Opening ceremony of HK Youth Military Summer Camp kicks off
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Opening ceremony of HK Youth Military Summer Camp kicks off

A military summer camp organized by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Hong Kong Garrison…

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Typhoon Chan-Hom weakens, causing economic losses
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Typhoon Chan-Hom weakens, causing economic losses

Chan-Hom, the ninth typhoon this year, made landfall on Saturday in Zhujiajian Township in the…

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China H1 foreign trade drops 6.9 pct
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China H1 foreign trade drops 6.9 pct

Official data on Monday showed China’s foreign trade dropped 6.9 percent year on year to…

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Yemen: fresh fighting breaks ceasefire
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Yemen: fresh fighting breaks ceasefire

A week-long ceasefire in Yemen announced by UN last Thursday was broken with fresh airstrikes…

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Drought lingers in Thailand, water supplies strained
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Drought lingers in Thailand, water supplies strained

Thailand is currently suffering from severe drought despite a continuous nationwide campaign of artificial rain-making.…

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Could Greece leave the eurozone for five years?
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Could Greece leave the eurozone for five years?

The marathon summit which gathered the leaders of 19 eurozone member countries continues in Brussels.…

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Pandas survive on bamboo diet by being lazy: study
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Pandas survive on bamboo diet by being lazy: study

A new study shows giant pandas can survive despite having a poor diet by minimizing…

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Mexican drug lord Guzman made second jailbreak
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Mexican drug lord Guzman made second jailbreak

Mexico’s most notorious drug trafficker, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera, escaped from a maximum security…

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Panama embraces first ever Chinese-style dragon boat race
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Panama embraces first ever Chinese-style dragon boat race

Twenty-four teams, each of 12 competitors in categories of male, female and mixed, Sunday participated…

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Vancouver celebrates Latin American food, music and dance
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Vancouver celebrates Latin American food, music and dance

Vancouver celebrates Latin American food, music and dance this weekend at a downtown carnival. The…

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