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    Sanmenxia Dam releases water into Yellow River
    World2019-07-10 13:17July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Sanmenxia Dam releases water into Yellow River

    South Korean leader denounces Japanese comments over sanctions
    World2019-07-10 13:15July 11 2019 08:45:26

    South Korean leader denounces Japanese comments over sanctions

    South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday criticized comments by Japanese officials who questioned the credibility of Seoul's sanctions against North Korea while justifying Tokyo's stricter controls on high-tech exports to South Korea.

    Former Argentine President Fernando de la Rua dies at 81
    World2019-07-10 09:01July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Former Argentine President Fernando de la Rua dies at 81

    Former Argentine President Fernando de la Rua on Tuesday died of heart and kidney failure, local press reported.

    European powers call for urgent meeting on Iran nuclear issue
    World2019-07-10 09:01July 11 2019 08:45:26

    European powers call for urgent meeting on Iran nuclear issue

    France, Germany, Britain and the EU High Representative on Tuesday expressed "deep concerns" over Iran's fresh move to raise the concentration of its enriched uranium beyond agreed limits, calling for an urgent meeting of a joint commission on the issue.

    U.S. to apply tariffs to Mexican fabricated steel imports
    World2019-07-09 13:17July 11 2019 08:45:26

    U.S. to apply tariffs to Mexican fabricated steel imports

    The U.S. Commerce Department announced Monday that it has decided to once again apply tariffs on fabricated steel imports from Mexico.

    Sentencing phase for Brendt Christensen starts
    World2019-07-09 08:50July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Sentencing phase for Brendt Christensen starts

    Sentencing phase for Brendt Christensen who has been ruled by a U.S. jury guilty of kidnapping and killing Chinese visiting scholar Zhang Yingying in 2017, started Monday afternoon at a federal courthouse in Peoria, U.S. state of Illinois.

    Step by step, Africa inches toward 'historic' free trade zone
    World2019-07-08 13:29July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Step by step, Africa inches toward 'historic' free trade zone

    The African Union (AU) launches the "operational phase" this weekend of a long-awaited trade accord, but analysts say the continent faces an uphill task to transform the pact into reality.

    Conservatives have strong mandate to change Greece, will deliver, says winner of general elections
    World2019-07-08 09:35July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Conservatives have strong mandate to change Greece, will deliver, says winner of general elections

    Greece's conservatives received a strong mandate from Greek people to change the country over the next four years and will deliver, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, leader of the main opposition conservative New Democracy (ND) party, said on Sunday evening.

    Colorful hot air balloons take over the skies in Turkey
    World2019-07-07 13:25July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Colorful hot air balloons take over the skies in Turkey

    Poll shows Boris Johnson on course for landslide win in race to become British PM
    World2019-07-07 13:22July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Poll shows Boris Johnson on course for landslide win in race to become British PM

    Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will win three quarters of the votes in a ballot to choose Britain's next prime minister, according to a new opinion poll on Saturday published in London by the Times newspaper.

    At least 20 injured in gas explosion at shopping center in U.S. state Florida
    World2019-07-07 13:11July 11 2019 08:45:26

    At least 20 injured in gas explosion at shopping center in U.S. state Florida

    At least 20 people were injured on Saturday in a gas explosion at a shopping center in Plantation, a city in southeastern U.S. state of Florida, local media reported.

    Venezuela urges UN to intervene against U.S. sanctions
    World2019-07-06 13:06July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Venezuela urges UN to intervene against U.S. sanctions

    Venezuela on Friday urged the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, to intervene against the U.S. trade and financial sanctions which are undermining Venezuela's economy.

    Iran should retaliate upon Britain's seizure of Iranian oil tanker: official
    World2019-07-06 10:33July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Iran should retaliate upon Britain's seizure of Iranian oil tanker: official

    A senior Iranian official said Friday that Iran should seize a British oil vessel in case London refuses to release the Iranian oil tanker, Press TV reported.

    Cambodian toddler eaten alive by crocodiles
    World2019-07-05 13:23July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Cambodian toddler eaten alive by crocodiles

    Rom Roath Neary was killed by crocodiles at her home in Siem Reap, the capital of Siem Reap Province in northwestern Cambodia, reported the Independent, a British online newspaper.

    6.4-magnitude earthquake hits Southern California, strongest in 20 years
    World2019-07-05 09:27July 11 2019 08:45:26

    6.4-magnitude earthquake hits Southern California, strongest in 20 years

    A 6.4-magnitude earthquake jolted 12 km southwest of Searles Valley in the U.S. state of California 17:33:48 GMT on Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said.

    Iranian president says Iran to increase purity of enriched uranium
    World2019-07-04 13:30July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Iranian president says Iran to increase purity of enriched uranium

    Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday that Iran will increase the percentage of its enriched uranium to higher purity in the coming days if the parties to the Iranian 2015 international nuclear deal fail to observe their commitments, Tasnim news agency reported.

    26 dead after boat sinks in Honduras
    World2019-07-04 09:30July 11 2019 08:45:26

    26 dead after boat sinks in Honduras

    At least 26 people are dead after their boat sank in the Caribbean waters off Honduras' eastern department of Gracias a Dios, the Armed Forces said on Wednesday.

    Judge denies request to delay sentencing phase in Chinese scholar slaying trial
    World2019-07-04 09:30July 11 2019 08:45:26

    Judge denies request to delay sentencing phase in Chinese scholar slaying trial

    U.S. District Judge James Shadid denied a defense request to delay the start of Brendt Christensen's sentencing.

    QR code introduced to Karl Marx Tomb in London for Chinese visitors
    World2019-07-03 13:13July 11 2019 08:45:26

    QR code introduced to Karl Marx Tomb in London for Chinese visitors

    A QR code in Chinese language for Karl Marx's tomb at London's Highgate Cemetery has been launched online by the China National Tourist Office in England.

    European powers urge Iran to reverse uranium enrichment decision
    World2019-07-03 09:17July 11 2019 08:45:26

    European powers urge Iran to reverse uranium enrichment decision

    Top diplomats from the European Union, France, Germany and the UK said on Tuesday that they are extremely concerned with Iran's exceeding of stockpile limit for low enriched uranium and urged Tehran to reverse course.

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