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Chinaâ€™s second lunar probe entered the moonâ€™s orbit Saturday, three years after its first successful lunar probe launch, which remained in orbit for 16 months.
State media reported Tuesday that China is making final preparations to launch its second lunar probe, possibly as soon as Friday, when the country marks 61 years of communist rule.
Chinaâ€™s controversial Three Gorges dam project has displaced 1.27 million people, as the government continues with its development, according to a state media report.
Zimbabweâ€™s health minister has announced a national emergency resulting from a deadly cholera outbreak and called for international assistance.
Text of report in English by Belarusian privately-owned news agency Belapan Minsk, 10 September.
A giant panda in southwest China has given birth to a pair of twins, state media said, the latest additions in a baby boom for the endangered animals.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese man stabbed to death 10 people, including six children, in an attack on his wife's family before killing himself by drinking pesticide, state media said.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A month of sleepless nights and heavy drinking during the World Cup has caused a giant national hangover, state media reported on Wednesday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's first captive-bred giant panda to be released into the wild has been coping well in bamboo forests in the country's southwest, state media said on Monday.
By Haitham Haddadin KUWAIT (Reuters) - Powerful Islamist and reformist candidates swept Kuwait's elections but women failed to win a single seat in their first attempt to run for parliament, results showed on Friday.
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