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TAIYUAN, July 25 (Xinhua): China sent a new high-resolution mapping satellite into space on Saturday from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in the northern province of Shanxi.
TAIYUAN, July 10 (Xinhua): Zhang Jiehui, a former legislator of north China's Hebei Province, was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Friday for taking bribes.
TAIYUAN, July 6 (Xinhua): After an "examinee" developed a cough and fever, the student, played by a staff member, was immediately taken to an isolated backup room and his papers, stationery and other articles were carefully sealed.
TAIYUAN, June 11 (Xinhua) -- China successfully sent an ocean observation satellite into orbit from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province on Thursday.
HONG KONG (Reuters): China on Monday (June 8) dropped Shanghai as one of the first ports of entry for international flights bound for the capital, Beijing, while four new cities were added to the list and Wuhan, where the coronavirus was first identified, will be a "backup".
BEIJING: While checking the ecological protection work on the Fenhe River in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, during his inspection tour, President Xi Jinping expressed his satisfaction with the tremendous changes made to the ecological environment along the river and stressed the importance of green development.
NEW YORK (AFP): The experimental Covid-19 treatment remdesivir has failed in its first randomised clinical trial, inadvertently released results showed Thursday (April 23), dampening expectations for the closely watched drug.
TAIYUAN (Xinhua): Steven Forster, a German teacher, felt that he had walked into the set of a disaster movie when returning to north China's Shanxi Province from his motherland in early February.
SHANGHAI: All international passengers to Beijing will be redirected to 12 designated entry points throughout China starting Monday, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) announced in an online notice on Sunday (March 22).
SHENZHEN, China/BEIJING (Reuters) - Packed onto a plane full of fellow Chinese students heading home from the United States, 20-year-old Harvard University undergraduate Roger Zhang wore goggles to ward off the coronavirus for hours until they became just too uncomfortable.