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BEIJING: China Tiesiju Civil Engineering Group (CTCE), a state-owned construction behemoth, used the country’s first intelligent track-laying facilities to lay a pair of 500-m-long ballast-free track segments for a 38.24 billion yuan (US$5.92bil or RM24.7bil), 246.6-km high-speed railway line.
The grave epidemic situation in India, the world's largest vaccine producer, the WHO's approval of Chinese vaccines for emergency use, lingering questions on whether the US can really deliver its promise to provide vaccines to the world, all these have led to a widely acknowledged situation that China could be a much more reliable global vaccine supplier, especially as domestic vaccine producers vowed to ramp up production to meet domestic immunity targets and overseas demand.
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Hostilities between Israel and Hamas escalated on Tuesday, raising the death toll in two days to 32 Palestinians and three people in Israel, with Israel carrying out multiple air strikes in Gaza and the militant group firing rockets at Tel Aviv.
MRC’s focus on closing ecosystem gaps vital for sustainability
BEIJING, May 10, CGTN - China will be true to its word and continues to promote the fair access of COVID-19 vaccines in developing countries, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said on Monday.
SHANGHAI (Reuters): Remnants of China's largest rocket launched last week are expected to plunge back through the atmosphere late on Saturday or early on Sunday, European and US tracking centres said on Saturday (May 8).
We face a situation in which the world’s urgent needs are pitted against the narrow corporate interests of a few companies.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Remnants of China's largest rocket launched last week are expected to plunge back through the atmosphere late Saturday or early Sunday, a U.S. federally funded space-focused research and development centre said.
CHENNAI (Reuters) -India on Saturday reported its highest ever single-day COVID-19 death toll, as cases continued to rise and states imposed stricter lockdowns.