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Chinese bid farewell to space lab Tiangong-1
2 April, 10:30
As Tiangong-1 re-entered the Earth's atmosphere on Monday, Chinese bid farewell to the experimental space lab, which is regarded as a pioneer of China's future space station.
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China imposes tariff on 128 items of U.S. imports
2 April, 10:07
China suspended tariff concessions on 128 items of U.S. products including pork and fruits starting Monday, according to the Ministry of Finance.
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2 astronauts complete 6-hour spacewalk outside Int'l Space Station
30 March, 09:51
Two NASA astronauts performed a 6-hour spacewalk Thursday outside the International Space Station, according to the United States space agency NASA.
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17 killed in minibus crash in eastern Turkey
30 March, 09:40
Seventeen undocumented migrants were killed and 36 injured when their minibus crashed into a light pole late Thursday in eastern Turkey, according to the province's governor.
The first Bioremediation Center opens in Bosnia and Herzegovina
29 March, 16:32
The Center for bioremediation of soil contaminated with oil and petroleum products opened today in Lukavac as the first plant of this kind in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, which will enable analyses of the soil and reduction of the amount of pollutants by using natural processes.
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China space laboratory expected to fall at month's end
29 March, 12:20
China's first space lab is expected to fall back to Earth between March 31 and April 4 and should burn up in the atmosphere, said China's space authorities.
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Two Koreas agree to hold summit April 27
29 March, 09:26
South and North Korea agreed Thursday to hold their third summit on April 27 as they seek to improve ties and ease tensions.
Tiger Ying. Photo: Canterbury Auction Galleries
Looted Chinese cultural relic to be auctioned in UK
28 March, 16:02
An extremely rare Chinese bronze tripod water vessel and cover, which was looted by British troops in 1860 from the Summer Palace, will be sold by the Canterbury Auction Galleries on April 11 for an estimated amount between 120,000 and 200,000 pounds ($170,000 - $285,000).
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Germania airline plane collides with Israel's El Al plane in on-ground accident
28 March, 14:46
A Germania airline plane collided Wednesday with an El Al plane in an on-ground accident in Ben Gurion Airport outside Tel Aviv.
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Chinese scientists develop fusion reactor components with 3D printing technology
28 March, 12:14
Chinese scientists have successfully created and tested a key component module for fusion reactors, using 3D printing.
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