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Travel rush begins as eight-day holiday arrives
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1:00:21China's rail and air transportation networks have made preparations for the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays (2:38). Half of the residents in Nagorno-Karaakh have left the region (11:23). And China's Chang'e-6 lunar mission is set for launch in the coming months (18:13).
High speed railway creates golden tourism belt
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1:00:05A high-speed rail line in Fujian Province connects several key coastal cities in the eastern Province. (08:04) Azerbaijan has arrested a former Armenian leader in Nagorno-Karabakh.(10:01) And the French ambassador is back in Paris from Niger.(18:31)
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First Saudi envoy meets Abbas in West Bank
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59:16The first Saudi ambassador has arrived in the West Bank and met with the Palestinian president (02:35). A New York judge has found Donald Trump liable for fraud (14:07). And a 13-year-old skateboarder has become China's youngest gold medalist at the Asian Games (47:56).
China solid contributor to Global Community of Shared Future: white paper
58:48China has detailed its efforts in building a Global Community with a Shared Future in a white paper (02:38). The United States has recognized two Pacific Island nations as independent states (10:01). And two Ukrainian grain vessels have arrived in Turkiye via a new Black Sea route (11:58).
Thai PM welcomes Chinese tourists under visa free scheme
1:00:19The first group of Chinese tourists is in Thailand following a new visa waiver (20:08). Residents are leaving Nagorno-Karabakh as leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan prepare to meet in Spain to discuss peace (02:38). And NASA's first asteroid sample fetched from deep space has landed on Earth (36:19).
"Tiangong Class" experiments in orbit involve fire, water
1:00:31Senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi has met Russian President Vladimir Putin before concluding a visit to Russia.(09:28) Azerbaijan and Armenia have reached a ceasefire deal over fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh.(11:59) And China's Shenzhou-16 crew has offered a science class from the Tiangong Space Station.(20:49)
World becoming unhinged: UN chief
1:00:19The UN chief is calling for united action to tackle global challenges (02:38). India has expelled a Canadian diplomat in an escalation of a row over the killing of an alleged separatist leader (11:57). And conflict has flared again in Nagorno-Karabakh (35:30).
Chinese VP meets Guterres, Blinken in New York
1:00:18China's vice president has reiterated the country's commitment to supporting world peace and development, and the hope that the U.S. will take action to improve ties (02:35). Iran and the U.S. have exchanged prisoners following the release of frozen Iranian funds (11:30). And early action is underway at the Hangzhou Asian Games (48:20).
China marks 92 years since September 18 Incident
58:20China commemorates the 92nd anniversary of the incident that marked the beginning of the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (19:51). Deals worth 480 billion yuan in investment have been signed at the China-ASEAN Expo (01:40). And New York's Climate Week has begun with protests demanding a ban on fossil fuels (17:49).