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Xi confers honor on PLA unit in Hong Kong

President Xi Jinping recently signed an order to confer an honorary title on a special military unit stationed in Hong Kong ahead of the upcoming 20th anniversary of the city’s return to the motherland.

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Xi: Deep sadness for Manchester

President Xi Jinping was among world leaders who sent condolences to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II after the deadly explosion in Manchester that killed 22, in addition to the suicide bomber, and injured 59.

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Museum adds thousands of artifacts

The Palace Museum in Beijing, also known as the Forbidden City, said on Wednesday it has added about 55,000 cultural artifacts to its inventory, some found in storage and others uncovered while renovating a kitchen.

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Public to give police tipoffs via new app

Beijing police have launched a whistleblower app for members of the public to report tipoffs about crimes and help maintain public security.

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Foreign field will forever be home

Final preparations are underway for a project that will restore the graves of five Chinese sailors who died in the 1880s in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, a city in northeastern England.

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Xi first top Chinese leader at Davos

Fighting trade protectionism, anti-globalization and boosting confidence in the Chinese economy will be high on President Xi Jinping’s agenda as he becomes the first top Chinese leader to attend the World Economic Forum next week.

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