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Terror attacks down, but attempts remain high, study finds

China has seen a decline in violent terrorist acts, thanks to tougher security measures, but the country still faces grim terror threats because the number of attempted attacks remains high, senior security experts said on Monday.

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Student safety is goal of consulate competition

A competition on safety knowledge will be held by the Chinese consulate general in San Francisco to raise the safety awareness among overseas Chinese students in the San Francisco consular district.

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Study finds diabetes-cancer link

Diabetes and cancer share many risk factors, and a new study reveals that Asians with Type 2 diabetes have a 26 percent higher chance of dying from cancer and a risk of death from specific cancers that can be even greater.

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Economic data point to further growth

China released upbeat macroeconomic data on Tuesday indicating that the economy remained on solid footing at the start of the year, and analysts said the trend will continue through the year.

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Courts act to improve protection of rights

China’s judicial authorities will continue efforts to correct wrongful verdicts this year and take comprehensive measures to protect citizens’ personal and property rights, two senior judicial officials said on Sunday.

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Stealth fighter soon powered by local engines

A domestically developed engine will soon power the nation’s latest stealth fighter jet, according to a senior scientist working for Aero Engine Corp of China.

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