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FM Wang Yi briefs on Xi-Trump meeting, Finland state visit
China and the United States are two major countries with global influence, and the gravity of their relations is self-evident, said Wang as Xi wrapped up his U.S. trip on Saturday.
China's GDP likely to grow 6.8 percent in Q1: Goldman Sachs
China's economy is likely to remain solid in the first quarter of this year, growing 6.8 percent from a year earlier, Goldman Sachs forecast.
U.S. aircraft carrier strike group heads toward Korean Peninsula
The U.S. Carl Vinson Strike Group has departed from Singapore and sailed northward to the Western Pacific ocean near the Korean Peninsula, the United States Pacific Fleet Commander announced.
Two trains crash in western Moscow, 50 injured
A passenger train heading from Moscow to Belarus collided with another train Saturday at 10:16 p.m. local time when it made an emergency brake to avoid hitting pedestrians.
First trainload of Russian wheat arrives in China
A freight train fully loaded with Russian wheat arrived at Manzhouli land port in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Saturday.
Peking University to start enrollment for Oxford campus
China's prestigious Peking University will start staff recruitment and student enrollment for its British campus in the city of Oxford in June.


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