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Beijing swift to curb new COVID cases
The capital reported eight new confirmed cases as of 7 am on Sunday and added 36 new infections on Saturday, with the majority found in its southern Fengtai district but also affecting five other districts.
China opens $45 trillion financial market as US closes
China took a concrete step over the weekend to further open up its $45 trillion financial market to foreign investors.
0.08% of coronavirus cases in the UK came directly from China: study
The COVID-19 Genomics UK Consortium (COG-UK) published their analysis of the virus' spread in the UK, claiming that only 0.08 percent of infections came from China.
US disqualified from talking about human rights over sanctions against ICC
If the US has the least respect for human rights, it can't impose sanctions on the ICC to block the investigation into possible war crimes in Afghanistan involving US troops.
Woman believed to have contracted coronavirus one month before first confirmed case in UK
A British woman was found to have contracted COVID-19 after an antibody test -- presumably nearly a month before the first confirmed case in Britain.
Migrant worker develops fruit planting business, helps fellow villagers increase income
Migrant worker-turned-entrepreneur Tao Qiuyun is praised as a foregoer in shaking off poverty
Weining county in SW China's Guizhou develops industries to alleviate poverty
Weining Yi-Hui-Miao autonomous county is intensifying efforts to alleviate poverty by developing industries and relocating impoverished people from inhospitable areas.

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