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China’s Geely to set up 5,000 battery swapping stations by 2025

Metro USA 26 Sep 2021
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Geely aims to set up 5,000 battery swapping stations for electric vehicles (EV) ...
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World War II Bomb Suspends Elections at Several Stations in German Wuppertal - Officials

Urdu Point 26 Sep 2021
BERLIN (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 26th September, 2021) Authorities in the German city of Wuppertal, located in North Rhine-Westphalia, have called on people to abstain from voting at five polling stations due to a World War II bomb found in the area early on Sunday.
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Russia's Only Active Female Cosmonaut Could Set New Record For Duration of Space Stay

Urdu Point 26 Sep 2021
In May, the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center revealed that Kikina was going to fly to the International Space Station (ISS) in the fall of 2022 ... In November 2017, she took part in the international SIRIUS (Scientific International Research in Unique Terrestrial Station) project that studies the effects of isolation, simulating Moon missions.
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Openness, sci-tech cooperation key to overcoming global challenges

China Daily 26 Sep 2021
Speaking via video at the opening ceremony of the event, Chinese President Xi Jinping noted that nowadays profound changes unseen in a century are evolving rapidly in the world and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been far-reaching, posing severe challenges to the global economic recovery.
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Xinhua Commentary: Openness, sci-tech cooperation key to overcoming global challenges

Xinhua 26 Sep 2021
Speaking via video at the opening ceremony of the event, Chinese President Xi Jinping noted that nowadays profound changes unseen in a century are evolving rapidly in the world and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been far-reaching, posing severe challenges to the global economic recovery.
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Commentary: Openness, sci-tech cooperation key to overcoming global challenges

People Daily 26 Sep 2021
Speaking via video at the opening ceremony of the event, Chinese President Xi Jinping noted that nowadays profound changes unseen in a century are evolving rapidly in the world and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been far-reaching, posing severe challenges to the global economic recovery.
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L.A. police, fire agencies hotbeds of vaccine opposition — and coronavirus outbreaks

The Los Angeles Times 26 Sep 2021
The first workplace outbreak at a public safety agency was logged by the county on March 19, 2020, in relation to three coronavirus cases identified at the Los Angeles World Airports police station at Los Angeles International Airport, the data show ... the North Hollywood station.
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Saima first visually impaired diplomat to speak at UN

The News International 26 Sep 2021
Pakistan’s permanent mission for the United Nation’s counselor Ms Saima Saleem turned up the first visually impaired diplomat of the world who spoke to the world body on Saturday by using brail system of reading/ writing ... She wrote notes of her address on the brail system and sought permission to use it before the world body.
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World War II Bomb Suspends Elections at Several Stations in Wuppertal, Germany

Sputnik 26 Sep 2021
BERLIN (Sputnik) - Authorities in the German city of Wuppertal, located in North Rhine-Westphalia, have called on people to abstain from voting at five polling stations due to a World War II bomb found in the area early on 26 September ... .
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World ‘better place’ 25 years after nuclear test-ban treaty

Dawn 26 Sep 2021
“The only country to test this century is North Korea.” To ensure the absence of nuclear tests, the CTBTO, which operates with an annual budget of around 111 million euros ($130 million), has set up more than 300 monitoring stations around the world, which are capable of detecting the slightest explosion in real time.
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China rolls out initial blueprint for 6G: industry insiders

People Daily 26 Sep 2021
In particular, a globally unified standard for 6G should be advocated so that the world can avoid a fragmentation in 6G standards. Data shows that as of August 2021, China has built the world’s largest 5G mobile network, building 1.03 million 5G base stations, which accounted for more than 70 percent of the global total. (Web editor ... .
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Indus Delta vulnerable to climate change impacts: experts

The News International 26 Sep 2021
They said the decrease in the flow of Indus River water had led to reduction in sediment deposition, seawater intrusion, land use changes, sea level rise and disappearance of various deltaic fish species, adding these factors were putting one of the largest and precious deltaic ecosystems of the world at the risk of shrinking and degradation.
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AJK PM lauds Imran’s speech at UNGA

The News International 26 Sep 2021
MIRPUR ... More From National. Jirga blasts KP govt for failure to check dengue. PESHAWAR ... Dengue cases rising in KP as 743 test positive. PESHAWAR ... MANSEHRA ... RAWALPINDI ... WHO Country Head inspects corona vaccination centre at Pindi Railway Station ... World Health Organisation Country Head, Dr Palitha Mahipala and his team on Saturday visited Rawalpindi... Watch ... .
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‘Sharifs used politics for business’

The News International 26 Sep 2021
ISLAMABAD ... He said the PMLN provided Rs 29 billion subsidy on sugar during its five years rule. More From National. Jirga blasts KP govt for failure to check dengue ... WHO Country Head inspects corona vaccination centre at Pindi Railway Station ... World Health Organisation Country Head, Dr Palitha Mahipala and his team on Saturday visited Rawalpindi... .
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US condemns reported Taliban justice

The News International 26 Sep 2021
KABUL. The US State Department spokesperson Ned Price said the US strongly condemns the reported reinstatement of amputations and executions in Afghanistan ... PESHAWAR ... WHO Country Head inspects corona vaccination centre at Pindi Railway Station ... World Health Organisation Country Head, Dr Palitha Mahipala and his team on Saturday visited Rawalpindi... .
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