Here Is Why China Is Looking For US’ F-35C Which Crashed In South China Sea

Here Is Why China Is Looking For US’ F-35C Which Crashed In South China Sea

After the US Navy confirmed that an F-35C Lightning II fighter aircraft suffered a landing mishap injuring seven sailors aboard the USS Carl Vinson, the hunt is on for finding its wreckage lying somewhere in the bottom of the South China Sea. The remnants of the F-35C Lightning II fighter jet is essential as it […]

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Beijing District Orders Mass Covid-19 Testing, Tightens Curbs Ahead of Winter Olympics

Beijing District Orders Mass Covid-19 Testing, Tightens Curbs Ahead of Winter Olympics

A man gets a swab for the COVID-19 test to meet traveling requirements at a mobile coronavirus testing facility outside a commercial office buildings in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022. (AP) The government told people in areas of the Chinese capital deemed at high risk for infection not to leave the city after 25 cases […]

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Beijing Tests 2 Million for Covid-19 as Winter Olympics Loom

Beijing Tests 2 Million for Covid-19 as Winter Olympics Loom

Beijing city officials on Sunday said all two million residents of a neighbourhood where they identified a small cluster of Covid-19 infections will be tested, less than two weeks ahead of the start of the Winter Olympics. The announcement came days after China’s postal service ordered workers to disinfect international deliveries after authorities claimed mail […]

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Beijing Met Air Quality Standards Set By Chinese Govt in 2021

Beijing Met Air Quality Standards Set By Chinese Govt in 2021

The Chinese capital Beijing met state air quality standards for the first time last year, officials said on Tuesday, following a concerted effort to cut coal consumption, reduce transportation emissions and relocate heavy industry. China declared war on pollution in 2014 after a series of hazardous smog build-ups in Beijing and elsewhere triggered widespread public […]

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