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    The US Africa Command (Africom) on Monday denied conducting air strikes against Al-Shabaab in southwest Somalia on Saturday in which more than 100 militants including 20 commanders were killed. Africom, which has in the past conducted counter-terrorism airstrikes against the terror group in Somalia, said its most recent strike in the Horn of Africa nation was conducted in January. "The US military did not conduct any kind of kinetic action in that area during the timeframe referenced. The most recent US strike in Somalia was conducted in January," Africom said in a statement. According to Africom, Washington routinely works with allies and partners in coordinated efforts to address regional security and stability matters. "We appreciate the Federal Government of Somalia partnership and its support in our collective efforts to address security and stability in the region. An example of this cooperation is the recent start of a logistics training program," it said. The US military said a few dozen troops from the 101st Airborne Division will conduct various security cooperation and security force assistance events in Somalia at the request of the Somalia government. "The objective of this particular train and equip mission is to improve the logistical capacity of the Somali National Army, and the focus will be on teaching basic logistics operations, which will allow Somalia forces to better fight Al-Shabaab," Africom said. The US soldiers will join the small number of US special operations forces already there providing counterterrorism support to local forces battling Al-Shabaab. Residents including security officers said on Saturday that the warplanes targeted the militants' hideouts in Wargaduud and El-Adde where some Kenyan soldiers were killed by the militants in January 2016. Among senior Al-Shabaab commanders killed in the Saturday's dawn attack are Abdirahman Fillow and Abdirahman Ben Dutie. The air strikes also destroyed two vehicles bound explosive devices (VBIED) at Wargaduud. Dutie is from Marehanrer Dalal section. The US maintains a small force unit of about 50 troops in Somalia mainly to advise and assist Somalia and AMISOM troops battling Al-Shabaab militants. Though they are not in Somalia to conduct combat operations, when called in, their helicopters, drones and manned aircraft are available for quick reaction air strikes.春秋彩票苹果版下载Nearly 70 percent of college students in China have suffered from sexual harassment, only less than 4 percent of the incidents were reported to college authorities or police, a report by a research institute said.Close to 90 percent of 6,592 respondents from 34 provinces expressed the need for sexual assault prevention education as two-thirds of them had been sexually offended, among which 75 percent were female and 35.3 percent male, according to a report released by the Guangzhou Gender and Sexuality Education Center on Wednesday.Over half of the offenses were carried out by schoolmates and 1 percent by teachers or officials, the report said, adding that the percentage and frequency of sexual assaults against the LGBT students were higher than that against the heterosexual students."The victims are usually in a passive position because the sexual assault ultimately is a result of power control. Some students chose not to report for fear that it would affect their graduation," Guo Jianmei, co-founder and director of the Women's Legal Research and Service Center, told the Global Times.。

    A group of Russian and Belarusian experts will carry out an observation flight on Russian An-30B jet over the territory of France, Russia's Defense Ministry said on its website on Tuesday. "Within the framework of the international Treaty on Open Skies, in a period from April 18 to April 22, Russian and Belarusian experts plan to carry out an observation flight over the territory of the French Republic from the Open Skies airfield Orleans Bricy," Sergei Ryzhkov, head of the ministry's Nuclear Risk Reduction Center, was quoted as saying. Ryzhkov said the flight will follow an agreed route. French experts will be on board to ensure the observation equipment will be used in compliance with the treaty. The observation flight, with a maximum range of up to 2,078 km, will promote openness and transparency of military activities, he added. The Treaty on Open Skies was signed on March 1992 and became one of the major confidence-building measures in Europe after the Cold War. It took effect in 2002 and currently has 34 state parties, including Russia and most members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).春秋彩票苹果版下载。

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    Robots with AI were the highlight of the China IT Summit in Shenzhen, South China’s Guangdong Province, on April 9. Photo: ICA video featuring hundreds of orange robots sorting packages, scuttling across a factory platform like an army of ants, went viral in China over the past week. The scenes were shot at a factory belonging to the delivery firm STO Express. "These robots can sort as many as 18,000 items in one hour," said one factory employee. "They also weigh the items, and plug themselves in to charge when their batteries are running low." The footage offers a glimpse into the future, as China has thrown its weight behind the application of artificial intelligence (AI) across all sectors. In March, Premier Li Keqiang presented the government work report to the Fifth Session of the 12th National People's Congress; AI was included for the first time. "We will accelerate R&D and commercialization of new materials, artificial intelligence [...] and develop industrial clusters in these fields," the report read. "It's good news for AI companies and researchers," said Liu Qingfeng, chairman of iFlytek, which is known for its voice recognition products. "More and more excellent startup AI companies will emerge, and more private funding will [flow to] the AI market," he added. Wheels in motionIn fact, the wheels of AI development were already in motion before the government gave the sector its seal of approval. On March 3, just days before Li presented the work report, Internet giant Baidu received approval from the National Development and Reform Commission to establish a national deep learning technology lab. This project is set to vastly improve research into and the application of deep learning and AI. In November 2016, Baidu partnered with telecom company China Unicom to explore the application of AI in online and offline services. Lu Qi, group president and COO of Baidu, said it was an honor for the company to play an active role in a nationally important sector. Tencent is also expanding its portfolio to include AI. Through its acquisition of a five percent stake in Tesla in late March, it seems to have upped the ante and established itself as a player in the area of self-driving cars. Despite the brouhaha surrounding a future filled with AI, some people are discouraged by the prospect of tomorrow's world. Many members of the public have aired their grievances. One Weibo user, "Sally," said that the shift toward automation was to blame for rising unemployment. Another user, "Cjhwjw," questioned the effectiveness of the STO Express robots, pointing out that human workers are still needed to place the packages onto the robots. Associated painsAnother area where people have mixed views about AI is its application to popular games, such as Go. On Monday, it was confirmed by the Chinese Weiqi (Go) Association that Ke Jie, the current number-one professional go player in the world, will take on AlphaGo, Google's AI program, in May. The news was met by a mixed response by AI enthusiasts and Go lovers, many of whom were still sore about AlphaGo's 4-1 victory over South Korean master Lee Se-dol in March 2016. Despite the concerns, Jack Ma, chairman of the Alibaba Group, which has also invested in AI, was quick to dismiss any potential "threat" from AI. "It's not surprising that AI does some things better than we do," Ma said at the China IT Summit in Shenzhen on April 9. "If someday AI does something we've never done, that will be something notable." "People tend to underestimate the impact of technology in the long term, while overestimating the impact in short term," according to Zhang Yaqin, president of Baidu. Zhang spoke about the "hype and frenzy" surrounding AI, the concerns about where AI was headed, and if our lives would change drastically in a short amount of time. "It takes time and patience," Zhang said about the development and application of AI into our everyday lives. His sentiment resonated with Tan Tieniu, vice president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. "People are expecting too much at the moment," he said. "Companies should focus on discovering more fields for AI to thrive within, rather than blindly investing." Overall, most practitioners were upbeat. "The Internet is just an appetizer," said Robin Li, chairman of Baidu. "The main course will be AI." "In five to ten years, AI will be as common as water and electricity, and used in almost all industries," Liu Qingfeng said. As for concerns that AI might replace humans, Zhang Yaqin was optimistic. "After each of the industrial revolutions, there were always the associated 'pains,'" Zhang said. "But, overall, [these shifts] actually created more jobs, and made humans more productive." XinhuaNewspaper headline: Stepping into tomorrowlandChina's top discipline watchdog said Tuesday that 85,000 officials had been punished during the first quarter of 2017, including 14 at the provincial level, as part of the country's sweeping anti-graft campaign. Aside from the 14 officials, more than 400 others on the prefecture level and more than 3,500 on the county level were punished, according to Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China (CPC). Some 12,000 were dismissed for serious discipline violations, while over 10,000 were investigated for violations of laws and disciplines, CCDI said.In a separate article published on Tuesday, CCDI said many corrupt officials have extravagant tastes, with some believing it is "elegant" to drink Lafite, China's most popular premium wine brand, which costs around 40,000 yuan ($5,810) a bottle, or Moutai, the top Chinese liquor, which costs over 1,000 yuan a bottle. Some officials have been known to consume up to 300,000 yuan worth of Moutai in one sitting.More than 1 million people have been punished for violating disciplines of the CPC and the government since the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012, the Xinhua News Agency reported.。

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    A 5.7-magnitude earthquake hit the sea area off the northeast of Taiwan at about 3:41 am. Friday Beijing Time, according to Taiwan meteorological authority. It also said the epicenter was at a depth of about 177 km, monitored at 25.16 degrees north latitude and 122.33 degrees east longitude. No casualties have been reported yet.春秋彩票苹果版下载China's boss of table tennis Liu Guoliang said Sunday that it's not a bad thing to suffer a big blow from arch-rival Japan more than three years ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games. The head coach of the sport's all-time leading powerhouses was shocked at his first sight of Japanese teenager Miu Hirano who beat three top-ranked Chinese to claim a sensational victory of the women's singles at the Asian Table Tennis Championships. "She's much better than I had imagined," said Liu, a Grand Slam winner himself in his career as a player, on the conclusion of the continental tournament. "When she came out the winner of last year's World Cup, I thought maybe she took advantage of the absence of the Chinese women paddlers. "However, I changed my mind when I saw her play here, firstly in the women's team event. She's strong enough technically and mentally, and capable of beating any one in the world," added Liu. Hirano, who just turned 17 years old on Friday, stunned China's world No. 1 Ding Ning 3-2 in the quarterfinals before accounting for second-ranked Zhu Yuling 3-0 and finally seeing off world No. 5 Chen Meng, also 3-0, to smash the Chinese dominance of the tournament. "She's so young and has so many possibilities in the future," said Liu. "That makes her success more intimidating to our women's team." Moreover, the harsh challenge has been posed to China's male paddlers as well as their women's counterparts. Top seed Ma Long was shocked out by the Chinese-born South Korean Jeong Sang Eun at the round of 32, and leading pen-holder Xu Xin lost to Japanese Koki Niwa in the quarterfinals. In Liu's opinion, the difficulties that China faced in these Asian championships reflected the changes of table tennis world map in recent years. "It's not just recently that Japan wants to beat China," he said. "By the end of the day, their efforts finally worked out." The head coach, however, refused to stand all by the Japan's side. "We do need to learn from the other associations, including the Japanese, who do an excellent job on youth training," Liu said. "But one failure should not lead to the whole denial to our own team." "It's just an alarm from the opponents that warning us to be more aggressive and creative. "I think it's a good thing to have competitors who can pose real challenges, which makes our sport more competitive and more healthy," he added.Konggar Airport in Tibet, one of the highest-altitude airports in China, was able to accommodate a Tibet Airlines wide-body Airbus 330 aircraft overnight for the first time, the airline announced Wednesday. The 3,600-meter-high airport in Lhasa was able to accommodate the plane after the airline's technicians solved the problem of re-starting the aircraft's engine in a low air pressure environment after an overnight stay. A new oxygen diffusion device has been designed to increase air supply during the engine ignition process, the airline said. High-altitude airports (over 2,438 meters above sea levels) pose safety issues for pilots as low air pressure affects flight performance. All five airports in Tibet are classified as such.。




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