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    Vatican's deal with China as a "capitulation" after news broke out last week that the Vatican had asked two underground bishops to stand aside and make way to government-backed bishops.Massimo Faggioli, Professor of Historical Theology at the Villanova University, said the recent controversy注册送199元现金可提现Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah Party announced Sunday the names of the newly elected members of the party's central committee and the revolutionary council. Abdullah al-Ifranji, a senior Fatah official and former member of the party's central committee, announced that 18 new members of the committee and 80 new members of the revolutionary council had been elected. He also said three additional members were named as eternal members of the central committee which has 22 members in total, including President Abbas who was re-elected by the congress as the party chairman. "We present this success to the spirit of late leader Yasser Arafat who is buried a few meters from this congress and to our people who struggle and will keep struggling until gaining our freedom and our independence," President Abbas told the congress. The five-day Fatah congress, attended by 1,320 members out of 1,411, kicked off on Tuesday at the Abbas headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah.It is the second congress of the party that is held in the Palestinian territories since the establishment of the Palestinian National Authority in 1994. The first congress was held in 2009 in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.。

    South Koreans kicked off the sixth weekend rally on Saturday after President Park Geun-hye issued her third address to the nation earlier this week over a scandal involving herself and her longtime confidante. Hundreds of thousands of people gathered around the Gwanghwamun Square in central Seoul, just a km away from the presidential Blue House where Park's office and residence are located. The official function was organized for the sixth straight Saturdays by an association to force the scandal-hit president from office, which is composed of around 1,500 civic groups. The main roads and streets were transformed into a strip of "grand square," which was stretched between the Gwanghwamun Square and the Seoul Plaza in front of the Seoul City Hall. Before the official event, a crocodile of some 400,000 protesters marched up to 100 meters from the presidential office for about two hours as a Seoul court allowed it. Last Saturday, the march was restricted to 200 meters. They surrounded Park's office in three sides, forming a so-called "human chain." People shouted for the president's immediate departure from office, wanting their infuriated yells to reach the leader. A lights-out event is to be held for a minute. It is aimed to encourage people watching the rallies on TV to indirectly participate in the outside protest by turning off lights in offices or apartments. People were angered further after Park's national address earlier this week. Park admitted to no wrongdoing, saying she had never pursed personal gains "for a flash" in about four years in office. Prosecutors branded Park as a criminal accomplice to Choi Soon-sil, Park's decades-long friend who was charged with multiple counts including abuse of power and extortion. The ball of decision on Park's fate was thrown in parliamentary court as the president demanded a legal procedure and schedule for her orderly departure. A faction of the ruling party, which is not loyal to Park, had agreed to impeach Park, but its position changed after her third public speech. Most of the anti-Park faction members reportedly said if Park accepts a Saenuri-proposed timeline of resigning by next April and holding a presidential election two months later, they will not vote on the impeachment motion. Opposition and independent lawmakers handed in the bill to impeach Park early Saturday, heralding a vote on it next Friday. To overcome the two-thirds threshold necessary for the passage through the National Assembly, at least 28 Saenuri members must join the impeachment move. About 20,000 protesters gathered earlier in the day in front of the Saenuri Party headquarters located near the unicameral assembly. They shouted for the party's dissolution and Park's impeachment.注册送199元现金可提现。

    Housing in Shanghai is not just shelter. It is also a threshold for getting marriage, a factor in children's schooling qualifications, and, now, a reason to get divorced. Clothes, food, shelter and transportation have long been regarded as the four basic necessities of human life. But our ancestors would never have imagined that shelter would someday become the most unobtainable necessity of them all. Because of the gross imbalance of supply and demand in over-populated urban centers across China, the local housing market has been continuously rising for the past 15 consecutive years.While many Chinese residents struggle to make even their first down payment on their first-ever apartment, others have more than enough wealth and privilege to take advantage of securing a second or third apartment, often with no intention of actually living in it.The latter are regarded by the less-fortunate as the primary reason why housing prices have skyrocketed. Adding insult to injury, a policy loophole that allows divorced couples to purchase additional property - and at a lower tax rate - is being viewed by lower-class married couples as the ultimate betrayal of both the institution of marriage and the taxation system itself, which was meant to benefit society as a whole, not just elite families.Despite their financial ability to purchase more than one apartment in one of Asia's most expensive cities, in fact many of these couples have been placed under extreme emotional turmoil due to the duress of having to make such a life-changing, stressful and risky decision.The Global Times recently spoke with four such families in Shanghai who divorced just to become qualified for a less costly second or third apartment.,,andEarly Sunday morning a shuttle bus driving nearly 100 passengers on the tarmac of Pudong International Airport to flight MU5521 of China Eastern Airlines suddenly jammed on its emergency brakes to dodge an airplane, thepaper.cn reported.Photos circulating online show some injured passengers on the floor of the bus. One passenger was seriously hurt, and an employee from the airport confirmed to media that they immediately dispatched an ambulance to take the injured to a nearby hospital.MU5511 was set to take off at 10:10 pm on Saturday but was delayed until 12:55 am Sunday morning for unspecified reasons. At the time of reporting it is still unclear if the airplane was stationary or in transit.An employee from China Eastern Airlines said that the shuttle bus belonged to the airline itself and that the cause of the near-collision is still under investigation.。

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    A sculpture on the banks of the Huangpu River allegedly plagiarized British artist Wendy Taylor's well-known 1973 Timepiece alongside London's Tower Bridge.A Chinese news agency paid a visit to this controversial sculpture, which looks almost identical to the one in London, and found that the Shanghai version has no introduction about its creator, who funded it, or the year it was installed.Zheng Jiashi, an art expert from a local sculpture commission, said that Shanghai attaches great importance to intellectual property protection; if the sculpture is officially confirmed as an act of plagiarism, it will be removed.According to British newspaper The Independent, Taylor was "shocked" to be sent a photo of "her sculpture" in Shanghai.Taylor said that at first she thought the imaged was Photoshopped, but later she confirmed that it was a real photo and the sculpture in Shanghai is also real.The European Commission announced on Wednesday a further increase of humanitarian aid budget in supporting education projects in emergency situations around the world. The increase from 4 percent in 2016 to 6 percent in 2017 of the humanitarian aid budget, puts the Commission well ahead of the global average, said the EU executive arm in a statement. "Education is not a privilege, education is a right. It is one of our top priorities in our humanitarian aid programs, from the Middle East to Africa and beyond," said Christos Stylianides, Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management. "Our aim is to enable access to quality education in a safe learning environment for vulnerable children caught in situations of emergency," said Stylianides. The percentage of EU humanitarian support allocated to education in emergencies support is now six times higher than it was in 2014. The aid will be channeled through non-governmental organisations (NGOs), UN agencies and international organisations to reach the most vulnerable. About 75 million children living in crisis-affected countries and forced displacement lack access to quality education.。

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    Beijing prosecutors recommend Tuesday the filing of dereliction of duty charges against five police officers in connection with the death of a man during a raid at a foot massage parlor in May.The death of Lei Yang, a young man who died in police custody during a raid on a foot massage parlor in Beijing's Changping district in May, triggered public outcry and raised suspicions of police brutality and abuse of power.The Fourth People's Procuratorate of Beijing Municipality completed its investigation of the five suspects for dereliction of duty and transferred them to public prosecution departments for review, four of whom were granted bail, the People's Procuratorate of Beijing Municipality announced on its official Sina Weibo account on Tuesday.Prosecutors said an officer surnamed Xing, who is the deputy head of the Dongxiaokou police station in Changping, and an auxiliary officer surnamed Zhou should take primary responsibility for the tragedy.Lei, a 29-year-old Beijing resident and father of a new born baby, died when he was detained during a raid on a foot massage parlor suspected of being a brothel.Beijing prosecutors said he died from choking on his own vomit.Changping police claimed in May that Lei had violently resisted arrest and tried to escape even after being placed in a police car, so the officers had to use "coercive restraint measures" to control him. He suddenly fell ill and was proclaimed dead after police rushed him to a hospital.注册送199元现金可提现Illustration: Chen Xia/GTWhere I come from, there is a common assertion that "only children" are spoiled. At school and generally in society, we all automatically diagnose only children as fawned over by their parents.With no restrictions in England on how many children we can have, it's quite rare to hear of someone without siblings. For this reason, we assume that only children get their own way, everything they want and are less inclined to share.Although China's one-child policy, implemented in 1979, officially ended this year, Chinese children for decades and generations to come will be perceived with the "spoiled" stigma.My thoughts on this topic were sparked when I taught the topic of family in my class a few weeks ago. After teaching them the English words for sister, brother, father, grandmother etc., I asked: "How many siblings do you have?" None did.This immediately made me contemplate that, with the common norm being one child, just one type of identity might be forming in Chinese society.This June, Mail Online reported on the high divorce rates in China, a first for the traditional-minded nation. A Shanghai-based family solicitor was quoted as saying: "Only children have weaker tolerance. They also rely on their parents on finance. This is one of the reasons of the high divorce rate."This leads us to ask: is spoiling your only child having adverse negative effects on them as well as society as a whole?On quora.com, user Fei Feiwang states that "most spoiled kids ... reported in the newspapers are most likely from the big cities and from middle class or rich families."This problem is particularly prevalent and of concern in Shanghai, due to it being China's biggest city. Shanghai consists of many wealthy and middle-class families who can afford to give their children everything they demand.And due to the natural tendency to want to give one's child the best of everything, these parents are also sparing no expense on the most elite schools.It seems that Chinese culture provokes parents into spoiling their kids. With elders being highly respected in society and so often living with their adult children and grandchildren, this leads to what has been described as the "4-2-1 syndrome," whereby four grandparents and two parents are pouring all their collective attention onto one single child.Perhaps having just one child, rather than many, leads to this intense kind of love. All your paternal/maternal feelings are given to this beautiful life you created together.Contrastingly, I come from a family with four siblings. I grew up having to share and compete for everything, and as a result was often treated unequally - but also taught to earn what we were given.For my parents, I'm sure it was difficult for them to spread their love completely equally. I also had hundreds of cousins, which, as chaotic as that was, admittedly provided for my better social development.It seems that Chinese children who don't have siblings and were not brought up to share will always expect to get what they want.Sing Lay in her book Chinese Child & Adolescent Development asks the reader "how can children growing up without siblings learn to cooperate, share and treat their fellow citizens as brothers and sisters?"Lay goes on to ask "how can a generation of single children be taught to be socially responsible, to survive in a society based on the principles of socialist collectivity, selflessness and comradeship?"These are interesting, valid and important questions to impose on the parents of China.I feel it could become a major problem for the next generation of Chinese youth, who are unused to socializing, sharing, working together as a team or demonstrating compassion to others.China is considered a socialist country; aren't these qualities needed here? Especially in Shanghai, one of the most "capitalist" of all cities in the world.The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Global Times.Thailand's parliament on Tuesday invited Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn to become the next king, resolving lingering anxiety over his accession following his father's death last month.The country has been plunged into mourning since widely revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej died on 13 October, ending a remarkable seven-decade reign and removing a key pillar of unity in a bitterly divided nation. Tuesday's move ends a period of uncertainty sparked by the junta making the surprise announcement after Bhumibol's death that the prince had asked to delay his official proclamation so he could mourn."I will invite the Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn to succeed to the throne and become king of the Thai people," Pornpetch Wichitcholchai, head of the rubber stamp National Legislative Assembly said. Lawmakers then stood up and replied: "Long live the king."The parliamentary endorsement came after Thailand's cabinet officially submitted Vajiralongkorn's name earlier in the day.Prawit Wongsuwan, deputy prime minister and the junta's No. 2, said the prince's ascension was "proceeding step-by-step" according to the country's arcane succession rules.According to protocol, the assembly speaker will now seek a royal audience with the prince to invite him to ascend the throne, the last step before being proclaimed the new monarch.Prawit said that would likely happen "either tomorrow or the day after." Vajiralongkorn, 64, has been the named successor to Bhumibol for more than four decades.He spends much of his time outside the kingdom, particularly in southern Germany where he owns property. A military source told AFP the prince was still currently in Germany.He will soon inherit one of the world's richest monarchies, an institution protected by a tough royal defamation law.That law makes open discussion about the royal family's role all but impossible inside the kingdom and convictions have skyrocketed since generals seized power in 2014.Officially Thailand's monarch has limited constitutional power.But over his seven-decade reign, Bhumibol built up a powerful network of alliances, especially within Thailand's military elite, and forged a reputation as an arbiter in times of crisis.Thailand's last decade has seen a cycle of political protests, coups by an arch-royalist military while inequality has deepened.。




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