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Egyptian Culture Minister Helmy el Namnam urged Monday the need to recover the Arab documents looted in the past, state-owned Middle East News Agency (MENA) reported. His remarks came at an annual celebration of Arab Document Day held at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, the capital of Egypt. "A country without documents is a country without memory, history and rights," MENA quoted him as saying. "There are documents in Arab countries that were subjected to theft and looting," he said. The minister also urged the Arab League to intensify efforts to preserve Arab documents which represent the history and heritage of the Arab world. Western countries seized thousands of documents and archives when they colonized Arab countries in the last century.加拿大28公众号登录Samsung Vietnam will maintain its current staff numbers and its exports target in 2016 despite the parent company scrapping its flagship Galaxy Note 7 phone following a series of battery fires. Samsung Electronics finally pulled the plug on the new Note 7 phone on Tuesday, less than two months after its launch, dealing a huge blow to the business as a result of unresolved safety concerns, local media reported Thursday. However, Samsung Vietnam, which employs around 110,000 people in Vietnam, said it has no plan to lay off employees in 2016 as a result of the parent company's crisis. The company predicted the value of its exports would grow further compared to that of 32.7 billion US dollars in 2015. "The Note 7 incident may not bring about any significant impact on our exports in 2016. In fact, this year's exports turnover is expected to increase," Samsung Vietnam said in a statement. Samsung is a major investor in Vietnam. Several Samsung phone factories in Vietnam have combined investments of about 7.5 billion US dollars. Phones exports are significant to Vietnam's exports, with the value of 2015 shipments up by 27.8 percent year-on-year at 30.17 billion US dollars, accounting for 19 percent of the country's total exports, according to Vietnam Customs. In the first nine months of this year, Vietnam's phone shipments increased by an estimated 8.6 percent on the same period last year to 24.96 billion US dollars. The value of exports from Samsung's factories in Vietnam's northern Thai Nguyen and Bac Ninh provinces could rise to 34.7 billion US dollars this year, making up about one fifth of Vietnam's total exports, Nguyen Mai, president of Vietnam's Association of Foreign Invested Enterprises told Tuoi Tre (Youth) online newspaper on Thursday.。

Helena is no longer a young Athenian lady in Shakespeare's famous comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream but a modern Shanghainese who lives under great pressure from her family for being a single "leftover" woman in the new theater production named The Dreamer, co-made by Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre and UK's Gecko physical theatre company. To commemorate the 400th death anniversary of both Shakespeare and Chinese opera writer Tang Xianzu, The Dreamer takes inspiration from the two's classical works - A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Peony Pavilion - to narrate a brand-new story of a female's fantasy and struggle in love through physical theater.。,。,。,。,。加拿大28公众号登录。

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Talks between foreign ministers from the United States, Russia, Turkey, Iran, Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iraq came to a close Saturday evening without any of the delegations suggesting that a breakthrough had been reached on how to tackle the Syrian crisis. Together with high-level diplomats from key regional partners, US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov convened in the Swiss city of Lausanne for more than four hours in a bid to resolve the long-standing civil war which has been raging since 2011. A number of bilateral meetings between officials reportedly took place before discussions, which also included the UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura, kicked off in mid-afternoon. This multilateral framework is seen as a different approach to solving the war pitching forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad against rebel factions seeking to oust him. The US mission to UN at Geneva said that the purpose for Kerry's Swiss trip this time was to meet with foreign ministers from key regional partners to discuss a multilateral approach to resolving the crisis in Syria, including a sustained cessation of violence and the resumption of humanitarian aid. Taking place in a luxurious lakeside hotel, the high-level discussions also come against the backdrop of failed bilateral efforts between the United States and Russia. A short-lived ceasefire was brokered last month by Kerry and Lavrov after lengthy talks in Geneva.The idea was to emulate a similar truce brokered in February this year which enabled critical relief operations to reach civilians in need. Coming into effect on Sept. 12, last month's cessation of hostilities, which lasted barely a week, was integral to a broader agreement between both powers, and was meant to enable aid to reach those trapped in hard-to-reach and besieged areas. September's agreement was furthermore hoped to catalyse enhanced military cooperation between both countries and renew momentum towards resuming talks seeking to end the crisis which has killed hundreds of thousands of people and displaced millions more. Washington suspended negotiations with Russia on restoring a ceasefire in Syria on Oct. 3 after blaming Moscow for its alleged military role in attacks on the Syrian city of Aleppo, dealing a severe blow to efforts seeking to rekindle UN-mediated intra-Syrian talks which have been on hold since April. These talks, which are guided by UN Security Council resolutions, are seen by many as the only way to end the conflict. Kerry is scheduled to meet with more international partners in London on Sunday to further discuss a multilateral approach to resolve the Syrian conflict.立了种长效固定周期的福利机制,推福利+直播创新模式,进步满足用户娱乐化求到2017年,360手机助手更是推出主打性分发的70正式版,结合大数和用户的年龄、别等个性化要素,更有针对地读懂不同特色用户的需求,为不同用户群体智能推荐最合的。过性化分发模式3。

Iran commenced a large-scale three-day aerial drill in the central province of Isfahan on Monday, reported Press TV. The drill purpose is showcasing the prowess of Iran's air force in protecting the country. "The drills showcase only a fraction of the Air Force's capability in preserving and defending Iran's skies," said the drill spokesman, Brig. Gen. Massoud Rouzkhosh, as the military exercises started in the region of Anarak in Isfahan. The drills include bombers, interceptors, reconnaissance planes, refueling and transport aircraft as well as unmanned aerial vehicles. According to the report, the drills also employ a wide range of projectiles, including smart bombs and laser-guided missiles. Iran holds annual drills to enhance its capabilities in defending the country in the event of any threats.年,杨紫、李沁小宋佳就曾9新年红手机带入到己的街拍穿搭,喜庆独具色彩的红色,受到时尚女魔头苏芒和众星的纷纷推荐,成为当时最炙手红遍时尚圈的手机品杨、宋佳李沁与9新年今年9清新绿限量版手机,凭借极具春天感的时尚,助力陈乔恩林允董力时尚芭莎大片,大片。

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Japan may accelerate around $1 billion of planned spending to upgrade its ballistic missile defenses in the wake of rocket tests suggesting North Korea is close to fielding a more potent medium-range missile, three government sources said.The outlays, currently in a budget request for the year starting April, includes money to assess a new missile defense layer - either Lockheed Martin Corp's Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system or Aegis Ashore, a land-based version of the ballistic missile defense system used by vessels in the Sea of Japan.It also covers money to improve the range and accuracy of PAC-3 Patriot batteries, said the sources familiar with the proposal, who asked not to be identified because they are not authorized to talk to the media.Any rollout of THAAD or Aegis Ashore could, however, still take years, the sources noted. Accelerated spending on Patriot missile batteries is also unlikely to deliver upgrades much quicker because of the limited capacity of the companies involved - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Raytheon Co - to speed up already tight production schedules."It nonetheless has symbolic value," said one of the sources.As much as 300 billion yen ($2.9 billion) of defense funding will be included in a third supplementary budget, the Sankei newspaper reported earlier. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government has yet to say whether it will ask lawmakers to approve additional outlays before deliberations begin on next year's budget.Officials at Japan's Ministry of Defense were not immediately available to comment.Pyongyang's apparent technological progress on missiles has been faster than anticipated, exposing Japan to a heightened threat, a senior Japanese military commander told Reuters earlier this month.pk10下注Nearly 4,000 passengers in different Philippine ports were stranded and a number of families were evacuated due to the threat of typhoon Sarika, locally named as Karen, which is expected to make a landfall early Sunday, the state disaster management agency said Saturday. Authorities have barred motor bancas and other passenger ships from sailing in nine ports in northern island of Luzon and in central island of Visayas. A total of 3,891 passengers, 386 rolling cargoes, 29 vessels and 24 motor bancas were stranded in the ports, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council ( NDRRMC) said. At least 20 domestic flights were also cancelled due to bad weather and several classes were also suspended. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella called on the public to keep safe and prepare against the onslaught of the typhoon. The state weather forecasting agency said Sarika has further intensified as it continues to threaten northern province of Aurora where it is expected to make a landfall between 12:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. local time. It packs maximum sustain winds of 140 kilometers per hour near the center and gusts of up to 195 kph. Ten provinces in northern part of the country were placed under tropical cyclone warning number 3.Last week, I found myself on an operation table for the first time in my life. I remember the doctors telling me to relax and that it was not a major operation. Then five doctors and nurses surrounded the table. They turned on the light and put a white cloth over my face. Even though the doctors administered anesthesia, I could still feel them operating on me. At one point, I could see the doctor sticking me with a needle. I did not feel pain, but the motion of needle going through my skin was so real. After what seemed like a lifetime, the doctors were done. When I looked in the mirror, I saw it; my ears were perfectly pierced. I first got my ears pierced when I was in college. I had just been through a breakup and I wanted to do some damage to myself, and getting my ears pierced was the least painful way to do it. A friend introduced me to a parlor that pierced ears. The boss used a piercing gun to pierce my ear, and all my friends had their ears pierced that way. It is a rather painless but quite unsanitary way to do it. I have worn earrings ever since. However, around May, I was sent to the Philippines a few times on business and since I was afraid of getting an ear infection because of the hot weather, I took my earrings out for a few weeks. When I came back, I found I could no longer get my earrings through my ears. After a few weeks without earrings, the holes in my earlobes have magically healed themselves. Perhaps my body felt it was too ugly to have holes on them, or maybe my body has always had a reaction to earrings that I did not know about. That is why I had to get my ears pierced again last week. This time, I was told that I could not go to the piercing parlor; I had to do it in a hospital. I made an appointment at the cosmetics and plastic surgery department and went on the operating table. Doctors told me that I would need to wear the earrings for two months without taking them out, even during showers and at night. He said this is the only way that the holes will not close up again. It is terrifying to think I will have these holes in my body forever. However, we all pay a little price for beauty. This article was published on the Global Times Metropolitan section Two Cents page, a space for reader submissions, including opinion, humor and satire. The ideas expressed are those of the author alone, and do not represent the position of the Global Times.。




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