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    France suggested Monday that further sanctions could be imposed "if needed" against Iran over its ballistic missile program, the country's foreign ministry spokesperson said. "The European Union (EU) has already placed sanctions on Iranian entities involved in the ballistic program. If needed, new sanctions could be taken," said Quai d'Orsay spokeswoman Agnes Romatet-Espagne. However, "the political dialogue between France and Iran is active and makes it possible to address all topics, including strategic and regional issues," she added. French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is soon to fly to Tehran where he "will have a firm dialogue," said the ministry's spokesperson during an electronic press briefing. During a visit to the United Arab Emirates last week, French President Emmanuel Macron reaffirmed support for the 2015 Vienna nuclear deal. However, he proposed to negotiate Iran's ballistic activities, which he said should be restricted to preserve the region's stability.电子游戏申请送68元体验金。

    Serve" ad drawing on a sermon by King sought to highlight community service but it sparked an outcry over the use of King's legacy."You took a very powerful moment in time and you tried to re-appropriate that for the message of selling cars," said Derek Rucker, a marketing professor at Northwestern&#;,&#;,&#;orChinese and Russian travellers are expected to benefit from a visa-free policy for cross-border travel between Heihe in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province and Blagoveshchensk, capital of Russia's Amur State. Heihe government confirmed on Monday that it is in talks with the Russian side on visa-free travel. The two cities are only 750 meters apart, separated by the Heilong River, known as Amur River in Russia. Currently, travellers on cross-border day trips have to queue for hours for customs clearance. Wang Ping, head of the China Chamber of Tourism, said the organization has been involved in talks on a visa-free policy and encourages the Russian region to offer accommodation catering to Chinese tourists. Donets Andrey Ivanovich, deputy governor of Russia's Amur region, said the Amur government would apply for approval of the visa-free policy from national departments. Galushka Alexander Sergeevich, director of the Russian Far East Development Department, said Heihe and Blagoveshchensk visa-free travel was on the agenda of the Far East development planning. The transportation between the two cities currently depends on ferries in summer and a pontoon bridge when the river is frozen. Construction of a permanent bridge started in 2016 after 28 years of negotiations between China and Russia. Scheduled to open in 2019, the bridge will be an important part of the China-Mongolia-Russia economic corridor.。

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    Pakistani and Indian military officials talked over a hotline to ease tension, a day after Indian troops fired and killed two Pakistani civilians along the Line of Control (LoC) in the Kashmir region, the Pakistani military said late Saturday. "An unscheduled Pak-India DGMO (Director General Military Operations) Hot Line contact was made today (Saturday). Indian Army was conveyed that continued deliberate targeting of innocent civilians along LoC lately in Nezapir, Chirikot and Battal sectors are highly unprofessional and unethical," a statement from the Pakistani army's media wing Inter-Services Public Relations said. "Such provocations also causing loss of innocent civilian lives are potentially dangerous to invoke an unbearable response," the statement said. Pakistani Foreign Ministry said on Friday that two civilians were killed and five others injured as the result of "unprovoked ceasefire violations" by the Indian forces. Pakistan and India declared ceasefire along the LoC in 2003. However, troops of both countries occasionally exchange fire.A new kind of Chinese martial arts called Gong Shou Dao (GSD), which is drawn from the traditional art of Tai Chi, was unveiled on Wednesday as the co-founders - chairman of Alibaba Group Jack Ma and action movie star Jet Li - said that their ultimate goal is to make GSD an Olympic program. Standing on a 1.5-meter-high platform with a diameter of 3 meters, two martial artists, one in white and one in black, fight against each other with traditional Tai Chi techniques. This new form of martial arts competition, or in other way a new kind of sports games, is called GSD."Since martial arts became one of the programs in the Asian Games in 1990, all of the martial artists in China have been thinking about when it will make into the Olympic Games. However, we have been working for several decades, but still fail to make it," Li said. "I try to find out the reasons why martial arts are not accepted by the Olympic Games. When I talked to my friend Jack Ma about my thoughts several years ago, we reached a consensus that it was because we had not confronted the issue head-on," he added. Li and Ma learned the successful experience from Japan and South Korea, who brought Judo and Taekwondo into Olympic Games respectively, and decided to focus on just one kind of Chinese martial arts and try to modify it to meet the requirements of an Olympic program and then promote it to the whole world. And their choice is Tai Chi, which is no doubt one of the icons of Chinese martial arts. "There are about 150 million people practising Tai Chi all over the world, but most of them are over 40 years old. If we want to involve more young people into it and make it meet the Olympic standards, we must make some changes," Li pointed out. Different from other fighting-kind sports, all the techniques used in the GSD should come from Tai Chi. Fighters who use other techniques, such as boxing or wrestling, will be called a foul. "Most people practise Tai Chi by themselves, and we call it the Tai Chi 1.0; Some are practising pushing hands, we call it the 2.0 version. Now we have the GSD, and we think it is the Tai Chi 3.0 version which has been integrated with more characteristics of modern sports. We know it is not easy to make it into the Olympic Games, and we might fail again and again, but we must try. It's our dream," Li concluded. Jet Li started to learn martial arts at the age of 8, and became a champion at the National Games in 1975 when he was only 12 years old. The turning point of his life came in the year of 1982 when he starred in the movie Shaolin Temple which turned out to be the most successful movie ever in China at that time, and paved his way to become one of the most well-known action movie stars in the world. There was a famous Chinese movie in 1993 named The Tai Chi Master, in which Jet Li played a historical figure Zhang Sanfeng, whom is widely believed as the founder of Tai Chi but without hard proofs. Although the exact origin of Tai Chi was not clear yet but what for sure is that it has spread worldwide and not only Chinese, but also many foreigners are practising it. The founder of Alibaba Group, e-commerce tycoon Jack Ma, has been a Tai Chi practitioner for over 30 years. In his opinion, Tai Chi is not only about martial arts. He has previously touted the health benefits of Tai Chi which, he says, transcend mere physical wellness, offering practitioners a spiritual uplift that enhances their daily lives in all respects. According to Ma, Tai Chi deserves a prominent place in the world of sports both inside and outside of China. Just one week ago, a short film, also named Gong Shou Dao, featuring Ma and 11 of the world's most well-known martial art practitioners and action stars, premiered on big and small screens. Ma played a Tai Chi master in the movie and he said that the movie's goal is to pay tribute to the traditional Chinese martial art Tai Chi and kick off the promotional drive for the new innovation, GSD. "Tai Chi is a kind of philosophy which emphasizes the balance of Yin and Yang, the two opposing principles in nature. I used this philosophy in enterprise management and I believe it will benefit everyone's daily life," Ma said.。

    visits from renowned pro-level star players like Payton Manning and Byron Chamberlin from the Denver Broncos to the land of the Great Wall. Even the National Football League (NFL), the leading authority in the game, is turning its eyes to one of the largest retail markets in the world. With theRecently, a number of Chinese provinces have restated their GDP data, with marked reductions showing up in adjusted reports from Tianjin's Binhai New Area, Liaoning and Inner Mongolia. The news was received outside China with considerable cynicism. Chinese GDP, it has been suggested, has been。

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    dismembering 18-year-old Pamela Mastropietro, stuffing her body parts in two trolleys and dumping them in the countryside. On Saturday, Traini shot and wounded six African immigrants in what the authorities described as a racially motivated attack in the southern city of Macerata. After the电子游戏申请送68元体验金China will raise foreign ownership limits in financial firms in a step granting access to a tantalizing multi-trillion-dollar financial services market, as the world's second-biggest economy seeks to position itself as a major global finance hub.The move, announced on Friday by Chinese Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao, comes a day after US President Donald Trump reiterated calls for better access to Chinese markets in meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping.Xi is driving broad economic reforms by opening up China's capital markets, internationalizing the yuan, and seeking technical know-how through the pursuit of massive inbound and outbound investments.The latest changes include raising the limit on foreign ownership in joint-venture firms involved in the futures, securities and funds markets to 51 percent from the current 49 percent.They will take effect immediately after the drafting of specific related rules, Zhu told a news conference, adding that China is "formulating a timetable and roadmap for financial sector reform and opening-up."The foreign business community gave a cautious welcome to the news."Opening of financial services has definitely been high on our list," said Ken Jarrett, president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai."It's a step in the right direction. We'll have to see the detailed rules. In China you always have to pay attention to the fine print to see how quickly it moves, but to finally ease up on the cap is something that is welcome."The plan to ease ownership restrictions comes as China faces mounting pressure from Western governments and business lobbies to remove investment barriers and onerous regulations that restrict overseas companies' operations in its markets.During his trip to Beijing, President Trump said trade between the two nations was unfair, and called for greater market access for US companies.Reuters reported on Tuesday that China plans to allow global banks to take a stake of up to 51 percent in their onshore securities ventures for the first time and tie up with local non-financial firms.China has been sluggish to give foreign players more access to its financial sector, but has promised to quicken the pace as foreign investment into Asia's economic powerhouse slows.It has implemented strict capital controls to contain capital outflows, while opening up new channels for foreign money to come into the domestic markets.Foreign financial firms are still small players in the financial sector, and the sheer size of the market is a big lure for overseas players.However, several investment banks have said they would be keen to invest more in China and do more broking and investment banking if they had full control over their joint ventures. Newspaper headline: Rules eased for finance sectorBritish Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deadline was Tuesday facing opposition from her own MPs. May wants to enshrine in law that Britain and the EU will part company at precisely 23:00 hours on March, 29, 2019. As MPs started their marathon debate on the EU Withdrawal Bill in the House of Commons, behind the scenes a number of Conservative MPs were meeting party managers to call for the government to scrap its strict timeline. London-based newspapers reported that the number of MPs prepared to vote against the prime minister was in double figures, pointing to a humiliating defeat for May if they carry out their threat. The Independent reported that former Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and another former government minister, Anna Soubry, were among the rebels. Morgan, reported the Independent, said May's plan showed she was "tone deaf and tin eared", while Soubry told journalists she had warned May that there were some Conservative MPs who have never rebelled in their political careers but were now talking, for the first time ever, of rebelling against the government. Former government attorney general Dominic Grieve said in the debate that setting the date of departure from the EU would hit the government's ability to carry out negotiations with Brussels. The vote on the timeline is not taking place today, but Grieve said when the vote does take place he will vote against the government, adding that no arm twisting will persuade him otherwise. Veteran politician and former cabinet minister Ken Clarke also criticized the government for tying down the date of departure to the second. He claimed May's motive was as a sop to two of her pro-Brexit cabinet ministers Boris Johnson and Michael Gove. Clarke claimed a fixed departure date could positively harm the national interest. Government ministers have insisted that setting a precise departure date will give clarity so everyone will understand the timetable. The government did win the vote Tuesday night on the first major amendment to the Brexit Bill. It means that the government bill passed in 1972 that took Britain into what was then the EEC, will be legally repealed at the moment Britain leaves the bloc after more than 40 years of membership. MPs voted in favor by 318 votes to 68, a majority for the government of 250. The Withdrawal Bill is now undergoing line-by-line scrutiny in the House of Commons as part of a process to turn it into law. Almost 500 amendments have been lodged in a multitude of attempts to change the bill. There will be several weeks of debates before the bill is handed to the unelected House of Lords where it will again face challenges in what could be an even tougher ride. The Brexit Bill is a crucial measures to enable all EU laws to be consumed into British law when the two part company. Brexit supporters say they fear pro-Remainers see the course of this legislation as an effort to fight the risk Britain leaving the EU with no deal, and with no agreement on free access to the EU market or the customs union. MPs have been warned there will be numerous late-night sittings of parliament in the Houses of Parliaments in the coming weeks to steer the legislation through the various processes.。




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