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United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday sent his condolences to the families of the victims following the horrific explosions in Beirut."The secretary-general expresses his deepest condolences to the families of the victims, as well as to the people and Government of Lebanon, following the horrific explosions in Beirut today. He wishes a speedy recovery to the injured, including several United Nations personnel working in Lebanon," said Farhan Haq, the deputy spokesman for the secretary-general in a statement."The United Nations remains committed to supporting Lebanon at this difficult time, and is actively assisting in the response to this incident," he said.Two huge explosions rocked Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday, leaving at least 50 people dead and 2,500 others injured.The blasts hit the Port of Beirut at around 6:10 p.m. local time, shaking buildings all over the city while causing massive casualties and damages.United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday sent his condolences to the families of the victims following the horrific explosions in Beirut."The secretary-general expresses his deepest condolences to the families of the victims, as well as to the people and Government of Lebanon, following the horrific explosions in Beirut today. He wishes a speedy recovery to the injured, includi

  United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday sent his condolences to the families of the victims following the horrific explosions in Beirut."The secretary-general expresses his deepest condolences to the families of the victims, as well as to the people and Government of Lebanon, following the horrific explosions in Beirut today. He wishes a speedy recovery to the injured, including several United Nations personnel working in Lebanon," said Farhan Haq, the deputy spokesman for the secretary-general in a statement."The United Nations remains committed to supporting Lebanon at this difficult time, and is actively assisting in the response to this incident," he said.Two huge explosions rocked Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday, leaving at least 50 people dead and 2,500 others injured.The blasts hit the Port of Beirut at around 6:10 p.m. local time, shaking buildings all over the city while causing massive casualties and damages.United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday sent his condolences to the families of the victims following the horrific explosions in Beirut."The secretary-general expresses his deepest condolences to the families of the victims, as well as to the people and Government of Lebanon, following the horrific explosions in Beirut today. He wishes a speedy recovery to the injured, includi  r other open-air markets.Many cities put forward mask-wearing regulations for some streets or areas where restaurants and other entertainment outlets are concentrated during certain hours.In some severely affected cities, including the capital, the authorities stipulated that open-air bars and restaurants should close no later than 23:00.Seashore county Constanta, the most popular summer destinati

  Researchers from the University of Macao of China's Macao Special Administrative Region and institutions in Central China's Hubei province have worked together to develop an intelligent system to distinguish pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from other common pneumonia, said the university Tuesday.The new system, developed by Prof Wong Pak Kin in the Faculty of Science and Technology, and his doctoral student Yan Tao in the Department of Electromechanical Engineering, can tell COVID-19 from other common pneumonia at a speed nearly 60 times faster than radiologists, the University of Macao said in a press release.They had worked with researchers at institutions in Hubei Province to collect data on 206 confirmed COVID-19 patients and their 416 chest computed tomography (CT) scans, as well as data on 412 patients with non-COVID-19 pneumonia and their 412 chest CT scans.Based on these CT images, the researchers developed an automatic diagnosis system based on a multi-scale convolutional neural network. The verification results have shown that with a limited amount of data, the intelligent diagnosis system can successfully distinguish COVID-19-caused pneumonia from other common pneumonia.CT diagnosis has a very high degree of accuracy and can provide more clinical information for COVID-19 detection and diagnosis. But the large number of scan images and lengthy time for manual identification bring big challenge for radiologists.The related research paper titled "Automatic Distinction between COVID-19 and Common Pneumonia using Multi-Scale Convolutional Neural Network on Chest CT Scans" has been published by the international science journal Chaos, Solitons &Fractals in its latest issue.Researchers from the University of Macao of China's Macao Special Administrative Region and institutions in Central China's Hubei province have worked together to develop an intelligent system to distinguish pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from other common pneumonia, said the university Tuesday.The new system, developed by Prof Wong Pak Kin in the Faculty of Science and Techn  

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lobal development and upholder of international order.Wang rejected US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's assertions that US engagement with China has been a dismal failure.Pompeo's remarks are based on a "Cold War" mentality and totally negate achievements from interactions between China and the US over decades, he said, describing the "spreading of the political virus" as a result of ignorance of如下图

Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe COVID-19 pandemic has created the largest disruption to education in history and prolonged school closures could further entrench inequalities in access to learning, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday, underlining the need for "bold steps" to address the crisis.Describing education as "the key to personal development and the future of societies," he issued recommendations to get children back in the classroom in a policy brief launched alongside a new global campaign called "Save our Future.""As the world faces unsustainable levels of inequality, we need education, the great equalizer, more than ever," he said in a video message, adding that "we must take bold steps now, to create inclusive, resilient, quality education systems fit for the future."The United Nations estimates that the pandemic has affected more than 1 billion students worldwide.Despite efforts to continue learning during the crisis, including through delivering lessons by radio, television and online, many are still not being reached.The UN chief said that learners with disabilities, members of minority or disadvantaged communities, as well as refugees and displaced persons, are among those at highest risk of being left behind.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe COVID-19 pandemic has created the largest disruption to education in history and prolonged school closures could further entrench inequalities in access to learning, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday, underlining the need for "bold steps" to address the crisis.Describing education as "the key to personal development and t

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  Spain's former King Juan Carlos I on Monday announced his decision to leave Spain to live in another country in a letter to his son, King Felipe VI.The decision taken by Juan Carlos I, who abdicated in 2014, came amid a judicial investigation into possible financial irregularities.The probe looks into money laundering and tax avoidance related to the former king's foreign bank accounts, according to El Pais newspaper.In the letter -- published by the Spanish Royal Household -- Juan Carlos I wrote that "in the face of the public repercussion which are being generated by certain events in the past," he would leave the country in order to "facilitate" the work of his son."A year ago I expressed my will to no longer carry out institutional activities; now, guided by the need to do my best service to the Spanish, to their institutions and to you as King, I am communicating my considered decision to move, at this moment, away from Spain," read the letter.The letter didn't mention where the former monarch will reside.The Royal Household expressed its "respect and gratitude at this decision" and highlighted Juan Carlos I' role in Spain's transition from the military rule of General Francisco Franco to democracy in the late 1970s and 1980s.Spain's former King Juan Carlos I on Monday announced his decision to leave Spain to live in another country in a letter to his son, King Felipe VI.The decision taken by Juan Carlos I, who abdicated in 2014, came amid a judicial investigation into possible financial irregularities.The probe looks into money laundering and tax avoidance related to the former king's foreign bank accounts, according  

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Students attend class at a high school in Lanzhou, Northwest China's Gansu province, April 9, 2020. (Photo/Xinhua)Xu Weiqing always hoped her 13-year-old daughter, who has just completed seventh grade at a Beijing middle school, would eventually study at a top U.S. university. But she said that country's unfriendly policies, out-of-control COVID-19 pandemic and social unrest have given her second thoughts.To boost their daughter's chances of attending a university in the United States, home to more of the world's top universities than any other country, Xu and her husband had planned to send her to an international high school in the Chinese capital or possibly to a U.S. high school."However, from a policy and security perspective, the U.S. is no longer the top choice, and we're considering sending our daughter to other countries, such as Canada, the United Kingdom or Australia," Xu said.China is the largest source of international students in the world, with 662,100 leaving the country to study overseas in 2018. Almost half chose to study in the U.S..Since 2009, China has been the biggest source of international students for U.S. schools. According to the U.S.-based Institute of International Education, one in three of the more than 1 million overseas students in the U.S. came from China in the 2018-19 academic year.However, implementation of a string of U.S. government policies seen as unfriendly and its blaming of China for the pandemic, as well as protests over racial issues, have made many Chinese students reconsider plans to study in the U.S..The UK has beaten out the U.S. for the first time to become the preferred overseas study destination for Chinese students, according to a new report by New Oriental Education and Technology Group, an overseas study agency based in Beijing.In a survey of 6,673 Chinese students by the company, 42 percent hoped to study in the UK, compared with 37 percent who preferred the U.S.. That is a significant turnaround from four years ago, when 30 percent of respondents hoped to study in the UK and 46 percent planned to go to the U.S..Losing appealXiao Yejiong transferred to a U.S. high school two years ago, when hewas a sophomore, to increase his chances of getting into a top U.S. university. The senior high school student returned to his hometown in Dongguan, Guangdong province, in mid-March, just as the pandemic became more serious in the U.S.."Coming home was not an easy choice, since it affects my university application, as I have not taken the SAT, but my family and I still believe that safety is the most important thing," the 18-year-old said.Although he is still worried about returning to the U.S. for undergraduate studies, he said it is too late to come up with a plan B, as he has spent the past three years preparing for the U.S. college enrollment system."I'm afraid my only choice is to continue to study in the U.S., as I would fail miserably if I participated in the national college entrance exam in China. Going to study in other countries also requires lots of preparation," Xiao said.However, he said, recent hostile policies and rhetoric by some U.S. politicians who oppose China appear to be deterring many younger Chinese students from choosing the country.The idea that studying overseas guaranteed access to better education resources is gaining less traction among parents and students, Xiao said, especially as Chinese universities continue to improve academically.A report by EIC Education, an education consultancy based in Beijing, found that 16.3 percent of students are uncertain about whether to go abroad to study, while 14.5 percent have delayed their overseas study plans by half a year and 11.3 percent have delayed them by one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.1 2 Next PageStudents attend class at a high school in Lanzhou, Northwest China's Gansu province, April 9, 2020. (Photo/Xinhua)Xu Weiqing always hoped her 13-year-old daughter, who has just completed seventh grade at a Beijing middle school, would eventually study at a top U.S. university. But she said that country's unfriendly policies, out-of-control COVID-19 pandemic and social unrest have given her second

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