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ng protective measures are not in place, there will be high risks of local outbreaks," Zhang Zuofeng, a professor of epidemiology and associate dean for research with the school of public health at University of California, Los Angeles, told Xinhua.Experts and health officials have called on the public to get vaccinated against influenza in record numbers this fall to avoid a dreaded scenario: flu

  ng protective measures are not in place, there will be high risks of local outbreaks," Zhang Zuofeng, a professor of epidemiology and associate dean for research with the school of public health at University of California, Los Angeles, told Xinhua.Experts and health officials have called on the public to get vaccinated against influenza in record numbers this fall to avoid a dreaded scenario: flu  expand their businesses globally by collaborating with cross-border e-commerce platforms such as Alibaba and Amazon.On June 18, Zhejiang China Commodity City Group Co, which is based in Yiwu, and Alibaba Group set up a joint venture on the Electronic World Trade Platform to help more small-and medium-sized companies go global digitally.The platform is a global e-commerce forum initiated by the pri

  Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe World Health Organization (WHO) has reiterated the natural origin of the novel coronavirus."The virus has happened naturally," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday at a media briefing on COVID-19."WHO believes in science and evidence and that's why we say science, solutions and solidarity," he said.Many studies on the origin of the virus have overwhelmingly showed that the virus, or SARS-CoV-2, originated naturally rather than from any institution.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusThe World Health Organization (WHO) has reiterated the natural origin of the novel coronavirus."The virus has happened naturally," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Friday at a media briefing on COVID-19."WHO believes in science and evidence and that's why we say science, solutions and solidarity," he said.Many studies on the origin of  function isIE() {return navigator.appName.indexOf("Microsoft Internet Explorer") != -1;}function Rand() {var date = new Date();var Num = date.getFullYear() + "" + date.getMonth() + "" + date.getDate() + "0";return Num;}function getNextURL(url) {window.location.href = url;}var isIEBR = isIE();//alert(isIEBR);var videofile = 'http://poss.videocloud.cns.com.cn/oss/2020/09/25/chinanews/MEIZI_YUNSHI/onair/2AC488BA8C6E4357ACFC5237F1139F65.mp4';var video_pic = 'http://poss.videocloud.cns.com.cn/oss/2020/09/25/chinanews/MEIZI_YUNSHI/onair/4F5BEE51EA3A4FC392C19874BEDECBA8.jpg';// var video_pic = 'http://poss.videocloud.cns.com.cn/oss/2020/09/25/chinanews/MEIZI_YUNSHI/onair/4F5BEE51EA3A4FC392C19874BEDECBA8.jpg';var testAppleMobile = /(iPhone|iPad|iPod)/i;if (testAppleMobile.test(navigator.userAgent)) {//如果没有匹配中苹果设备可以调用flash播放器支持var b = document.getElementById("dgqlayer");b.innerHTML = "";} else if(isIEVer(7) || isIEVer(8) || isIEVer(6)){//低版本使用flashvar rand = Rand();var so = new SWFObject("http://i2.chinanews.com/shipin/flv/video2010V1.0.1_common.swf?rand=" + rand, "myswf", "600", "360", "6", "#000000", true);so.addParam("quality", "high");so.addParam("allowFullScreen", "true");so.addParam("allowScriptAccess", "always");so.addVariable("vInfo", videofile);so.addParam("wmode", "transparent");so.addVariable("auto", "1");so.addVariable("tiaotime", "10");so.addVariable("vsimg", "http://poss.videocloud.cns.com.cn/oss/2020/09/25/chinanews/MEIZI_YUNSHI/onair/4F5BEE51EA3A4FC392C19874BEDECBA8.jpg");so.write("dgqlayer");}else {var b = document.getElementById("dgqlayer");// b.innerHTML = "";b.innerHTML = '

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  Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses the general debate of the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly via video on Sept. 22, 2020. (Xinhua/Ju Peng)Chinese President Xi Jinping summed up four lessons the COVID-19 pandemic brought to human society and called on countries to join hands and prepare to meet even more global challenges."First, COVID-19 reminds us that we are living in an interconnected global village with a common stake," Xi said when addressing the general debate of the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.No country can gain from others' difficulties or maintain stability by taking advantage of others' troubles, he said."To pursue a beggar-thy-neighbor policy or just watch from a safe distance when others are in danger will eventually land one in the same trouble faced by others," Xi said."This is why we should embrace the vision of a community with a shared future in which everyone is bound together," he added.Second, COVID-19 reminds us that economic globalization is an indisputable reality and a historical trend, Xi said."Burying one's head in the sand like an ostrich in the face of economic globalization or trying to fight it with Don Quixote's lance goes against the trend of history," he said.Countries should say no to unilateralism and protectionism and work to ensure the stable and smooth functioning of global industrial and supply chains, Xi said.Third, Xi said humankind should launch a green revolution and move faster to create a green way of development and life, preserve the environment and make Mother Earth a better place for all.China will scale up its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions by adopting more vigorous policies and measures. China aims to have CO2 emissions peak before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060, Xi said, calling on countries to pursue innovative, coordinated, green and open development for all."Fourth, COVID-19 reminds us that the global governance system calls for reform and improvement," Xi said.The global governance system should adapt itself to evolving global political and economic dynamics, meet global challenges and embrace the underlying trend of peace, development and win-win cooperation, he added.Chinese President Xi Jinping addresses the general debate of the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly via video on Sept. 22, 2020. (Xinhua/Ju Peng)Chinese President Xi Jinping summed up four lessons the COVID-19 pandemic brought to human society and called on countries to join hands and prepare to meet even more global challenges."First, COVID-19 reminds us that we are living in an

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London's world-famous Big Ben clock tower is about to become visible for the first time in three years after a multi-million dollar face-lift project completed a critical phase, authorities at the Houses of Parliament announced Sunday.The chiming clock in the Elizabeth Tower, one of the most photographed structures in the world, has been shrouded behind scaffolding and screens due to the intricate renovation work.Over the course of the next six weeks, the newly restored tower will slowly be revealed. An expert team of scaffolders will work to take down the metal scaffolding in the restricted space around the Tower."Three years after the structure was scaffolded, this is a significant moment in the timeline of this complex conservation project," said a spokesperson for the parliamentary estate.Lindsay Hoyle, speaker of the House of Commons, said: "Like everyone else, I have been looking forward to seeing the scaffolding come down on Elizabeth Tower, so the unveiling of the roof will be a memorable moment."Extensive work has restored both the inside and the outside of the Elizabeth Tower, including the 3,433 roof tiles and the spire with its intricate flowers, cross and orb. The conservation work addresses crucial problems in the tower, including crumbling stone and a leaky roof.The tower's signature metal cross and orb, which sits 96 meters above ground level, has also been repaired, with a team of expert gilders spending weeks to ensure the ornate details match the original design from 1859.The Big Ben tower is a focal point of the culturally-protected Palace of Westminster which forms a part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.London's world-famous Big Ben clock tower is about to become visible for the first time in three years after a multi-million dollar face-lift project completed a critical phase, authorities at the Houses of Parliament announced Sunday.The chiming clock in the Elizabeth Tower, one of the most photographed structures in the world, has been shrouded behind scaffolding and screens due to the intricate如下图

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