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Five hundred automobiles manufactured by a Chinese carmaker are about to be shipped to the Netherlands at a dock of Lianyungang port, east China’s Jiangsu province, Feb. 3, 2020. Photo by Wang Chun, People’s Daily Online

UK auto industry foresees huge cooperation potential with China in post-Brexit

by Xinhua writers Yu Jiaxin, Jin Jing China is an important market and the British auto industry foresees big cooperation potential with...

High expectations for South African finance minister’s budget speech

South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni will have to walk on a tight rope as he tries to introduce interventions to grow the economy,...
Aerial panoramic photo taken on Feb. 4, 2020 shows the interior of a cultural building complex dubbed "Wuhan Livingroom", which is being converted into a hospital to receive patients infected with the novel coronavirus, in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. Wuhan plans to convert three existing venues, including a gymnasium and an exhibition center, into hospitals to receive patients infected with the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), the headquarters for the epidemic control said late Monday. (Xinhua/Cai Yang)

Uganda’s health minister praises China’s measures to fight coronavirus

Robinah Nabbanja, Uganda's minister of state for health, on Sunday commended the prevention and control measures taken by China to curb the spread of...
Israeli-occupied Palestinian

Palestinians face 3 possible scenarios in response to Trump’s Mideast peace plan

by Saud Abu Ramadan After U.S. President Donald Trump unveiled this week his long-awaited Middle East peace plan for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict,...

Growing Chinese investment in Ethiopia acknowledgment of enduring ties

Chinese investors ever-growing engagement across Ethiopia's industrial parks is a manifestation of the undeniable and enduring economic and trade relations between the two countries,...
China-U.S. relations

U.S.-China cooperation vital to solving global problems, says expert

U.S.-China ties are essential to the international political structure, and the countries' bilateral cooperation could help solve global problems, a U.S. expert on China...
Former Bayern Munich striker Sandro Wagner

Ex-Bayern star Wagner happy in China

Former Bayern Munich striker Sandro Wagner has praised the state of club football in China. Drawing a balance after his first year with Chinese...
Indian passport with US currency notes and American flag in the background, symbolizing the effort of Indian workers seeking American H-1B visas to immigrate to America and earn American currency. Indian and Chinese workers are the ones most involved in the H1B visa program and affected by delays related to transitioning to green cards. GETTY

U.S. expert criticizes new H-1B registration system

The new H-1B visa system that will start in March is "inefficient" and may have negative impact on the U.S. science and engineering workforce,...
Australia bushfires

Australia still open for business despite bushfires – Phillipa Harrison

Although the devastation of Australia's unprecedented bushfire crisis has been widespread, the nation's top tourism boss is adamant that Australia is still open for...

Rolls-Royce CEO sees “good future” in Chinese market

"I foresee a good future for us (Rolls-Royce) in the Chinese market, and we are also heavily investing into the Chinese market together with...

True story in Xinjiang: alleged ‘missing’ people found safe and sound

Hundreds of tweets using the hashtag "#StillNoinfo" were posted, with activists claiming their Uygur relatives and friends are still missing after China's Northwestern Xinjiang...

Ghana secures banking sector support for SDGs

Ghana's banking sector has agreed to support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) program in the country a senior official has told...

Africa benefits from Chinese engagement in replicating China’s socioeconomic successes

Ethiopia and fellow African countries have benefited a lot from Chinese engagement amid their crucial need to replicate China's success across socioeconomic development arenas,...
plastic waste

Aussie scientists find a profitable way to recycle plastic waste

Although plastic is a strong, cheap and hygienic material, its durability presents major problems when it comes to the environment. Unable to...

Disabled persons suffer labor discrimination in Ghana

A member of the disability community in Ghana has told Xinhua that one of the challenges the fraternity faced in the country was discrimination...

Nigerian academic urges judicial pronouncement on Nigeria’s border closure

A Nigerian academic has said that there was the need for the court of Justice of the West African sub-regional grouping Economic Community of...

Government of Ghana to leverage Chinese investment for petrochemical hub project

The government of Ghana hopes to work with Chinese investors to build the much-envisaged petrochemical hub to help maximize the benefits of the country's...
Hajia Alima Mahama

Africa needs bottom-up approach in Climate Change mitigation measures

Ghana’s Minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Hajia Alima Mahama has urged African countries to adopt the bottom-up approach in policy formulation to...

African expert lauds China’s development miracle in past 70 years

China's socio-economic development miracle over the past 70 years has helped the country to become one of the major global economies and political powerhouses,...
Belt and Road initiative

Experts urge global community to embrace BRI in boosting global integration

Experts on Friday urged the global community to embrace the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) to spur global integration and industrialization towards creating...
Edward Boateng

BRI to create more economic opportunities between Ghana, China – Edward Boateng

The Chinese proposed Belt and Roads Initiative (BRI) offers more opportunities for partnership between Ghana and China, the Ghanaian ambassador to China, Edward Boateng,...
The report says elephants could face extinction if the current rate of poaching continues

Namibia adopts innovative technology to curb poaching

Namibia has invested in innovative technology to help rangers detect poachers, officials said on Tuesday. In an interview, Intelligence Support Against Poaching...

Environmental charity supports Ghana’s forestation programs

A youth-based environmental charity Greenway Foundation has introduced steps to support Ghana's forestation agenda to help protect the environment. When Xinhua met up...

AU official urges closer Africa-China collaboration in infrastructure dev’t as AfCFTA takes effect

A senior African Union (AU) official on Friday called for deepening Africa-China collaboration to contribute to the success of the African Continental Free Trade...

Children in one of Ghana’s urban slums cry for safe toilets

Just like many children the world over, children of Tulaku an urban slam community in Ashaiman near Ghana’s eastern port city of Tema, about...

Jumia Africa Sets Eyes on African Markets with focus on Chinese companies

Africa's leading e-commerce platform Jumia has said it will be "100 percent Africa" for now and the future, and will not target markets outside...
Belt and Road

China’s BRI Fills Helps Push Africa’s Development

The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) aimed at advancing global partnership can help Africa, the world's second largest and second most-populous continent, to...

AU Official Praises Cordial Peace and Security Relationship with China

African Union (AU) Peace and Security Commissioner Smail Chergui on Monday hailed the solid peace and security cooperation with China. Speaking to Xinhua, Chergui said...
ADDIS ABABA, Feb. 11, 2019 (Xinhua) -- Participants pose for a group photo during the opening of the 32nd African Union (AU) summit of heads of state and government in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Feb. 10, 2019. The two-day session kicked off here on Sunday under the theme "Refugees, Returnees, and Internally Displaced Persons: Towards Durable Solutions to Forced Displacement in Africa." (Xinhua/Micharl Tewelde)

African Leaders Considering Tangible Outcomes at Summit

African leaders are expected to come up with concrete results as the African continent tries to tackle migration and forced displacement, an official told...