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The Guardian view on the climate crisis and heatwaves: a killer we need to combat | Editorial

Britain may be chilly, but from Greece to India, people are dying due to record temperatures. The death toll will grow without urgent action

While Britons don jumpers and complain about the unseasonable cold, much of the world has been reeling due to excessive temperatures. India has been in the grip of its longest heatwave in recorded history, with thermometers hitting 50C in some places. Greece closed the Acropolis in the afternoon last week as temperatures hit 43C; never has it seen a heatwave so early in the year. Soaring temperatures in the Sahel and western Africa saw mortuaries in Mali reportedly running short of space this spring, while swathes of Asia suffered in May.

Mexico and the south-west of the US have also endured blistering conditions; it was particularly shocking to hear Donald Trump pledge again to “drill, baby, drill” at a rally that saw supporters taken to hospital with heat exhaustion. These bouts of extreme weather are increasing as the climate crisis worsens. Although the El Niño weather pattern contributed to heatwaves over the last 12 months, they are becoming more frequent, extreme and prolonged thanks to global heating. By 2040, almost half the world’s inhabitants are likely to experience major heatwaves, 12 times more than the historic average.

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Labor urged to put China’s human rights record before trade and demand concrete action

Anthony Albanese should seek commitments for tangible measures in his talks with Li Qiang, campaigners say

Human rights advocates have called on Anthony Albanese to place China’s human rights record ahead of economic and trade discussions in his meeting with China’s second most powerful leader on Monday.

They said it was time for Australia’s Labor government to demand concrete action from China in addressing human rights complaints against it as “statements of concern” were not achieving results.

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Beijing offers pandas as ties with Australia thaw

The Chinese premier, Li Qiang's arrival in Australia on a four-day visit is the first by a Chinese leader in seven years, which analysts say marks the return of 'panda diplomacy'.

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Chinese firm sought to use UK university links to access AI for possible military use

Exclusive: Revelation of emails to Imperial College scientists comes amid growing concerns about security risk posed by academic tie-ups with China

A Chinese state-owned company sought to use a partnership with a leading British university in order to access AI technology for potential use in “smart military bases”, the Guardian has learned.

Emails show that China’s Jiangsu Automation Research Institute (Jari) discussed deploying software developed by scientists at Imperial College London for military use.

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Drone footage shows mudslides after heavy rain in southern China – video

China's state broadcaster reported on mudlsides in the Fujian province, disrupting traffic and forcing rescuers to evacuate residents after heavy rainfall in the region. Across other parts of China, the government issued an alert for high temperatures while the south faced severe flood warnings. China has been experiencing extreme weather in recent months. In one instance, severe flooding caused four deaths in Guangdong in April

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(聚焦海峡论坛)两岸合作项目签约共推科创发展

  中新社厦门6月16日电 (郑江洛)16日在厦门举行的2024海峡科技专家论坛上,两岸人工智能技术创新与产业促进战略合作项目、两岸数字科技人才培养和学术交流合作项目签约。

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黄埔军校旧址纪念馆重新开馆 再现军校峥嵘岁月

  中新社广州6月16日电 (记者 许青青)黄埔军校建校100周年之际,位于广州的黄埔军校旧址纪念馆16日重新开馆。“国共合作的不朽丰碑——大革命中的黄埔军校(1924—1927)”校史展全新开展;校本部和军校俱乐部原状陈列向公众开放;收录逾17万黄埔军校学员资料的“黄埔同学录查询室”数据库正式上线。

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国产量子计算用温度计向“绝对零度”更近一步

  中新社合肥6月16日电 (记者 张俊)记者16日从安徽省量子信息工程技术研究中心获悉,由科大国盾量子技术股份有限公司自主研发的高性能抗干扰氧化钌温度计,起测温度接近6mK(接近-273.144℃),刷新了国内最低起测温度的纪录。

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强降雨致福建多地受灾 直接经济损失逾16亿元

  中新社福州6月16日电 (记者 龙敏)福建省防汛办16日通报,截至15日20时,此轮强降雨已造成福建17.98万人受灾,农作物受灾面积12.35千公顷,直接经济损失16.08亿元人民币,具体灾情仍在进一步核查统计中。

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中国伊斯兰教协会在北京举行古尔邦节招待会

  中新社北京6月16日电 (徐雪莹)6月16日,中国伊斯兰教协会在北京举行招待会,庆祝古尔邦节。中央统战部分管日常工作的副部长陈小江,中央统战部副部长、国家宗教事务局局长陈瑞峰等到会祝贺。

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跨越海峡、向西而行 台湾青年登陆实现创业梦想 绽放精彩人生

  央视网消息:与台湾一水之隔的厦门是台湾青年登陆发展的首选之地。作为第十六届海峡论坛重要配套活动之一,近日厦门举办了第19届“台湾人才对接会”。为吸引台青登陆就业、创业,厦门近年来打造了8个国家级海峡两岸青年就业创业基地,为台青提供“一站式”服务,累计吸引8000多台湾青年登陆实现创业梦想。一起来看今天的《两岸融合创未来》。

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越走越近、越走越亲 民间交流让两岸未来更加光明

  央视网消息:第十六届海峡论坛大会6月15日在福建厦门举行。本届海峡论坛继续秉持民间性、草根性、广泛性的定位,通过多个领域的丰富活动,让两岸同胞有机会聚在一起,深入交流,拉近彼此距离,让两岸关系的未来更加光明。

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跟着总书记探寻中华文明|汇通天下 自信自强

  平遥古城,商道先驱,文明故里。这里是晋商发源地,文化底蕴深厚,日昇昌票号开创了我国金融业发展的先河。

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AI创意短视频|父亲的故事

  习近平总书记与父亲习仲勋之间,有很多感人的故事。2001年10月15日,习近平给父亲写了一封信。这封信既满含对父亲生日的祝福,也有不能亲临父亲身旁的遗憾,但更多的是对父亲的人格与品德、胸怀与作风、信仰与追求的崇敬之情,表达了将父亲的好作风、好家风世代相传,投身于共产主义事业,投身于人民的坚定决心。

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近观|“他关心的,都是敦煌当前面临的最紧要的问题”

  |天天学习|“敦煌,我心向往之。”

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桂林黄埔后代:赓续黄埔情缘 促进祖国和平统一

  中新网桂林6月16日电(蒋丰慧)“新时代,我们要进一步发挥黄埔亲属后代自身的特色优势,广泛联络台湾岛内及海外黄埔亲属后代,赓续黄埔情缘,为两岸关系和平发展,为祖国和平统一大业和中华民族伟大复兴作贡献。”6月16日,广西桂林市黄埔军校同学会后代联谊会会长吴钢林表示。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)台湾舆论关注海峡论坛:增进交流 积累善意

  中新社台北6月16日电 (记者 张晓曦)第十六届海峡论坛大会15日在厦门举行,台湾各界嘉宾积极参会。台湾舆论认为,论坛彰显了民间交流的重要性,证明要和平、要发展、要交流、要合作是两岸同胞的共同愿望,希望未来进一步增进交流、积累善意。

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外交部驻港公署:香港特区高水平法治不容否定

  中新网6月16日电 据外交部驻香港特派员公署微信公众号消息,针对近期香港特区终审法院英籍非常任法官Jonathan Sumption辞任并发表负面文章诋毁香港法治,以及个别英国政客借此进行炒作抹黑香港国安法律,外交部驻港公署发言人表示强烈不满,予以严厉谴责。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)台湾各界在第十六届海峡论坛上表达反“独”民意

  中新社厦门6月16日电 (记者 刘玥晴)连日来,多位台湾代表性人士在厦门参加第十六届海峡论坛期间积极发声,表达台湾社会反对“台独”的真实民意。

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China’s panda promise to Adelaide put in black and white as human rights protesters bear witness

Wang Wang and Fu Ni have lived at the city’s zoo for 15 years but are due to head home by the end of 2024

Li Qiang has announced a panda swap for Adelaide zoo, a diplomatic move long anticipated but timed to coincide with the first visit of a Chinese premier to Australia since 2017.

Making the announcement at the zoo, Li said two new giant pandas would replace Wang Wang and Fu Ni, who have lived at the zoo for 15 years as the only specimens of their kind in the southern hemisphere.

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斯朗尼玛任西藏自治区党委常委、统战部部长

  中新网拉萨6月16日电 据西藏自治区官方媒体消息,6月14日下午,西藏自治区党委书记王君正前往自治区党委统战部调研。在机关干部大会上,宣布了斯朗尼玛同志任西藏自治区党委常委、统战部部长的决定。斯朗尼玛作表态发言。

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国家防总针对浙江贵州启动防汛四级应急响应

  中新网6月16日电 据应急管理部网站消息,6月15日至16日,浙江南部、福建北部和东部、江西中部和南部、广东中北部和东部沿海、广西北部和东部等地部分地区出现大到暴雨。据气象预测,16日起,南方降雨中心将逐渐从华南向江南一带转移。16日至17日,四川盆地南部、贵州大部、湖南南部、江西中部和东部、浙江南部和东部、福建大部、广西东北部、广东东北部和东南部沿海及河南南部、湖北北部、黑龙江西北部等地部分地区有大到暴雨,其中,浙江东南部、福建东北部等地部分地区有大暴雨(100~200毫米)。中央气象台16日10时继续发布暴雨黄色预警。

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Minns ‘really sorry’ final Vivid drone show cancelled with 20 minutes notice – as it happened

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Labor ‘continuing to consult’ on Makarrata commission, Albanese says

Anthony Albanese says he will attend Arnhem Land’s Garma festival in August to “talk about a way forward” on Indigenous policy after the defeat of the voice referendum, keeping open the prospect of setting up a Makarrata commission to advance truth and treaty processes.

Treaty process is undergoing at the various states and that’s appropriate. With regard to Makarrata, we’re continuing to consult on those issues. said.

Indigenous leaders, of course, were very disappointed by the referendum result. I’ll attend Garma once again this year and sit down with people and talk about a way forward.

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【黄埔军校同学会成立40周年】发扬黄埔精神 携手促进统一

  今年是黄埔军校成立100周年,也是黄埔军校同学会成立40周年。在黄埔军校百年华诞之际,我们全面回顾40年来黄埔军校同学会所取得的工作成绩,记述海内外黄埔人矢志祖国统一和民族复兴的动人故事,不忘初心、砥砺奋进,从中汲取前行的力量,不断开创黄埔军校同学会工作的新局面。

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习语|“老百姓的事情,时时放心不下”

  “老百姓的事情,时时放心不下”,这是父亲的言传身教,也是父亲和习近平共同的赤子情怀和不渝的初心。今天,听习近平讲他与父亲的故事。

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增长26% 今年有188.9万人报名全国社工考试

  2024年度全国社会工作者职业资格考试于6月15日至16日举行。

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创造多个首次!12年前的今天 神舟九号载人飞船成功发射

  央视网消息:今天是6月16日,12年前的今天,神舟九号载人飞船成功发射。航天员景海鹏、刘旺和刘洋在这次载人飞行任务中创造了首次手控交会对接、中国女航天员首次“飞天”等多个首次。下面我们一起来回顾。

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多举措加快养老服务体系建设 “小饭碗”推动“大民生”

  央视网消息:江苏盐城是农业大市,农村老龄人口数量较大。近年来,当地通过发展老年助餐服务、建设长者幸福食堂等方式,加快养老服务体系建设。

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铁路新调图亮点多多勾勒新图景 将如何改变你我生活?

  央视网消息:从6月15日零时起,全国铁路将实行新的列车运行图,为即将来临的暑运提供新动力,更为国家的发展持续注入新活力。本次调图有哪些亮点?又将如何改变你我生活呢?

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应对高温天气 保障电力供应(经济新方位)

  今年迎峰度夏期间,全国最高用电负荷预计同比增长超1亿千瓦

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历经7年建设 深中通道今日通过交工验收

  记者从广东交通集团获悉,深中通道今天通过交工验收,这标志着历经7年建设的世界级跨海集群工程圆满完成各项建设任务,工程质量通过“大考”。深中通道集“桥、岛、隧、水下互通”于一体,全长约24公里,是当前世界上综合建设难度最高的跨海集群工程之一。

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‘Twists and turns’ in Australia-China ties are over, Li Qiang says – but Penny Wong highlights tensions

Coalition blunders have left countries locked in ‘permanent contest’ over Pacific, minister says

China’s second-most powerful leader has announced that the “twists and turns” in Australia-China relations are over – and invited Australian officials to pick a new pair of pandas for Adelaide’s zoo.

But Penny Wong chose to highlight the tensions that remain in the relationship before a series of talks with Premier Li Qiang, who arrived in Australia on Saturday evening and was met by protesters outside the zoo on Sunday.

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在希望的田野上丨夏收夏种进行时 农机助力忙丰收

  连日来,各地各部门采取多种措施,加快推进夏收、夏种。

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气象科普 | 如何分辨气象灾害预警?一文看懂

  央视网消息:如今,极端天气频发,如何看懂预警信号,做好相应防范尤为重要。但种类繁多、等级复杂、术语专业的预警如何理解?对日常生产生活有哪些影响?一起来了解。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)两岸基层调解交流之路越走越宽

  中新社厦门6月16日电 (郑江洛)前来参加第十六届海峡论坛的台湾基层调解员16日继续展开他们在大陆的联谊交流之旅,共同分享调解纠纷的经验体会,探讨调解工作的创新发展。

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“超级环线”开行 助力长三角“外循环”四通八达、“内循环”顺畅抵达

  央视网消息:6月15日,G8388次列车从上海站发出,途经长三角19个站点后,回到上海虹桥站,实现长三角“环线”运营。这是首列连接长三角三省一市的超级“环线”列车,“轨道上的长三角”新增一条环形“走廊”。

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习言道|烈日当头,习近平让干部“举个手”

  中新网6月16日电 “有谁的家人住在这样的房子,举个手!”没人回答。

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李强考察中澳大熊猫保护合作研究工作

  中新社阿德莱德6月16日电 (记者 谢雁冰)当地时间6月16日上午,正在澳大利亚访问的中国国务院总理李强到阿德莱德动物园考察中澳大熊猫保护合作研究工作。该动物园是澳大利亚唯一拥有大熊猫的动物园。南澳州州督孙芳安、州长马思诺,澳大利亚外交部长黄英贤、贸易部长法瑞尔陪同考察。

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Farewell Fu Ni and Wang Wang: is Australia about to meet a new panda duo?

Pair of panda diplomats loaned to Adelaide zoo in 2009 are expected to return to China soon

After more than 15 years, the Chinese government is expected to announce that Australia’s imported gentle giants, Fu Ni and Wang Wang, will soon be replaced by a new duo.

Ahead of the Chinese premier Li Qiang’s visit to Adelaide this weekend, speculation has grown about the future of Fu Ni and Wang Wang, with Anthony Albanese remarking that his government is “pro-panda”, and the Coalition’s foreign affairs spokesperson, Simon Birmingham, stressing the importance of panda diplomacy “cultural exchange”.

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What is on the agenda for Chinese premier Li Qiang’s visit to Australia?

Li’s four-day visit, the first by a Chinese premier since 2017, is expected to feature panda diplomacy, Indo-Pacific security discussions and trade talks

China’s premier, Li Qiang, will arrive in Australia on Saturday for a four-day visit that will include stops in Adelaide, Canberra and Perth.

It is the first visit to Australia by a Chinese premier since 2017, and marks the latest step in “stabilising” a relationship that hit rock bottom in 2020.

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Russian ties and cheap tech: G7 leaders unequivocal in criticism of China

Concerns set out over supply of materials with military applications, and impact of subsidies on global market

China’s role in providing assistance to Russia in its war against Ukraine, and its “harmful overcapacity” in the production of cheap goods, have been targeted by G7 leaders despite misgivings from Germany.

On the second day of the annual summit, being held in Puglia under the Italian chair, the US drove home a 36-page communique that condemned Chinese subsidies for products such as solar panels and electric cars which it said were leading to “global spillovers, market distortions and harmful overcapacity … undermining our workers, industries, and economic resilience and security”.

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Prominent China #MeToo journalist Sophia Huang Xueqin sentenced to five years in jail, supporters say

Sophia Huang Xueqin, who reported on #MeToo movement and Hong Kong pro-democracy protests, sentenced along with labour activist Wang Jianbing

A Chinese court has sentenced the prominent #MeToo journalist Sophia Huang Xueqin to five years in jail and the labour activist Wang Jianbing to three and a half years, almost 1,000 days after they were detained on allegations of inciting state subversion, according to supporters.

On Friday, supporters of the pair said the court had found them guilty and given Huang the maximum sentence. The jail terms would take into account the time they had already spent in detention. A copy of the verdict said Huang was also deprived of political rights for four years and fined $100,000 RMB (£10,800). Wang faced three years of deprivation of political rights and was fined $50,000 RMB.

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Chinese #MeToo journalist jailed for five years

Sophia Huang Xueqin had been one of the main #MeToo voices in China when she was arrested in 2021.

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Philippines increases South China Sea patrols as Beijing set to roll out new trespass laws

Manila has previously described new regulations, which allow Chinese coast guard to detain foreigners, as ‘an escalation of the situation’

The Philippines has stepped up patrols in the disputed South China Sea ahead of the rollout of a new Chinese regulation that empowers its coast guard to detain foreigners accused of trespassing.

The regulation, which is effective from Saturday, marks a further escalation in tensions in the fiercely contested waterway, which is one of the world’s most economically important and busiest trading routes

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Stellantis says it will ‘fight’ for electric car sales rather than hide behind tariffs

The owner of Vauxhall, Jeep and Fiat says it opposes EU measures against Chinese EVs and wants to compete ‘as a global company’

The owner of the Jeep, Fiat and Vauxhall brands has said it will not take a defensive stance in the battle for electric car sales, amid signs of an escalating trade war in the market between Europe and China.

Stellantis’s chief executive, Carlos Tavares, has criticised the EU tariffs on imported Chinese cars announced on Wednesday and said the world’s fourth biggest carmaker preferred to “fight to stay competitive”.

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‘Thanks for the free rent’: Cheng Lei jokes about China detention in comedy debut

The journalist spent three years in prison but teams up with dissident Vicky Xu for gags about bad food, weight loss and giving Xi Jinping a hug

Cheng Lei, the journalist who was detained in China for three years, has offered to “reciprocate the hospitality” when the country’s premier, Li Qiang, visits Australia later this week.

Making her comedy debut in a one-off show in Melbourne with Vicky Xu – a writer and well-known Chinese dissident – Cheng joked that the premier had “got the dates wrong” and would miss their performance.

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‘We’re asking a lot of these people’: how fragile is the global supply chain?

A new book looks at how the pandemic highlighted issues with the supply chain and how precarious things still are

We seem to live in a time of magic, when a slight movement of our fingers can get us anything we ever wanted on our doorstep. A toaster? Yours tomorrow. Cat food? It will be here by Thursday. The process from click to door is so easy, it doesn’t require a second thought.

In his book, How the World Ran Out of Everything, New York Times journalist Peter Goodman is out to change that. With the amount of exploitation in the supply chain, the ease of such transactions is not magic – it’s more magical thinking.

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China’s maritime militia: the shadowy armada whose existence Beijing rarely acknowledges

They look like simple fishing boats but are capable of swarming in huge numbers to help Beijing stake its territorial claims in the South China Sea

Chinese fishing boats started swarming the Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea in mid May. Some had already been drifting around the picturesque reef in the Philippines exclusive economic zone for some time.

However, the Chinese boats were not regular fishing vessels, and they weren’t there to fish. They were there to counter a Philippine aid flotilla aiming to deliver supplies to fishers near the disputed shoal. In the end, the aid flotilla turned back before it reached the shoal.

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Dan's the man: Why Chinese women are looking to ChatGPT for love

A jailbreak version of ChatGPT is becoming popular with women who prefer it to real world dating.

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How will new EU tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles work?

The tariffs are aimed at countering the alleged state support handed to China’s car manufacturing industry

EU to put tariffs of up to 38% on Chinese EVs as trade war looms

The EU has told Beijing that it plans to impose new tariffs on imports of Chinese electric vehicles into the trading bloc, potentially triggering a trade war.

So what are the details, how will it affect the industry and will the price of cars on the dealership forecourt be affected?

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'I've been stabbed': US teacher recounts China attack

David Zabner describes the moments he was stabbed in an attack at a busy park in China.

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Anthony Albanese on climate change, Gaza and China – podcast

Guardian Australia political editor Karen Middleton speaks with prime minister Anthony Albanese about the Coalition’s decision to ditch the 2030 emissions target, pro-Palestine protests outside electorate offices, and the Indigenous voice eight months on

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EU to put tariffs of up to 38% on Chinese electric vehicles as trade war looms

Move, to be applied provisionally from July, would trigger duties of more than €2bn a year

The EU has notified Beijing that it intends to impose tariffs of up to 38% on imports of Chinese electric vehicles, triggering duties of more than €2bn (£1.7bn) a year and a likely trade war with China.

The tariffs will be applied provisionally from next month in line with World Trade Organization rules, which give China four weeks to challenge any evidence the EU provides to justify the levies on imported EVs.

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Panda diplomacy: Chinese premier Li Qiang could announce two new rare bears for Australia during state visit

Wang Wang and Fu Ni have not conceived during more than a decade at Adelaide Zoo, sparking speculation they may be replaced

Australia’s giant pandas – having failed to breed – could be swapped for a new pair.

Chinese premier Li Qiang is expected to make an announcement about the future of the rare bears when he visits South Australia on the weekend.

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Four US college instructors stabbed in public park in China

The instructors were on a daytime visit to a public park when they were attacked, Cornell College says.

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Why the EU might be about to make Chinese electric cars more expensive

Brussels is widely expected to introduce tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles coming to Europe.

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A cartoon cat has been vexing China’s censors – now he says they are on his tail

A student fears he is in China's crosshairs, for sharing the news Beijing doesn't want you to hear.

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The 47 Hong Kong activists in the city's largest national security case

From a 68-year-old former opposition lawmaker to a 27-year-old student activist, they represent the gamut of Hong Kong's democracy movement.

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What do China's drills around Taiwan tell us?

The Chinese military says the exercises aimed to "test its ability to seize power" on the island.

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What is Xi Jinping prepared to pay for Putin’s war?

China is a vital ally, but Mr Xi is facing increasing pressure to distance himself from his "dear friend".

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China’s spy threat is growing, but the West has struggled to keep up

For years, Western spy agencies have talked of a need to focus on China, but senior officials say the threat has not been taken seriously enough.

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How AI turned a Ukrainian YouTuber into a Russian

A YouTuber falls victim to generative AI on Chinese social media, but the ramifications stretch beyond China.

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China's Altay sees booming tourism

Tourists ride horses in Habahe County of Altay, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on June 4, 2024. According to the statistics of local authorities, Altay received 4.15 million tourist trips in May, which generated 3.65 billion yuan (about 504 million U.S. dollars) in tourism revenue, up 60.81 percent and 88.25 percent year-on-year respectively.

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