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公费师范生怎么招 如何培养?新规解读→

  为优化师范生公费教育制度,加强研究生层次中小学教师培养,吸引优秀人才从教,优化师资配置,日前,国务院办公厅转发教育部等部门《教育部直属师范大学本研衔接师范生公费教育实施办法》,今年起施行。今天我们就来关注这一新规,重点聚焦这样几个问题:公费师范生如何进行选拔培养?如何保障公费师范生的培养质量?如何确保公费师范生毕业后能够履行义务?有哪些具体措施推动新规落地?公费师范生就是指由中央或地方财政负责安排学生在校期间的学费、住宿费,并为学生提供生活补贴的一种教育政策。这些学生通常在教育部直属的六所师范大学(北京师范大学、华东师范大学、华中师范大学、东北师范大学、陕西师范大学、西南大学)或地方指定的师范类院校就读。

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四川银行股份有限公司副行长杨朝晖接受审查调查

  中新网6月14日电 据四川省纪委监委消息: 四川银行股份有限公司副行长杨朝晖涉嫌严重违纪违法,目前正接受四川省纪委监委纪律审查和监察调查。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)第十二届两岸公益论坛启幕 两岸共探“公益助推两岸融合发展”

  中新网厦门6月14日电 (记者 杨伏山)第十二届两岸公益论坛14日在厦门开幕,来自两岸86家社会组织的200余名代表、志愿者和专家学者与会,围绕“公益助推两岸融合发展”主题共同展开探讨。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)连胜文引《庆余年2》台词勉励两岸青年交流合作

  中新社厦门6月14日电 (记者 龙敏)中国国民党副主席连胜文14日在厦门出席第二十二届海峡青年论坛时,引用《庆余年2》台词勉励两岸青年交流合作,“只怕自己的光燃烧得不够强烈”。

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云南在31个国家(地区)设立驻外商务代表处 实现南亚东南亚全覆盖

  中新网昆明6月14日电 (张潇尹)记者14日从云南省商务厅对外贸易处获悉,截至目前,云南省已在31个国家(地区)设立驻外商务代表处,实现南亚、东南亚全覆盖。该处与云南省广东商会就建立常态化的合作机制达成共识,将联手进一步开拓南亚东南亚市场。

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50个国家和地区270余名侨领侨商将出席第20届东盟华商会

  中新网昆明6月14日电 (记者 胡远航)云南省人民政府新闻办公室14日发布消息称,由中国侨联和云南省人民政府联合主办的侨连五洲·七彩云南—第20届东盟华商会,将于6月18日至23日在昆明举办。届时,将有来自50个国家和地区的270余名侨领侨商参会。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)第二十二届海峡青年论坛在厦门举办

  中新网厦门6月14日电 (记者 龙敏)6月14日,第二十二届海峡青年论坛在厦门举办,吸引了两岸青年550余人参加。

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浙江省丽水市人大常委会副主任戴邦和接受审查调查

  中新网6月14日电 据浙江省纪委监委消息:丽水市人大常委会副主任戴邦和涉嫌严重违纪违法,目前正接受浙江省纪委监委纪律审查和监察调查。

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第十四届昆明·泰国节开幕

  中新社昆明6月14日电 (记者 韩帅南)2024年第十四届昆明·泰国节14日在云南省昆明市开幕,吸引不少市民游客到现场观看泰国文化表演、品尝美食、选购泰国商品。

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公安部解读8项公安交管便民利企改革新措施

  中新网6月14日电 据公安部交通管理局微信公众号消息,6月13日,公安部在京召开新闻发布会,公布8项公安交管便民利企改革新措施,内容包括深化电子证照推广应用、进一步减证便民、进一步优化城市路口非机动车交通组织、进一步创新“互联网+交管”服务。

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京港、沪港高铁动卧列车首发团香港受捧

  中新社香港6月14日电 (记者 戴小橦)北京、上海与香港间开行的普速直通车15日起将提质升级为两市与香港西九龙站间的高铁动卧列车。有香港旅行社表示,已于近日推出高铁动卧列车首发旅行团,市民报名反应热烈。

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“中国能干成任何事情!”驻华使节点赞中国装备制造

  中新社上海6月14日电 (记者 郭超凯)“中国能干成任何事情!”正造访上海的牙买加驻华大使亚瑟·威廉姆斯,近日频频为中国高端装备制造点赞。

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中国国家开发银行原副行长周清玉一审被控受贿逾6700万元

  中新社北京6月14日电 (记者 张素)记者从中国最高人民法院获悉,6月14日,吉林省长春市中级人民法院一审公开开庭审理了国家开发银行原党委委员、副行长周清玉受贿、利用影响力受贿一案。

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李强同新西兰总理拉克森共同出席中新教育发展论坛

  中新社奥克兰6月14日电 (记者 谢雁冰)当地时间6月14日下午,中国国务院总理李强在奥克兰同新西兰总理拉克森共同出席中国—新西兰教育发展论坛闭幕式并致辞。约160多名大学校长、教育机构代表等两国教育界人士出席。

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中越医学专科高级人才培训班在广西南宁开班

  中新社南宁6月14日电 (张广权 蓝飞燕 何梦莹)中越医学专科高级人才培训班14日在广西南宁开班。

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中国海军“和平方舟”号医院船将执行“和谐使命—2024”任务

  中新社北京6月14日电 (记者 李纯)中国国防部新闻发言人张晓刚14日就近期涉军问题发布消息。他介绍说,中国海军“和平方舟”号医院船将执行“和谐使命—2024”任务。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)两岸金融界人士聚焦“两岸台企视野下的大陆资本市场”

  中新网厦门6月14日电 (记者 杨伏山)海峡金融论坛·台企发展峰会14日在厦门举行。两岸台资企业、台湾青年、金融机构、专家学者等相聚厦门,聚焦“两岸台企视野下的大陆资本市场”主题,在全球发展大格局视野下,搭建两岸沟通交流平台,共同为台企台胞台青融入大陆资本市场新发展格局建言献策;推动台企融入大陆资本市场,为台企高质量发展提供金融助力和智库支持。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)“登陆”台青的“接力跑”:从未停下脚步

  中新社厦门6月14日电 题:“登陆”台青的“接力跑”:从未停下脚步

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中方回应欧盟发表年度涉港和涉澳报告 敦促欧方改掉“教师爷”的老毛病

  中新网布鲁塞尔6月14日电 中国驻欧盟使团14日回应欧盟发表年度涉港和涉澳报告,敦促欧方改掉“教师爷”的老毛病,立即停止插手港澳事务,停止干涉中国内政。

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京杭对话五周年:让全世界听见中国大运河的声音

  中新网杭州6月14日电 题:京杭对话五周年:让全世界听见中国大运河的声音

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李强同新西兰总理拉克森共同出席新西兰各界举行的欢迎宴会

  中新社奥克兰6月14日电 (记者 谢雁冰)当地时间6月14日晚,中国国务院总理李强在奥克兰博物馆同新西兰总理拉克森共同出席新西兰各界举行的欢迎宴会并致辞。新各界人士代表约300人出席。

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推动两岸交流合作 第十六届海峡论坛在福建拉开帷幕

  今天,第十六届海峡论坛在福建正式拉开帷幕。福建省人民政府新闻办公室今天(14日)上午举行新闻发布会,介绍本届论坛的筹备情况。

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李强同新西兰总理拉克森共同出席中新教育发展论坛

  新华社惠灵顿6月14日电(记者田栋栋 郭磊)当地时间6月14日下午,国务院总理李强在奥克兰同新西兰总理拉克森共同出席中国-新西兰教育发展论坛闭幕式并致辞。约160多名大学校长、教育机构代表等两国教育界人士出席。

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李强同新西兰总理拉克森共同出席新西兰各界举行的欢迎宴会时强调 弘扬传统友好 打造中新全面战略伙伴关系升级版

  新华社惠灵顿6月14日电(记者查文晔 苟洪景)当地时间6月14日晚,国务院总理李强在奥克兰博物馆同新西兰总理拉克森共同出席新西兰各界举行的欢迎宴会并致辞。新各界人士代表约300人出席。

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王沪宁在两岸融合发展示范区建设专题推进会上强调 贯彻落实新时代党解决台湾问题的总体方略 推动两岸融合发展示范区建设取得新成效

  新华社厦门6月14日电 两岸融合发展示范区建设专题推进会14日在福建厦门召开。中共中央政治局常委、全国政协主席王沪宁出席并讲话。他表示,深化两岸融合发展,支持福建探索海峡两岸融合发展新路、建设两岸融合发展示范区,是以习近平同志为核心的党中央作出的重大决策部署。要贯彻党的二十大精神和新时代党解决台湾问题的总体方略,从战略和全局上谋划和推进两岸融合发展示范区建设,引领和推动两岸融合发展走深走实。

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奏响向海图强新乐章——福建做好经略海洋大文章,全面推进海洋强省建设

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推动高质量发展,这些年,贵州这样干!

  近年来,贵州坚定围绕“四新”主攻“四化”,加快转变发展方式,改变以投资拉动为主的增长模式,在新发展格局中找准定位,推动经济实现质的有效提升和量的合理增长,经济总量迈上了2万亿元新台阶,高质量发展成为贵州的主旋律。

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(聚焦海峡论坛)金门县副县长:“两门”共同发展是历史必然

  中新社厦门6月14日电 (记者 闫旭)“金门与厦门(简称‘两门’)肩负着两岸桥梁的重要使命,共同发展是历史的必然。”金门县副县长李文良14日在厦门参加第二届厦金同城生活圈论坛时如是说道。

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国防部:“台独”分裂势力闹腾得越凶灭亡得越快

  中新社北京6月14日电 (记者 李纯)中国国防部新闻发言人张晓刚14日在北京表示,“台独”分裂势力阻挡解放军无异于飞蛾扑火,闹腾得越凶灭亡得越快。

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珠江防总、珠江委启动Ⅳ级应急响应

  中新网广州6月14日电 (记者 王坚)6月7日以来,珠江流域中西部地区出现大范围持续性强降雨过程,珠江防汛抗旱总指挥部(下称“珠江防总”)于6月14日10时启动防汛Ⅳ级应急响应,水利部珠江水利委员会(下称“珠江委”)同步启动洪水防御Ⅳ级应急响应。

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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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China’s glut of idle property causes headache for the government

The industry that has traditionally powered about a quarter of GDP has been in a downward spiral that policymakers have struggled to halt

All across China, from Beijing in the north, to Shenzhen in the south, millions of newly built homes stand empty and unwanted. There were nearly 391m sq metres of unsold residential property in China as of April, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. That is the equivalent of Manchester and Birmingham combined – and then some – sitting as vacant, unwanted property.

This glut of idle property has caused a headache for the government, shaken the world’s second largest economy and raised tensions over the purpose of housebuilding in a nation where property investment had been viewed as a safe bet.

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Albanese announces China's premier to visit Australia for first time since 2017 – video

China’s premier, Li Qiang, will travel to Australia for a four-day trip in what will be the first visit by a Chinese premier in seven years. Australia's prime minister, Anthony Albanese, said the visit represents 'another important step in stabilising our relationship with China’. A spokesperson for the Chinese foreign ministry, Lin Jian, said the visit aims to build a more 'fruitful' China-Australia partnership. The visit comes after years of trade disputes in which Beijing slapped sanctions on $20bn worth of Australian products at the height of a diplomatic feud in 2020

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The Guardian view on the rule of law in Hong Kong: the verdict of foreign judges is damning | Editorial

The conviction of peaceful pro-democracy activists is another shameful moment in the ongoing crackdown

Seven years ago, Lord Neuberger, a judge of the Hong Kong court of final appeal – and formerly president of the UK’s supreme court – described the Chinese region’s foreign judges as “canaries in the mine”. Their willingness to serve was a sign that judicial independence remained healthy, “but if they start to leave in droves, that would represent a serious alarm call”.

That was before the extraordinary uprising in 2019 to defend Hong Kong’s autonomy, and the crackdown that followed. The draconian national security law of 2020 prompted the resignation of an Australian judge, and two British judges quit in 2022. Last week, two more birds flew: Lord Sumption and Lord Collins of Mapesbury. Lord Sumption (with other judges) had said that continued participation was in the interests of the people of Hong Kong. Now he says that those hopes of sustaining the rule of law are “no longer realistic” and that “a [once] vibrant and politically diverse community is slowly becoming a totalitarian state”. He cited illiberal legislation, Beijing’s ability to reverse decisions by Hong Kong courts and an oppressive political environment where judges are urged to demonstrate “patriotism”.

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Man arrested after four US academics stabbed in park during China visit

Group from Cornell College and a Chinese person who tried to help have non life-threatening injuries after attack in Jilin province

Four US college instructors teaching in China have been stabbed while visiting a public park, US officials have said.

The tutors from Cornell College in Iowa were at the park in Jilin province, north-eastern China, with a faculty member from Beihua University on Monday when the attack occurred, the college president Jonathan Brand said in a statement. The private college in Iowa partners with the university near Jilin City.

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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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Hong Kong is ‘slowly becoming a totalitarian state​’, says UK judge

​L​ord Sumption, who last week quit territory’s top court​, speaks out on ‘paranoid atmosphere’ under Chinese rule

A British judge has described the “paranoid atmosphere” in Hong Kong as he explained his decision to step down from the territory’s top court.

Jonathan Sumption, along with another British judge, Lawrence Collins, last week resigned from Hong Kong’s court of final appeal (CFA).

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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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Stop Shein listing on the FTSE, workers’ rights campaigners urge

Groups issue call to next government amid criticism of online fashion retailer’s labour practices and accusations of copying

Workers rights campaigners have called for the UK’s next government to oppose the online fashion business Shein joining the FTSE, arguing that a London listing would be “yet another betrayal to working people everywhere and the planet”.

Alena Ivanova, campaigns lead at Labour Behind the Label, said it had heard the news of senior British politicians courting Shein’s £50bn listing “with dismay” given what she claimed was a lack of transparency about its supply chain and ethical concerns.

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EU expected to impose import tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles

Experts believe Beijing will retaliate with measures that could hit European exports from cheese to cognac

The EU is expected to notify China that it will impose tariffs on electric vehicle imports this week, firing the starting gun on a potential summer trade war with Beijing.

A formal pre-disclosure of tariffs could happen as early as Wednesday, after a lengthy investigation into China’s state subsidies for its car manufacturing, which is predicted to conclude that massive support continues to be concentrated on the EV sector.

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Guterres warns humanity on ‘knife’s edge’ as AI raises nuclear war threat

UN secretary general makes plea for nuclear states to agree on mutual pledge not to be first to use nuclear weapons

The UN secretary general, António Guterres, has warned that the spread of artificial intelligence technology multiplies the threat of nuclear war, and that humanity is now “on a knife’s edge” as dangers to its existence coalesce.

Guterres’s warning is due to be shown on a recorded video to be played on Friday morning at the annual meeting of the US Arms Control Association (ACA) in Washington.

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Three arrested in Hong Kong for ‘insulting’ Chinese anthem at World Cup qualifier

Police say spectators ‘turned their backs toward the pitch and did not stand for the playing of the national anthem’

Three people have been arrested for turning their backs and remaining seated when China’s national anthem was played prior to Hong Kong’s home World Cup qualifier against Iran, police have said.

Football spectators in Hong Kong used to boo the Chinese anthem as a show of political discontent, but the government banned the practice in 2020 as part of a wider crackdown after huge democracy protests in the city.

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Hiker finds pipe feeding China's tallest waterfall

A hiker posted a video showing the water flow of the fall was coming from a pipe built into the rock face.

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Here review – romantic connection in the forest in gentle and beguiling drama

Lives change course after a chance encounter between a construction worker and an academic in Bas Devos’s microscopically detailed gem of a film

Belgian director Bas Devos’s gentle, delicate and quietly beguiling movie, a prize winner last year in Berlin, is about love and fate. It crept up on me at its own measured walking pace – and it incidentally has the best and cleverest last line of any film I have seen this year.

Stefan (Stefan Gota) is a Romanian construction worker in Brussels who is preparing to go back home for a summer holiday, but isn’t at all sure how long he’ll stay or if he’ll ever come back. He wanders around handing out plastic containers of his homemade soup as farewell gifts to the friends he’s made around the place. Meanwhile, Shuxiu is a Chinese grad student in bryology working on a doctoral thesis on mosses and working part-time in her aunt’s takeaway restaurant (she is played by Liyo Gong, an actor and editor who worked on Youth, Wang Bing’s epic documentary about transient workers in the Zhejiang province).

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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 top legislator stresses high-quality work of people's congresses

SHIJIAZHUANG, June 4 (Xinhua) -- Zhao Leji, China's top legislator, has stressed efforts to carry out the work of the people's congresses in the new era to a high quality standard.

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