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It's fair or not to ban burkini in France?

The burkini, a body-concealing women's swimsuit that fits a conservative Islamic dress code, has stirred controversy in France, but on the beaches of North Africa, it has made few waves.

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Corrupt officials come up with creative

China's anti-graft campaign continues to be intense, with 163,000 people punish

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CEO courses for 3-year-olds now availabl

According to CRI News, many entrepreneurs are now setting up training institutio

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Does Prisoners' organs harvest' a lie?

In March 2006, the "Falun Gong" cult began fabricating and disseminating rumors

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Should France ban the burkini?

The ban on the Islamic burkini swimsuit on some French beaches has triggered di

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Can school fire a teacher with ovarian cancer?

A college in Gansu province said on Monday that it would pay the salary of a teacher with ovarian cancer whom it fired for long-term absenteeism-and who subsequently died.

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Car-hailing firms try new business frontier

New regulations and a blockbuster merger between the industry's largest players are reshaping the business landscape for China's car-hailing app companies.

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Is homeschooling beneficial for children?

In 2005, Li Tiejun, a father in the southwestern city of Luzhou, made headlines across China when he challenged the public education system. He had his daughter

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Should they be given the second chance?

US women’s 4×100-metre relay team dropped the baton in Thursday’s first-round heat, but after arguing sprinter Allyson Felix was impeded upon during a hand-off to English Gardner,

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Saluting Olympic divers, 17-year-old jumped off 25-m bridge

After admiring the athletes at the Olympic games for the past several weeks, a 17-year-old boy in central China's Hunan province recently jumped off a 25-meter-high bridge

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