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     2011-December-28  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Military supreme leader

The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the official news agency of North Korea, called Kim Jong Un, son of the late Kim Jong Il, the supreme leader of the country's revolutionary armed forces that are estimated to have 1.2 million soldiers in a report released on Saturday.

This is the first time that the North Korean media gave Kim Jong Un such a title.

Russian protesters

Tens of thousands of flag-waving and chanting protesters called on Saturday for a disputed parliamentary election to be rerun and an end to Vladimir Putin's rule, increasing pressure on the Russian leader as he tries to win back the presidency.

Haitian shipwreck

At least 38 people died on Saturday when a boat carrying Haitian migrants sunk off the coast of Guantanamo province in far eastern Cuban, Cuban television reported.

Bombings kill 60

A wave of at least 14 bombings ripped across Baghdad on Thursday morning, killing at least 60 people in the worst violence Iraq has seen for months.

The attacks struck days after the last U.S. forces left Iraq. Figures gathered from Iraqi health and police officials across the city put the death toll at 60, and 160 injured. The spokesman for the Iraqi health ministry put the death toll at 57 and said at least 176 people were injured.

GZ-SZ high-speed trains

Packed with passengers, the bullet train G6126 left Shenzhen North Railway Station at 10:40 a.m. on Monday, marking the official operation of Shenzhen-Guangzhou high-speed railway, which provides a new option for those looking for a means of traveling between the two thriving cities.

In just 28 minutes, the train, at a maximum speed of 310 kilometers per hour, arrived at Guangzhou South Railway Station without stopping, covering a distance of 102 km, 34 minutes faster than the 139-km rail link between Guangzhou East Station and Shenzhen Railway Station in Luohu.

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