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    2017-April-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Win-win cooperation

    President Xi Jinping and his U.S. counterpart*, Donald Trump, pledged on Friday to expand mutually beneficial cooperation and manage differences on the basis of mutual respect.

    The two leaders agreed that their first meeting, held at the seaside Mar-a-Lago resort in the U.S. state of Florida, was “positive and fruitful.” During their talks over the two days, Xi and Trump exchanged views on key areas of bilateral cooperation as well as global and regional issues of common concern.

    Theft from imperial tombs

    Three people are in police custody in Beijing for stealing a pair of 400-year-old candle holders from the Ming imperial tombs, local authorities said on Saturday.

    The suspects — two people from Beijing and one from Central China’s Henan Province — have been implicated* in organized relic theft, Beijing police said. The mausoleums* were built for the emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The missing white marble candle holders, which were about 90 centimeters tall and weighed 200 kilograms each, belong in front of the mausoleum of the last Ming emperor Chongzhen.

    Informants on spying

    Beijing citizens who provide useful information on spying are eligible for a cash reward of up to 500,000 yuan (US$72,460), according to a policy that went into effect on Monday.

    Informants* can pass information to authorities by calling a hotline, sending letters or visiting the city’s state security bureau. After collating* the information, the bureau can offer rewards ranging from 10,000 yuan to 500,000 yuan based on the reports’ usefulness.

    Baidu, hospital sued

    Baidu is facing fresh accusations of publishing misleading advertising after the death of a woman who had surgery at a hospital she found using the tech giant’s search engine.

    Zhang Rui, 27, fell from the window of her apartment in September, less than a month after undergoing an operation on her nose at Urumqi Edward Hospital, a private hospital in the capital of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. She had visited the clinic after a search on Baidu ranked it at the top of a list of hospitals that excel in treating nasal conditions.(SD-Agencies)

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