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    2017-April-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Phone talks

    President Xi Jinping called for restraint* when dealing with North Korea during a telephone call with U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday.

    Xi — in his second phone conversation with Trump since their summit this month — said China strongly opposed North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, which is in violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions, and hoped “all parties will exercise restraint and avoid aggravating the situation” on the Korean Peninsula. “Only if all sides bear the responsibilities they’re supposed to bear and come together, can the nuclear issue on the peninsula be resolved as quickly as possible,” Xi said.

    Papers retracted

    An international medical journal’s retraction* of 107 research papers from China, many of them by clinical doctors, has reignited concerns over academic credibility* in the country.

    “Tumor Biology,” a journal published by Springer Nature, announced last week that it had retracted the papers after an investigation showed the peer review* process had been compromised*. “The articles were submitted with reviewer suggestions, which had real researcher names but fabricated email addresses,” said Peter Butler, editorial director for cell biology and biochemistry at Springer Nature.

    Tiger baby boom

    More than 50 tiger cubs have been born at the world’s largest breeding center for Siberian* tigers in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province so far this month.

    “The cubs are in good health and are living in the two Siberian tiger parks under the Heilongjiang Hengdao Hezi Cat Family Breeding Center,” said Liu Dan, chief engineer of one of the parks. According to Liu, breeders have prepared fresh goat’s milk and egg yolks for the cubs.

    Tianzhou-1 docking

    China’s Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft conducted its first docking* with the country’s Tiangong II space laboratory on Saturday afternoon.

    The rendezvous* and docking process started at 10:02 a.m. on Saturday and was completed at 12:23 p.m., according to the China Manned Space Agency. Next, the two spacecraft will stay for about two months in the orbit nearly 380 kilometers above the Earth. (SD-Agencies)

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