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szdaily -> China
At a Glance
    2018-February-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Missile interception

CHINA yesterday announced the success of a mid-course land-based missile interception test.

The test of the interception technology was conducted Monday within China’s territory and achieved a preset goal, said the Ministry of National Defense. The test is defensive and does not target any country, said the ministry.

Panama rail project

REPRESENTATIVES of Panama’s government and China Railway Design Corp. held their first technical meeting over a proposed rail line in the Central American country, Panama’s Foreign Affairs Ministry said Monday.

The project is among 22 cooperation agreements signed between Panama and China since the two established diplomatic ties in June 2017, the ministry said in a statement.

The meeting held Friday was presided over by Roberto Roy, Panamanian minister of Panama Canal Affairs and director general of Panama Metro. The agenda was conducting a feasibility study for a rail route for cargo and passenger trains linking Panama City with the northwestern province of Chiriqui on the border with neighboring Costa Rica.

The rail line would shorten the time of transit between the capital and the border region, which is some 450 km away, to just two and a half hours and is expected to spur trade.

Ancient cities unearthed

FOUR ancient cities dating back about 2,200 years have been discovered in Southwest China’s Sichuan Province, local authorities said yesterday.

According to the Sichuan Provincial Cultural Relics and Archaeology Research Institute, the four ancient cities existed between the Western Han (206 B.C.-24 A.D.) and the Eastern Jin (317-420) dynasties.

Excavation began in 2014, uncovering walls, gates, wells, and tombs in the sites of the ancient cities.

A selection of cultural relics including bronze ware, terra-cotta figurines, and eaves tiles were unearthed during the excavation.

 

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