|Major Automakers Turn Green to Cash in on Growing Market|
With environmentally-friendly vehicles and the need for sustainable growth a government priority, major automakers are launching hybrids and plug-ins, which customers are snapping up.
|School Uniform Complained for Sky-high Price|
A high school in Dongguan, south China's Guangdong province, is under fire for asking students to pay 2180 yuan, or about 352 USD, for uniforms.
|UNICEF Starts Delivering Relief Aid to Yemen|
The United Nations Children's Fund has started delivering medical aid to Yemen. UNICEF spokesperman Mohamed Al-Asadi says the aid includes essentials for hospitals in the country.
|PLA Navy Micro Blog Goes Full Steam ahead|
The People's Liberation Army navy has started a micro blog, becoming the first branch of the Chinese military to do so.
|McDonald's to Shut 220 Stores down in China and US|
McDonald's has announced plans to shut down around 350 of its outlets around the world.
|China Mulls Inland Nuclear Power Plant Building|
China's National Energy Administration is analysing whether the country should build inland nuclear power plants.
|Chinese Poet Wang Guozhen Passes away at 59|
Renowned Chinese poet Wang Guozhen passed away in Beijing on April 26, 2015, from liver cancer. The poems of the 59-year-old poet were popular in the 1980s and 1990s, and represented a cultural phenomenon during that period.
|Nepal Quake Toll Rises to 3218|
The death toll from this weekend's massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal has risen to 3,218. Aftershocks from the quake are said to be hindering attempts to rescue those who may still be trapped under the rubble.
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