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The Arrest of "City Hunter"
   2015-01-21 09:10:39    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Guo
 

Beijing Morning Post

Highway toll free days

China's drivers can enjoy a total of 20 toll-free days on highways this year.

Authorities say small passenger cars are free from tolling during four national holidays, including the upcoming Spring Festival.

China Daily

Health official defends hospital in girl's HIV infection

The provincial health authority says a hospital and blood center do not bear any liability for a five-year-old girl's infection of HIV during an operation in Fujian.

Further investigation confirmed that the girl contracted HIV from a blood transfusion during an operation for her congenital heart disease.

The HIV blood was from one donor who passed routine tests during the blood donation because his own infection was so recent it was not yet detectable.

Chongqing Morning Post

Scholarship offered by teacher

A journalism professor from Sichuan International Studies University has set up scholarship in his own name for students with outstanding performance.

The professor says he wants to encourage students to focus more on academic study and service spirit.

The scholarship depends on students' class attendance, daily performance, field research, and participation in student affairs.

Huaxi Metropolitan Daily

The arrest of "city hunter"

Eight people have been arrested for killing seven wild animals in Sichuan.

Local police say the poachers were driving luxury cars late at night when they went hunting.

It added local forest police have launched a crackdown on poaching.

Global Times

Monkey trainers cleared of wildlife violations

Four monkey trainers charged with illegally transporting rare wildlife were found not guilty after a second trial in Heilongjiang Province.

The court says the four trainers transported six nationally-protected macaque monkeys from a county in Henan to Heilongjiang without a wildlife transportation license.

But since they did not harm any of the monkeys, they were cleared of the charges.

Shanghai Daily

No link between sick US pets and Chinese snacks

China's top quality supervisor says that tests have found no direct evidence to connect pet sickness in the United States to snacks made in China.

It said its testing and that of the US Food and Drug Administration have not found any connection or any poisonous ingredients in the snacks.

The statement came after US retailer Petco said earlier this month that it was pulling all pet treats made in China from its 1,300 stores.

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