|Canada returns cultural relics and fossils to China|
The Canadian government has returned several pieces of lost cultural relics and fossils to China. The handover ceremony was held in Ottawa, the Canadian capital, on Wednesday.
|Nokia's comeback smartphone goes on sale in China|
Nokia's first smartphone for Android and the first smartphone under the Nokia brand after the company sold its handset unit to Microsoft in 2014, goes on sale on Thursday exclusively through Chinese internet retailer JD.com.
|First ever freight train from China arrives in London|
Just 17 days earlier, on January 1st, the first ever í«Block Train' left Yiwu West Station and travelled via seven countries before entering the Channel Tunnel and making its way to the Barking Eurohub in east London.
|China to launch 1st earthquake monitoring satellite|
A Chinese-made electromagnetic test satellite will be launched in the second half of 2017 to monitor earthquakes. It will be the first satellite of its kind for China.
|S.Korean court rejects request to detain Samsung heir|
The Seoul Central District Court has rejected an arrest warrant sought for the heir of the South Korean consortium Samsung, saying there is no solid evidence to warrant it.
|80 killed, dozens hurt in northern Mali explosion|
A suicide bomb attack has killed at least 80 people and wounded more than 100 soldiers and former fighters in a camp in northern Mali, according to officials at a local hospital.
|Critically endangered marbled cat filmed in southwest China|
A marbled cat has been filmed at the Gaoligongshan National Natural Reserve in southwest China's Yunnan province.
|Chinese former steel company boss stands trial for bribery|
Deng Qilin, former chairman of major Chinese steelmaker Wuhan Iron and Steel (Group) Corp., stood trial on Wednesday on charges of taking bribes.
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