China and America agree on economic truce

This is a truce between the United States and China, after a cold economic war, after agreeing not to impose additional customs duties on each other, the official Xinhua news agency quoted Chinese Vice Premier Liu Hee.

The agreement is in the interest of Washington, which is suffering from a trade deficit with China.

Opening of the exhibition: The Art of the Chinese Porcelain

The City of Culture has opened wide its doors to Asian art in all its r, beauty and dexterity by hosting the exhibition "The Art of Chinese Porcelain", held from May 16 to 22 in the gallery of arts in the City of Culture.

The opening of this important exhibition took place on Wednesday, May 16 in the presence of M. Mohamed Zinelabidine, Minister of Cultural Affairs, M. Li Yi Vice-President of the Federation of Men of Letter and Artists of China, his Excellency M. Wang Wenbin, Ambassador of the Popular Republic of China in Tunisia as well as several other diplomats accredited in Tunis, in addition to artists and Chinese art lovers.

China: Back to school to kill colleagues because of sexual harassment

A young Chinese man was sexually harassed when he was a school student, making him despise his colleagues. He decided to kill them using a dagger.

He killed nine students and injured at least 10 others as they were returning to their homes in northern China.

US investigation with Huawei of China

The US authorities are investigating China's Huawei Technologies for violating sanctions against Iran, where Huawei is alleged to have shipped US products to Iran and other countries in violation of US export and sanctions laws.

News of the Justice Department investigation follows a series of US measures aimed at halting or reducing Huawei's and ZTE's access to the US economy amid accusations that the two companies may be using their technology to spy on Americans.

Russia, China, and America in a debate about Douma in Syria

As the Syrian forces make progress, the United States opens a hot file, aggravating the situation in the region and returning it to square one.

While President Bush had approved a plan to withdraw US troops from Syria, he announced that he would make a decision on military action in Syria in the coming hours, in response to allegations of "horrific attack on Syrian innocents with banned chemical weapons." Trump, who is responsible for the attack, Will pay a heavy price, "but did not specify who is responsible, and stressed that Washington" is studying the situation very carefully. "

Beijing and Washington, customs registration and warning of a trade war

The economy giant of Asia and the international policeman in an economic debate where the United States began to impose taxes on China's imports of steel and aluminum, to refund Beijing customs duties on 128 varieties of products imported from the United States and worth three billion dollars annually.

Beijing warned in March that it would not hesitate to impose tariffs on these exports in response to the heavy fees imposed by the administration of President Donald Trump on US imports of steel and aluminum, raising fears of a trade war between the two largest economic powers In the world.

The fall of the Chinese space station "Tiangong-1" unbridled

The abandoned Chinese space station "Tiangong-1" in the South Pacific, which has been out of control since 2016, crashed with the ground, to settle in the south-central Pacific, and destroyed most of its equipment over the atmosphere.

Where will the Chinese space station "Tiangong 1" fall?

The Chinese space station, "Tiangong 1", was placed in Earth orbit in 2011, but it will crumble into the Earth's atmosphere, and no one can know exactly where the wreckage of the station.

China confirms that the wreckage of its Tiangong 1 spacecraft will not cause any damage to the Earth, but will provide a "spectacular display" in the sky like meteor showers.

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