China is building a moon to light its streets

Abu Dhabi, Beijing: China will replace street lighting poles and will create a satellite that will send it to space in 2020 to double the real moonlight at night, where it is set to light about 80 kilometers from the ground below.

China announced its new project during the national innovation and entrepreneurial activity in Chengdu.

The head of the Chengdu Research Institute of Space Science and Microelectronics Technology Co., Ltd., Wu Chunfeng explained that the test of luminance moon began years ago, and now the technology is finally ready.

The satellite is scheduled to illuminate Chengdu, one of the three most populous cities in western China, with some 14.5 million people living there.

China stops buying US oil

Abu Dhabi, Beijing:China is the second largest consumer of US oil since Trump was allowed to export it two years ago.

However, the trade war between Beijing and Washington had to affect these oil relations between the two countries, as China decided to stop importing US crude oil.

The disappearance of the head of international Interpol Honghui Ming in China

Abu Dhabi, Beijing: Officially, Interpol International has asked China to clarify the circumstances of the disappearance of the head of the Hong Kong Ming, when the arrival of Beijing.

Hong Kong's 64-year-old Hong Kong has been under investigation in China and may be "taken off" at the airport for reasons still unclear, according to Hong Kong's China Morning Post.

Postpone the deportation of Uighur Muslims from Sweden waiting for a solution coming from China

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Uighurs Muslims in China are one of the most important files criticized by the United Nations addressed to Beijing.

Xinjiang has a population of 22 million, less than half of whom are Uighurs, many of whom say they are discriminated against by the Han ethnic majority in China.

Jack Ma, the richest man in China and the founder of "Ali Baba," who made his promise to America

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Jack Ma, 54, the richest man in China, founder of the giant e-commerce group Ali Baba, in January 2017 in New York, and Donald Trump, after his election as president, promised to secure a million jobs in the United States because of the war, With the official Chinese media.

But, today I have left his promise, explained the reasons in this.

China threatens America after Katsa penalty

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, For the first time, the United States applied sanctions under the Katsa Act, which was originally designed to punish Moscow for annexing the Crimea and other activities to a country other than Russia.

The State Department has announced that it is implementing the 2017 law against the China Defense Ministry's Equipment Development Authority to purchase Sukhawe Su-35 and S-400 surface-to-air missiles.

Chinese child was playing with a bomb three years

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, By coincidence, Chinese police were summoned to investigate an incident in a residential complex in Jeddah and her grandson with the rest of the family.

"Do not touch her, it's a deadly bomb that could explode at any moment," the woman's police officer shouted.

Horror video, Hurricane "Mancot" hits China

Abu Dhabi, China, Typhoon Mankot hit Guangdong province, China's most densely populated province, and the scene was horrifying as surveillance cameras showed wind blowing buildings, people and cars at speeds of up to 162 kilometers per hour.

The state of high alert was announced in the Territory, after the strong typhoon struck Hong Kong, shaking the skyscrapers there and breaking the windows.

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