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Interview: Egypt expects breakthrough in tourism after visits of foreign delegations: governor
Interview: Egypt expects breakthrough in tourism after visits of foreign delegations: governor
A breakthrough in the ailing tourism sector in Egypt is expected soon following the recent and coming visits of foreign delegations from Britain, France and Russia to check security measures in the country, especially in the popular Red Sea resort city of Sharm El-Sheikh, South Sinai governor Khaled Fouda told Xinhua in a recent exclusive interview.
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Xinhua Insight: China launches first-ever quantum communication satellite
08-16 08:13
China successfully launched the world's first quantum satellite from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwestern Gobi Desert at 1:40 a.m. on Tuesday.
News Analysis: Clock ticking against Trump to start acting more "presidential"
08-16 09:16
While his bombastic rhetoric helped him win the Republican primaries, analysts said time is running out for U.S. Republican nominee Donald Trump to start acting more "presidential" in order to win the presidential race.
Interview: China's Belt and Road Initiative conducive to reviving world economy: senior UN official
08-16 07:30
The world economy remains flaccid now even eight years after the outbreak of the global economic and financial crisis, but China's Belt and Road Initiative is conducive to efforts to revive the global economy, a senior UN official told Xinhua.
Interview: South Sudan's agriculture, wildlife hit hard by climate change: UNEP
08-16 07:30
South Sudan's agriculture and wildlife is reeling from effects of unmitigated climate change, as food insecurity, poaching persists amid deforestation, a UN Environment Programme (UNEP) official said on Monday.
Interview: African countries expect G20 Summit to address global challenges
08-16 07:30
African countries have high expectations for the upcoming G20 Summit, which is expected to address a series of burning issues affecting the world, particularly developing countries, South African experts have said.
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