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FOLXTEN News , APR 1, 2017,

Broadcasters: Queenie(Qiao Min) 2015 English class 1

      Yuki(LuoXue), 2015 English class 1

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WHO: Environmental Pollution Kills Millions of Children Every Year

Environmental pollution kills 1.7 million children under the age of five every year worldwide.

This is according to the World Health Organization. It warns that child deaths will increase greatly if pollution continues to worsen. Dr. Margaret Chan is the WHO Director-General. In a press release statement, Chan said, "A polluted environment is a deadly one – particularly for young children." She explains that "their developing organs and immune systems, and smaller bodies and airways, make them especially vulnerable to dirty air and water." Experts say air pollution is the most dangerous

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international news

Anti-Israel Bias at UN Human Rights Council

At the 34th session of the UN Human Rights Council, the United States refused to participate in the debate session devoted to “human rights situation in Palestine and other occupied Arab territories.” The discussion took place in accordance with Agenda Item 7, which makes Israel -- and only Israel -- a permanent target of examination and discussion at each of the three yearly meetings of the Human Rights Council. “The U.S.,” said Spokesperson Toner, “is dedicated to the pursuit of respect for international human rights by all countries in the world, and we call on all member states and international partners who are committed to human rights to work with us to pursue much needed reforms in the UN Human Rights Council.”

Chinese news

China, New Zealand will boost cooperation

New Zealand became on Monday the first Western developed economy to sign a memorandum of understanding to align with China's Belt and Road Initiative during Premier Li Keqiang's visit to the country.Li and his New Zealand counterpart, Prime Minister Bill English, were on hand as the document was signed. It was one of 13 agreements the two countries signed to boost cooperation in fields such as customs clearance, education, fisheries and food exports.China and New Zealand will explore the possibilities of cooperation in various fields to promote interconnectivity between the two countries, Li said at a joint news conference.

Entertainment news

Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' continues to lead box office

Disney's live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast continued to dominate the North American box office with an estimated $88.3 million this weekend, and powered the movie studios to have the best cumulative march film attendance ever.

Edited by Queenie (QiaoMin)2015 English Class one

 

 

 

 
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