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    2014-10-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Earthquake hits Yunnan

    Thousands of rescuers were deployed in Yunnan Province on October 8 after a 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit the province on October 7.

    School buildings were widely damaged in the area, reports said, although the quake struck during the night and no pupil deaths were recorded. Xinhua said 100 schools were damaged.

    The quake has killed at least one person and left 324 injured, 12 seriously, Xinhua said.

    

    Orange pollution alert in BJ

    The Chinese capital’s second day of thick smog had prompted an orange alert — the second highest — for heavy pollution and resulted in almost 20 highways in the city and neighboring provinces being partially closed.

    The Beijing pollution level remained at the highest level on October 9, meaning air quality is a health threat to the entire population.

    

    27 hostages released

    Ten Chinese and 17 local hostages* were released in Cameroon, where they were kidnapped earlier this year in raids blamed on the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram, Cameroon’s president said on Saturday.

    “The 27 hostages abducted on May 16 in Waza and on July 27 in Kolofata were released to the Cameroonian authorities this night,” President Paul Biya said in a statement on national radio.

    The 10 Chinese citizens and other hostages, including the wife of Cameroon’s deputy prime minister, were all “safe and sound,” he said.

    

    Gov. websites attacked

    An anonymous group of computer hackers released hundreds of Chinese phone numbers and email addresses on Sunday morning shortly after the government denounced* its threat of cyberattacks in apparent support of Hong Kong’s Occupy protest.

    The international hacker group released approximately 600 entries of contact information.

    Some of the entries show individual IP addresses and email addresses, while others carry names and mobile phone numbers.(SD-Agencies)

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