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    2016-01-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Man arrested

    A man suspected of setting fire to a public bus in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in northwestern China on January 5 has been apprehended*. The fire killed 17 people and injured 32 others.

    Police officials had suspected the fire to be a case of arson* and arrested a 34-year-old man named Ma Yongping in relation to a “major crime” in an incomplete building in Helan County at 4:30 p.m. after a manhunt. His trousers were burned.

    Approvals scrapped

    China on January 5 stopped requiring couples to apply for official approval before having a first or second child, following the abolition* of the one-child policy.

    The move, which entered effect immediately, was announced by the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and the State Council. They said the approval system will be replaced by birth registrations for couples’ first and second children.

    Fraud gang busted

    Chinese police have busted* a cross-border telecom fraud gang and seized 470 suspects after collaborating with Lao police, the Ministry of Public Security said in a statement on its official website on Friday.

    On December 30, Chinese and Lao police destroyed three dens and seized more than 500 mobile phones, 400 computers and four vehicles in Laos.

    All suspects were immediately sent to Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, under the escort of Chinese police from Laos. It is the biggest telecom fraud case busted in a recent crackdown launched by the ministry.

    H5N6 patient gives birth

    A woman infected with the H5N6 bird flu virus has given birth to a healthy child in Zhaoqing City in Guangdong Province.

    The 40-year-old woman, surnamed He, has been in critical condition since she was hospitalized on December 28 after six days of coughing and fever.

    He, who was 35 weeks pregnant, had a caesarean* section the day after hospitalization. Checks confirmed that the baby hasn’t been infected with the virus. The patient’s condition is complicated, as she needs to recover from surgery while fighting a lung infection and other organ problems, doctors said. (SD-Agencies)

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