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    2016-08-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Driver detained

    A man who made a U-turn to ram* another car in a fit of road rage in Zhongshan, Guangdong Province, has been detained by police and is likely to face criminal charges.

    A video clip of how he tried to get revenge on the other car went viral online. The man, surnamed Zhao, 32, was rear-ended on July 28 when he changed lanes and cut in front of another car, driven by a man surnamed Peng. After his car was rear-ended, Zhao jumped onto Peng’s car and kicked it while quarreling with Peng.

    ‘Straddling bus’ on hold

    Beijing-based Transit Explore Bus in Qinghuangdao City, Hebei Province, has locked up its futuristic road-straddling electric bus after its first test drive generated global media attention and extensive doubts.

    In the test, the Transit Elevated Bus, two meters above the road, ran for 300 meters on a specially constructed track while two lanes for cars passed undisturbed underneath. The city’s top economic planner, the National Development and Reform Commission of Qinhuangdao, said the bus project has not received approval.

    Ma appears in court

    Taiwan’s former leader Ma Ying-jeou made his first appearance in court on August 2 in a long-running libel* case against a commentator who claimed he had taken illicit political donations.

    It comes as Ma himself faces a series of cases brought by political rivals now that his leadership immunity has ended. Those cases make a range of allegations, including accusing Ma of leaking political secrets, failing to declare assets and benefiting a company in a controversial stadium construction project.

    Lost firefighter’s brother

    The mother of a firefighter who was killed in the explosions in Tianjin last year gave birth to a boy on August 1, reported the Beijing Times.

    Liu Yun’ai, 43, decided to have a baby by test tube technology as the pain of losing her son, Cai Jiayuan, was too much. The death of Cai devastated the family as his mother struggled to come to terms with* his death. Liu gave birth to a 4-kilogram baby on Monday morning after a C-section. Liu’s husband, Cai Laiyuan, burst into tears when he heard the good news and said, “My son, you now have a brother!”(SD-Agencies)

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