A total of 71 journalists were killed from January to June of 2015 in 24 countries, a 7-percent increase compared with the same period last year, a report released Thursday by the Press Emblem Campaign (PEC) said.
We present some of the most striking images from major stories around the world in the past week. Taxi drivers lead a national protest against car-sharing service Uber in France. Victims of Charleston massacre mourned in US. British Queen Elizabeth II is on an official visit to Germany.
The UN Mission in Central African Republic (MINUSCA) reported that it received allegations of sexual abuse against street children in the capital Bangui by its peacekeepers, said a spokesperson here on Tuesday.
True love never runs smooth, man's new member up to the job, nuclear bunker safe as houses and spirit world or just a spoof? Interesting, red-hot and downright odd anecdotes from around the world in our news review of the week.
We present some of the most striking images from major stories around the world in the past week. MERS outbreak ravages S Korea. Hillary Clinton pitches campaign at ordinary US citizens. Barbara Bush celebrates 90th birthday.
Record-breaking baby for very large mom; woman heads to court in bid to sell plots on the Sun; how to make money by relieving yourself in India and heavyweight kangaroo packs a punch. Interesting, red-hot and downright odd anecdotes from around the world in our news review of the week.
Nestlé to invest over 100 million yuan to strengthen production of ice cream and cold storage facilities
The new production line of Nestlé Ice Cream Factory in Tianjin was officially put into operation and the first batch of "8 Cubes" ice cream products came off the production line on Monday. In addition, cold storage facilities in Guangzhou Factory were also put into operation recently.