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BEIJING Nike Air Max Black Sale , April 29 (Xinhua) -- China is stepping up efforts to bring more citizens home from Nepal as rescue work enters its fourth day, authorities said on Wednesday.

A total of 2,526 Chinese citizens stranded in Nepal following Saturday's 8.1-magnitude earthquake had been brought home as of Tuesday night, according to the China National Tourism Administration. Most were in the country for tourism.

There are 14 flights planned between China and Nepal on Wednesday, flying to Kathmandu from Beijing, Chengdu Nike Air Max Sale Online , Kunming, Guangzhou and Lhasa. Two cargo aircraft will also fly to Nepal from Beijing for relief missions.

On Tuesday alone, four Chinese airlines returned 727 Chinese citizens via 12 flights from Nepal.

Following the earthquake, a 62-member Chinese search and rescue team and six search dogs were sent to Nepal's capital Kathmandu, according to the China Earthquake Administration. Their plane was loaded with 20.5 tonnes of relief materials.

China decided on Wednesday to provide a second round of humanitarian aid worth 40 million yuan (6.54 million U.S. dollars) to Nepal following the first round of 20 million yuan, the Ministry of Commerce said.

The aid Nike Air Max Mens Sale , including water purification equipment, first aid kits, tents and blankets, will be delivered to Nepal as soon as possible, the ministry said in a statement.

A massive 8.1-magnitude quake shook Nepal on Saturday. The Chinese government announced its first round of aid on Sunday.

The death toll from Saturday's earthquake in Nepal has climbed to more than 5,000 people. More than 10 Nike Air Max Womens Sale ,000 others were injured, according to reports.

As aid and support from China begins to reach Nepal after Saturday's earthquake, domestic relief and rescue efforts are also intensifying in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

The death toll in Tibet from the quake rose to 25, with 4 still missing and 383 injured, authorities said Tuesday. More than 47,500 have been displaced in the high-altitude region Nike Air Max Shoes Sale , and relief efforts are under way.


China announces second Nepal aid supply

BEIJING, April 29 (Xinhua) -- China will provide a second batch of humanitarian aid worth 40 million yuan (6.54 million U.S. dollars) to Nepal following Saturday's earthquake, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said on Wednesday.

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Thousands of quake victims in Nepal living outdoors could face epidemic outbreak

KATHMANDU, April 29 (Xinhua) -- Ramesh Subhash, 12, was playing football with a volley ball with his friends at the Tudikhel military parade ground which is now Nepal's biggest tent camp for the homeless from last week's deadly quake.

Hundreds of teenagers like him are now staying in makeshift tents with their families waiting for help from government and relief agencies, home and international.Full Story

Residents in Kathmandu spend chilly night in open air three days after devastating quake

KATHMANDU Air Max Black Sale , April 29 (Xinhua) -- Some 1,000 residents in Nepal' s capital Kathmandu on Tuesday spent the chilly night in the open air at the city's Tundikhel Ground for fear of possible aftershocks from Saturday's devastating earthquake.

The venue, an army club stadium, is crowed with hundreds of tents with a variety of colors of red, yellow and blue.

by William M. Reilly

UNITED NATIONS, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) -- President Mahmoud Abbas of the observer State of Palestine said Friday that there would be no further negotiations with Israel until there was an internationally-backed timetable for an end to occupation.

"It is impossible Air Max Sale Online , and I repeat -- it is impossible -- to return to the cycle of negotiations that failed to deal with the substance of the matter and the fundamental question," he told the annual General Debate of UN General Assembly. "There is neither credibility nor seriousness in negotiations in which Israel predetermines the results via its settlement activities and the occupation's brutality."

"There is no meaning or value in negotiations for which the agreed objective is not ending the Israeli occupation and achieving the independence of the State of Palestine with East Jerusalem as its capital on the entire Palestinian Territory occupied in the 1967 war," Abbas said. "There is no value in negotiations which are not linked to a firm timetable for the implementation of this goal."

"The time has come to end this settlement occupation," he said.

The hopes for that timetable are pinned to a still-being written draft Security Council resolution calling for an end to an occupation stemming from the 1967 Arab-Israeli war in two or three years.

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Extremism has also been denounced regularly in the General Assembly since the "debate" -- really a marathon of 196 speeches over five and a half days -- started Wednesday. The general debate will end next Tuesday, with Sunday off.

Malaysian Prime Minister Mohd Abdul Razak was one of the many denouncing extremism.

After thanking "those who came to Malaysia's aid in this difficult year" in which Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur and MH17 apparently shot down over Ukraine, Razak recalled his call last year "for a global movement of the moderates, to counter extremism, " specifically "of the conflict between Sunni and Shia that is tearing the Muslim world apart."

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