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Projections indicate that rising sea levels are a "serious threat to China's coastal cities and populations".
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Shanghai experiences its second day of lockdown
China's largest city on Tuesday entered the second day of the lockdown's first phase.
Shanghai locks down to curb Covid-19 outbreak
Residents in western districts of Shanghai stock up on groceries ahead of an upcoming scheduled lockdown on Friday, while tunnels are blocked off by police leading to the eastern half of the city, which has already been put under lockdown.
Shanghai begins China's most extensive COVID-19 lockdown in two years
The lockdown will be the most extensive in China since Wuhan, where the virus was first detected in 2019.
China welcomes cherry blossom season with dazzling firework display
This stunning spectacle of sakura trees in bringing thousands of tourists to the Chinese city of Wuhan.
Search area widened for 2nd black box in China Eastern crash
The search area was expanded for the second black box from a China Eastern passenger jet that crashed in southern China with 132 people on board earlier this week.
Shanghai neighbourhoods barricaded as Covid cases grow
Some residential areas of Shanghai are cordoned off with high yellow barricades, where many cases of covid-19 have been confirmed.
Search at China crash site suspended amid rain
The search for clues into why a Chinese commercial jetliner dove suddenly and crashed into a mountain in southern China was suspended due to rain.
No survivors found in wreckage of China Eastern plane crash
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China's Jilin province tightens control to prevent virus spread
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