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41 people confirmed dead in plane fire in Moscow's airport
6th May 2019

 Russia's Investigative Committee confirmed Monday that 41 people were killed after an SSJ-100 passenger plane en route to the northwestern Russian city of Murmansk caught fire before an emergency landing Sunday at the Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow.

 
"41 people died," Elena Markovskaya, representative of the committee's Moscow Interregional Investigation Department for Transport, was quoted by Tass news agency as saying.
 
The committee reported 37 survivors from the 78 people aboard the airliner in an earlier statement.
 
The plane reportedly took off from the Sheremetyevo Airport at 6pm local time (1500 GMT) and made an emergency landing after circling over the Moscow region for about 40 minutes.
 
It was "engulfed in flames" before the emergency landing, Tass news agency quoted a source as saying.
 
It was previously reported that the fire could be caused by lightening strike.
 
The committee has opened a criminal case on violation of safety regulations for air transport and started further investigation of the accident, according to the statement.
 
Investigators began to interview the victims, eyewitnesses, airport staff and the airline carrier, as well as others responsible for the operation of the aircraft, it said.
 
The causes and circumstances are being verified and an explicit conclusion will be made after a comprehensive study of the data and documentation is completed, the committee said.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, May 6, 2019
China's non-manufacturing sector holds steady in April
30th April 2019
China's non-manufacturing activities eased pace but maintained steady expansion in April.
 
The non-manufacturing purchasing managers' index came in at 54.3 this month, down from 54.8 in March, the National Bureau of Statistics said in a statement on Tuesday.
 
A reading above 50 indicates expansion, while a reading below reflects contraction.
 
The service sector recorded stable performance, with the sub-index measuring business activity in the industry standing at 53.3, down 0.3 percentage points from that in March.
 
Indices for sectors including water transport, air transport, postal industry, monetary and financial services, telecom, and insurance all stood above 57, indicating robust business growth.
 
Sub-index for new orders dropped 1.7 points from the previous month to 50.1, while that for sales prices edged down 0.5 points to 50.5, both above the threshold, according to the NBS.
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, April 30, 2019
Giant pandas to leave for Russia
29th April 2019

 Chinese researchers held a send-off ceremony for a pair of giant pandas who are to depart for Moscow on Monday for a 15-year collaborative research.

 
Ru Yi, the male panda born in 2016, and Ding Ding, the female panda born in 2017, are scheduled to board a flight at 1:45pm in Chengdu and arrive in Moscow at 10:00pm Beijing Time the same day, the panda research base in southwest China's Sichuan Province said.
 
Li Shuming, deputy director of the National Forestry and Grassland Administration, presided over the ceremony at the Bifengxia base of the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda. Svetlana Akulova, head of the Moscow Zoo, also attended the ceremony.
 
Staff at the center prepared buns, bamboo sprouts and baby formulas for the pandas in the journey. Caretaker Wang Pingfeng and veterinarian He Ming will travel with the pandas to Russia.
 
"My job is to keep them calm in case of any stress symptoms. We will make sure they are accustomed to their new life in Moscow," said Wang.
 
"Ru Yi is outgoing and vivacious, but Ding Ding is quiet. We have carried out quarantine and health checks for them. They are in good shape," said He Ming.
 
The pair of giant pandas will live in the Moscow Zoo for 15 years, according to the research project.
 
On February 28, the China Wildlife Conservation Association and the Moscow Zoo signed an agreement on the protection and research cooperation of giant pandas.
 
The Moscow Zoo sent full-time keepers and veterinarians to China in advance to learn about the breeding and medical care of giant pandas. 
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, April 29, 2019
Giant pandas to leave for Russia
29th April 2019

 Chinese researchers held a send-off ceremony for a pair of giant pandas who are to depart for Moscow on Monday for a 15-year collaborative research.

 
Ru Yi, the male panda born in 2016, and Ding Ding, the female panda born in 2017, are scheduled to board a flight at 1:45pm in Chengdu and arrive in Moscow at 10:00pm Beijing Time the same day, the panda research base in southwest China's Sichuan Province said.
 
Li Shuming, deputy director of the National Forestry and Grassland Administration, presided over the ceremony at the Bifengxia base of the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda. Svetlana Akulova, head of the Moscow Zoo, also attended the ceremony.
 
Staff at the center prepared buns, bamboo sprouts and baby formulas for the pandas in the journey. Caretaker Wang Pingfeng and veterinarian He Ming will travel with the pandas to Russia.
 
"My job is to keep them calm in case of any stress symptoms. We will make sure they are accustomed to their new life in Moscow," said Wang.
 
"Ru Yi is outgoing and vivacious, but Ding Ding is quiet. We have carried out quarantine and health checks for them. They are in good shape," said He Ming.
 
The pair of giant pandas will live in the Moscow Zoo for 15 years, according to the research project.
 
On February 28, the China Wildlife Conservation Association and the Moscow Zoo signed an agreement on the protection and research cooperation of giant pandas.
 
The Moscow Zoo sent full-time keepers and veterinarians to China in advance to learn about the breeding and medical care of giant pandas. 
 
Source: Shanghai Daily, April 29, 2019

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