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This progressive reputation — Ardern has also supporte

  and called for cannabis decriminalization — made i

t all the more shocking when the country was the subject of a far-right terrorist attack.

  ”I’ve said many times that we are a nation of 200 ethnicities, 160 languages,” Ardern s

aid Tuesday. “We open our doors to others and say welcome. The only thing that must change after the e

vents of Friday is that this same door must close on all of those who espouse hate and fear.”

  CNN’s James Griffiths contributed reporting from Hong

Kong.The bodies of at least six victims of the Christchurch attack were returned to families Tuesday and

another 32 people remain in hospital after a 28-year-old Australian gunman opened fire at two mosques last week.

  New Zealand Police told CNN in a statement that they were wo

rking with families to return their loved ones’ bodies after a coroner had identified 12 victims.

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However, in a social media post just before the attack, an acco

  unt that is believed to belong to one of the attackers posted a link to an 87-page manifesto that

was filled with anti-immigrant, anti-Muslim ideas and explanations for an attack. The manifesto was not signed.

  In addition, police are aware of a video shared online and broadcast live during the at

tack, which purports to show a gunman walking into an unnamed mosque and opening fire.

  ”We would strongly urge that the (video) link not be shared. We are working to have any footage removed,” the New Zealand police said.

  In a statement, a spokesperson for Facebook New Zealand, Mia Garlick, said videos that appeared to show the Christchurch shootings were quickly taken down.

  ”New Zealand Police alerted us to a video on Facebook shortly after the livestream co

mmenced and we removed both the shooter’s Facebook account and the video. We’re also

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We don’t know why regulators are taking different approaches

  The MAX 8 was unveiled to great fanfare little over two years ago, but passengers ar

ound the world are now asking if the planes are safe after they were involved in two tragedies in less than six months.

  On Monday, Boeing said it has no “basis to issue new guidance to operators.”

  But several countries have taken the decision out of their hands, grounding the 737 MAX 8 or th

e whole MAX range to carry out additional safety checks and await developments in the investigation.

  On the other hand, most airlines in the US have said they are still confident in the model,

and the Federal Aviation Administration has not yet taken action. Several American airlines have the plane in th

eir fleet, including Southwest, which has more MAX 8s than any carrier other in the world.

  ”We remain confident in the safety and airworthiness of our fleet of more than 750 Boeing aircraft,” Southwest said in a statement sent to CNN on Monday.

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The detained militants — Masood Azhar’s brother Mufti

Rauf and son Hammad Azhar — were named in a dossier that India had sent to Pakistan i

n the wake of the Kashmir bombing and were being held in what Pakistan called “preventive custody” as there

was no “actionable proof” against them, Islamabad’s Ministry of Interior Secretary Azam Khan said to reporters Tuesday.

According to India’s Foreign Ministry, the dossier co

ntains specific details of JeM complicity in the Pulwama terror attack and the presence of JeM terror camps a

nd its leadership in Pakistan.
In the wake of the February attack, India called on its neighbor to “take credible an

d visible action … against terrorists and terror groups operating from areas under their control.”

Last week, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi confirmed to CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that JeM chief

Azhar is in Pakistan and “very unwell.””He is unwell to the extent that he cannot leave his house,” he said.

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SpaceX Crew Dragon docks with the space station in demo flight

  SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule, its first spacecraft designed to carry humans, took flight for the first time Saturday.

  An uncrewed demonstration mission took off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida early Saturd

ay for the International Space Station. NASA tweet

ed early Sunday that it had attached to the International Space Station.

  ”Capture confirmed!” it said.

  The successful launch without people puts SpaceX one step closer to

an historic landmark: Crew Dragon could be the first commercially built sp

acecraft to carry NASA astronauts to orbit. And Crew Dragon — along with a capsule called Sta

rliner built by Boeing — could end the United States’ decade-long reliance on Russia for human spaceflight.

  Elon Musk, SpaceX’s chief executive and lead designer, told a cro

wd of reporters that he was “emotionally exhausted” after launch. His rocket com

pany’s main goal since it was founded in 2002 was to someday send humans to space.

  ”It’s been 17 years to get to this point,” he said. It took “an in

credible amount of hard work and sacrifice from a lot of people to get to this point.”

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According to a survey by the Ministry of Water Resources in

there were 6,092 major sewage outlets along the Yangtze.

The Ecology and Environment Ministry also noted some improvements in w

ater quality nationwide. As of the end of last year, 95 percent of 1,062 black, odorous water

bodies in 36 major cities across China have been removed or cleaned up, the statement said on Feb 28.

The volume of good quality water nationwide has reached 71 perce

nt, a year-on-year increase of 3.1 percentage points, the statement said.

Zhang also highlighted other challenges to be faced. He said that many drinking water source

s in rural areas are still under weak management, and many rivers and lakes are in need of aquatic vegetation.

“We believe that by 2020 a repeatable and constructive tech

nology and work model will be developed as a reference for future work,” he said.

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Three billion trips made during 40-day Spring Festival trav

The 40-day-long Spring Festival travel rush, which came to an end on March 1, recorded thre

e billion trips made during the period, according to the Ministry of Transport, CCTV reported.

The rush saw 410 million railway trips, up 7.4 percent on a yearly ba

sis, while road trips fell 0.8 percent to 2.46 billion. The number of waterway trips stayed same as last

year at 41 million, while plane travel jumped 12 percent to 73 million this year, the data showed.

Local transportation departments improved transfer efficiency for travelers by extending the operation time of s

ubways, launching night bus lines, and arranging taxis pick-up at night, the Ministry said.

Customized passenger buses and bus booking services in rural and urban areas also met the perso

nalized travel needs of certain passengers during the spring festival holiday.

E-tickets and self-service check-in were mass applied in this year’s travel, with self-service check-i

n available in 300 train stations nationwide. Passengers were also offered the option to scan their sec

ond-generation ID cards for quick check-in at nearly 700 high-speed train stations, according to the report.

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I worried that we would make concessions that were not

  alluci elaborated in a call arranged by the Stimson Center. He worried Trump would

go along with a Chinese and Russian proposal “that we give up joint ex

ercises with the ROK in exchange for the North Koreans giving up furthe

r testing of ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons.”

  There had been some concern that the US would sign off on a formal end to hostiliti

es with North Korea and, as a result, Trump would agree to pull US troops from the Korean Peninsula.

  The President had claimed that the removal of US troops from South Korea was not on the ta

ble, but there were still fears that Trump would change his mind at the last minute. During his post-su

mmit press conference he bemoaned — and exaggerated — the cost of maintaining a US military presence.

  Instead, Washington and Pyongyang are now at “a pause,” Galluci said. “There will be con

tinuing efforts to go beyond the place we are at. And this is a fine temporary position we’re at.”

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Charles Li Xiaojia, chief executive of Hong Kong Excha

nges and Clearing, said at a press briefing Thursday that shares on the upcoming science and te

chnology innovation board will be most likely traded through northbound trading, Securities Times reported.

Also, HKEX will roll out A-share futures products for hedging of China A-shares by interna

tional investors, thereby enable an increase in China A-shares’ weighting in international benchmark indices.

Since April, the bourse has allowed new economy companies with dual-class shares and biotech firms without revenue to go p

ublic in Hong Kong, while easing requirements for overseas-listed Chinese firms to have a secondary listing in the city.

Li was expected to include dual-class shares into Stock Connect in July, adding related regu

lations were still under discussion, according Hong Kong Economic Journal on Thursday.

Wednesday’s financial results of HKEX showed that the 2018 profit s

urged 26 percent to a record high, reaching HK$9.3 billion ($1.18 billion), which was dr

iven by fees from a number of large IPOs in the first part of the year as well as clearing fees and strong trading.

Hong Kong claimed the crown as the No 1 IPO market in the world last year, beating New York.

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NYPD hate crimes task force investigating Nazi drawings

  The New York Police Department’s Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating Nazi drawings found Friday morning at an elementary school in Queens, Detective George Tourovakas told CNN.

  Dozens of swastikas, a Nazi eagle and the words “Hail Hitler” (sic) were found drawn in chalk on the pavement of PS 139’s schoolyard.

  Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz, who represents the district, told CNN her office received photographs from a resident in the apartment building next to t

he school and immediately informed the police. According to Koslowitz, the area is a predominately Jewish neighborhood.

  I am horrified, disgusted, and nauseated, to say the least, of what I have witnessed today. Naz

i imagery and anti-Semitic slurs were drawn at the PS 139 Playground in Rego Park. I was on the sce

ne today and most of the imagery has been washed away. Enough is enough! pic.twitter.com/vteXmlqQyk

  ”This was exceptionally scary today,” Koslowitz said, describing the images as “horrible, just horrible.”

  Koslowitz told CNN she heard stories from her mother, who came from Poland, about anti-Semitic incidents in Europe in the

last century. Koslowitz, who grew up in New York, said she never believed an act of this nature could occur in the city.

  ”This really just has to stop,” she said. “There’s no question about it being a hate crime.”

  There have been 36 anti-Semitic crimes reported in the city so this year, compared

with 21 for the same time last year, according to a New York Times report, which cited police.

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