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|ISLAMABAD Uomo Nike Air Max Plus Metallic Oro Rosse , Aug. 11 (Xinhua) -- At least five people were killed and 25 others injured when a bomb went off in Pakistan's northwest tribal area of Bajaur Agency on Friday afternoon, local Urdu media reported.
ARY News said that the target of the blast has not been ascertained yet, and all the victims were pedestrians.
Local political administration said that some unknown militants detonated roadside planted explosives with a remote controlled device and fled the scene.
The injured people were shifted to a nearby hospital where three of them are said to be in critical condition.
Security forces cordoned off the area for investigations.
The explosion has not been claimed by any group or person yet.?
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BEIJING, Dec. 14 (Xinhua) -- China has moved to forge new competitive advantages in artificial intelligence (AI), with goals to allow homegrown businesses to take on global rivals by 2020.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on Thursday released an action plan to substantially improve the emerging technology in the next three years, eying breakthroughs in basic research and wide application in multiple areas ranging from smart automobiles to robots and drones.
AI and manufacturing will be deeply integrated, according to the document.
Platforms of intelligent connected vehicles will be reliable and safe enough to support highly automated driving, and large-scale production and application of smart robots used for household and public services will be achieved.
Specific targets were also unveiled in areas including facial recognition, AI medical diagnosis, speech recognition and smart translation.
The MIIT promised more policy support, including special funds, talent cultivation and a better business environment. Measures will also be rolled out to build industry clusters, set up key laboratories and encourage data sharing.
AI is developing rapidly in China. From Internet giants to startups, an increasing number of tech firms are geared up to stretch wings in the area. Google has announced a new AI research center that primarily focuses on basic research in Beijing.
VIENTIANE， Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- Laos' ruling communist party， Lao People's Revolutionary Party， has vowed to strengthen efforts in fighting corruption， state-run online newspaper Vientiane Times reported Saturday.
Taking a tougher stance in the battle against corruption and inappropriate bureaucracy was one of the most important decisions of the Third Session of the 10th Party Central Committee (PCC)， according to the report.
The PCC members agreed to strengthen their efforts after learning that corruption and burdensome bureaucracy were occurring in different forms and different levels throughout state sectors.
The PCC agreed to put in place stronger measures to address undesirable practices within Party and government bodies and to improve the efficiency of state management and law enforcement.
The two-day meeting， concluded on Wednesday， was chaired by Party Secretary General and President of Laos Bounnhang Vorachit and highlighted the need for the government to further improve its operations.
Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith vowed to fight corruption， a chronic problem for Lao society for decades， when he assumed office in April. A number of issues have since been addressed including inflated electricity bills， illegal logging， and fuel tariff exemptions.
At the meeting， participants agreed to build the Party with transparency， encouraging Party members to devote themselves wholeheartedly to this cause.
Addressing a nationwide meeting on personnel-organization affairs in August， Bounnhang said immoral members must be removed from the Party and stressed the importance of instilling revolutionary morality in them.
Over the past five years， more than 1，800 Party members have failed to follow Party discipline， ranging from minor infringements to major acts of wrongdoing.
Some people only joined the Party for their own benefit while others gave bribes in both direct and indirect ways so they could become Party members.
The growth in Party membership over the past five years has been partly due to nepotism and， although the number of Party members has increased， the quality is not as high as anticipated.
There are currently over 281，000 Party members nationwide， an increase of 27.7 percent compared to 2011. Of this number， 63，748 are women.
Members aged between 18 and 39 represent 43 percent of the total figure; those aged between 40 and 49 make up 31 percent; and those aged 51 or more account for 26 percent.
Laos is the least developed country in Asia and over the past 40 years， the Lao People's Revolutionary Party has led the multi-ethnic country to fulfil the two strategic tasks of national defense and development.
As a result， socio-economic development has grown strongly and the number of poor people has declined continuously.
SYDNEY， Sept. 30 (Xinhua) -- Starbucks have begun reopening coffee shops around Australia's biggest cities， eight years after closing down scores of stores owing to failed strategies.
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