Friday, October 9, 2015   

Eight Chinese quarantined for Ebola
(08-12 10:23)

Eight Chinese medical workers who treated patients suffering from the deadly Ebola virus have been placed in quarantine in Sierra Leone.
The Chinese ambassador in Freetown said seven Chinese doctors and one nurse, as well as five local nurses who treated Ebola patients, have been placed in quarantine.

Chinese ambassador to Sierra Leone, Zhao Yanbo, would not be drawn on whether they were displaying symptoms of the disease. --RTHK   
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Uber plows US$1b into China, seeks Shanghai license (10-08 16:58)
Fujian governor Su Shulin faces graft inquiry (10-08 12:48)
People's Bank of China chief calms nerves in Lima (10-08 12:26)
AIIB explores Pakistan energy, transport, and power deals (10-08 12:12)
Cracks appear on Henan glass walkway above canyon (10-08 11:44)
Hungary suggests China open doors to refugees (10-07 21:34)
China gobbles up Bangladesh animal waste (10-07 21:13)
Taiwan presidential hopeful faces party battle (10-07 19:00)
12 missing after boat sinks in Bohai Sea (10-07 18:07)

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