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The first batch of Chinese soldiers, 515paratroopers, boarded a train and left the quake-stricken Sichuan Province after completing their relief operations on Monday.
Over 180 students from China´s quake-hit Sichuan province joined Sunday evening´s opening ceremony for a summer camp in Tuapse, a city on Russia´s Black Seacoast.
Wu Wenbin, a military officer who died from massive blood loss in the lungs due to overwork in quake-relief missions, was honored by a new order signed by Hu Jintao.
Nearly two months after returning home to Sichuan Province following the devastating quake, more than 600,000 migrant workers are now facing the dilemma of what to do for work.
Foreign volunteers extend help to children in quake zone
-- The newspaper lauded the relief work and disaster management by the Chinese government and people in the quake-stricken Sichuan Province
-- The Chinese people and army are making united efforts to reconstruct the earthquake-stricken areas.
-- The Chinese army showed its high level of specialization and combat capacity in the quake relief work.
-- Such a quick response to the earthquake shows that the government is making the rescue operation its top priority.
Location: Wenchuan, Sichuan
Time: May 12 at 2:28 pm
Magnitude: 7.8 on Richter scale
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