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    Human error behind fatal expressway collapse
    Chinese authorities have confirmed that an expressway viaduct collapse in central China's Henan Province that left 10 dead and 11 injured was a serious accident caused by multiple human errors.
    Those suspected of being involved in the accident have been taken into police custody.
    An explosion occurred on a truck carrying fireworks on the expressway linking Lianyungang City in east China's Jiangsu Province and Horgos, a border port in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in the country's far west.
    An initial investigation at the scene found that the explosion caused the collapse.
    An official with the provincial transportation authorities says the partially collapsed viaduct in Henan Province was up to the standards and had passed latest quality test.
    Rescue work has concluded with 11 injured people in stable condition. The probe into the accident is underway.
    Death toll rises to 18 in NW China bus crash
    Eighteen people have been confirmed dead and 34 others injured in a bus accident in Gansu Province after more bodies were recovered from the wreckage.
    Rescuers have lifted away the wreckage and are finishing up their search for the missing.
    An overloaded bus caught fire after falling into a ravine Friday night near the county seat of Ningxian, Qingyang City.
    The bus, carrying mostly migrant farmers and their family members, veered off the road at a curve, before tumbling into the ravine of 10 meters deep and catching fire.
    1 dead, 19 injured after Xinjiang reservoir leak
    A reservoir leak has flooded a village in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, leaving one dead and 19 others injured.
    Local authorities say more than 30 people were evacuated after the Lianfeng Reservoir, located about 25 km from Urumqi, the regional capital, began to lose water Saturday morning.
    Rescuers have found a deceased elderly person floating on the water and brought more than 30 others to safety.
    Chinese fishing boat detained in Japanese waters
    The Chinese Consulate General in Fukuoka has confirmed that Japanese coast guard detained a Chinese fishing boat Saturday for alleged unauthorized coral fishing in Japanese waters.
    The incident took place Saturday morning at waters 44 km northeast of Japan's Miyako Island in Okinawa Prefecture, according to the consulate.
    A total of 13 crew members were on board when the boat, which registered in China's Hainan Province, was detained, according to Japan's coast guard. The Japanese side also said the sailors are all Chinese nationals.
    The consulate says it will send officials to make sure whether all the sailors are Chinese nationals and has urged Japanese side to ensure the safety of the sailors and will visit the captain when he arrived at Miyako.
    6.4-magnitude quake jolts Japan's Hokkaido
    A 6.4-magnitude earthquake jolted Japan's Hokkaido late Saturday.
    The Japan Meteorological Agency says no tsunami warnings were issued.
    Local media quoted operators as saying no abnormalities were found in nuclear plants in the prefecture of Aomori, as well as the Tomari nuclear plant in Hokkaido, .
    There are no reports on damage and casualty and local authorities are confirming the aftermath of the strong quake.
    French President: French forces will leave Mali once mission finished
    French President Francois Hollande says the French forces fighting Islamist rebels in Mali will leave once the mission is finished as he visits the Malian capital Bamako.
    Hollande said another goal of his visit was to push Malian leaders to enter a political dialogue, but he did not elaborate.
    Hollande's arrival comes three weeks after France unilaterally launched a military intervention in order to stem the advance of the Islamist rebels.
    So far, French troops have succeeded in ousting the rebels from three main northern cities they occupied.

    Iran's security chief stresses support for Syria
    The visiting head of Iran's supreme national security council, Saed Jalili, has stressed his country will keep supporting Syria in the face of foreign aggression.
    Jalili set foot in the Syrian capital of Damascus Saturday for a three-day visit, during which he will meet with Syrian cabinet members and a number of Damascus-based Palestinian factions Saturday, and with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Sunday.
    The visit comes amid tensions between Syria and Israel following an Israeli airstrike that targeted a military research center near Damascus at dawn Wednesday.
    U.S. woman missing in Turkey found dead in Istanbul: report
    A U.S. woman who had been missing in Turkey's Istanbul for days was found dead.
    The woman, identified as Sarai Sierra, a 33-year-old mother of two, went missing while vacationing alone in Istanbul. Her family last heard from her on Jan. 21, the day she was supposed to return.
    The body, which was sent to hospital, was reportedly killed by knife.
    At least 10 people have been detained at the crime scene.

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