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BEIJING, July 13 — Ghana's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration Hanna Tetteh will pay an official visit to China from July 14 to 17.

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By Ma. Cristina C. Arayata

MANILA, July 13 (PNA) — Are you an aspiring scientist? Do you want to be inspired by true-to-life success stories?

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TIANJIN, July 13 — Chinese tech company Dawning Information Industry has begun developing a new generation supercomputer that is capable of over a hundred thousand trillion computing operations per second, said Li Jun, the company's president.

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ILOILO CITY, July 13 — Personnel of the General Services (GSO) and the City Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) have undergone training to become sanitary inspectors and consequently be deputized to be able to apprehend violators of the Solid Waste Management Act if needed.

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ILOILO CITY, July 13 –The Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) is preparing a flood hazard vulnerability risk maps of Kalibo, Aklan.

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MOSCOW, July 12 — An image taken of Pluto from four million kilometers [2.5 million miles] away shows four intriguing dark spots on the far side of the dwarf planet, a part of its surface that always faces its moon, Charon.

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MOSCOW, July 12 — New study of the Royal Astronomical Society said we could have a 'mini ice age' by 2030.

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By Juzel L. Danganan

MANILA, June 12 (PNA) — The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) says that the southwest monsoon or "hanging habagat" may bring flashfloods to Pangasinan on Sunday.

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CANBERRA, July 13 — Australia's federal government has antagonized the solar energy industry by announcing that small-scale solar projects would be exempt from government funding.

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Intense summer heat hits Beijing

BEIJING, July 12 — Beijing issued this summer's first heat alert on Sunday as the maximum temperature in the Chinese capital soared above 40 degrees Celsius.

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By Ma. Cristina C. Arayata

MANILA, July 13 (PNA) -– How can science and technology (S&T) work in agri-aqua-natural resource commodities? How can these improve the productivity, quality and profitability of the said commodities? How can S&T help farmers and fishermen raise their standards of living?

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SYDNEY, July 13 — Australian climate experts have warned the country risks becoming a "global pariah" if the government does not step up its efforts to tackle climate change.

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Washington, July 13 — NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has captured the images of large sunspots on the face of the Sun that is turned away from Earth.

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MOSCOW, July 12 — A study of people living in urban areas of Toronto found that having ten more trees in your street benefits your health as much as being seven years younger, or USD 10,000 richer.

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SYDNEY, July 13 — Extinct volcanoes, likely to be 50 million years old, have been discovered approximately 250 kilometers off the coast of Sydney.

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By Catherine J. Teves

MANILA, July 13 (PNA) — The government-run weather agency expects soil moisture condition to generally range from moist to wet nationwide during the 10-day period ending July 20, this year.

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By Juzel L. Danganan

MANILA, July 12 (PNA) – Typhoon “Nangka” will brings rains to the country by Wednesday, as it will pull the strength of the Southwest Monsoon or “Hangin Habagat”, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said.

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WASHINGTON, July 12 — NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has captured its last and best image of the four mysterious dark spots on Pluto's far side, ahead of its historic flyby of the dwarf planet.

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By Lily O. Ramos

MANILA, July 13 (PNA) – With her powerful recollection of her beautiful experiences in South Korea, Maria Concepcion Loren Chua from the University of the Philippines took the judges by storm at the 2015 Korean Speech Contest held recently at the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in Taguig City.

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