Emergency crews are working to rescue people from the rubble of thousands of destroyed homes in southwestern China, where an earthquake struck on Saturday. The government has promsed to help rebuild the area.
Officials have warned another tsunami could hit the stricken area as volcanic activity continues. Many residents who survived the 2004 tsunami are having to deal with flashbacks.
The death toll from a volcano-triggered tsunami has risen to 420 people with 1,459 injured and 128 missing. Coastal communities were caught off guard as massive waves smashed into homes and hotels.
Wang Quanzhang is accused of "subverting state power," for representing victims of government land seizures. The hearing ended without a verdict being announced.
As the US pushes allies to follow suit in closing the door to Chinese telecom firms, Berlin is finally waking up to cybersecurity risks. But some say Germany is still underestimating a wider threat.
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