Tripoli late on Saturday, killing 28?? students and injuring 18 others. (Photo by Hamza Turkia/Xinhua)
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cate that 28 students of the military academy?? were killed and 18 others were injured as a result of an airstrike?? by foreign air force supporting the war criminal Haftar (commander?? of eastern-based army)," the UN-backed government's forces said in?? a statement.
The UN-backed government's forces posted photos on th??eir official Facebook page showing bodies and injured students, as ??well as ambulances rushing to the academy's headquarters in Tripoli??.
The eastern-based army has not committed on the airstrike so far.??
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They will follow the operation model of Huoshenshan Ho??spital and be tasked with treating confirmed patients of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) infection i??n Taikang Tongji Hospital and a branch of Hubei's Maternity and Child Health Care Hospital.
The t??wo hospitals, with a planned capacity of 860 and 700 beds respectively, have clinical wards, as w??ell as departments for infection control, examination, special diagnosis, radiation diagnosis, me??dical equipment, sterile supply, informatid
on and medical engineering.
The reinforcement medics co??me from healthcare institutions affiliated with the Army, Navy, Air Force, Rocket Force, Strategi??c Support Force and Joint Logistic Support Force, as well as the Chinese People's Armed Police Fo??rce.
Of them, a first group of 1,400 medical and nursing professionals are set to arrive in Wuhan?? Thursday before starting treating patients there immediately.
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nals in three batches, totaling 4,000, to support Wuhan in the fight a??gainst the COVID-19 outbreak.BEIJING, Dec. 26 -- A Chinese military spokesperson Thursday urged t??he United States not to implement the China-related negative clause??s in a newly signed act.
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lay up China-U.S. co??mpetition and sensationalize the so-called "China military threat."??
Those negative clauses grossly interfere in China's internal affai??rs, undermine the development of China-U.S. military relations, and?? damage mutual trust and bilateral cooperation, according to Wu.
"W??e urge the U.S. side to abandon its Cold War mentality and its hege??monic logic, stop interfering in China's internal affairs, not impl??ement the China-related negative clauses, and take concrete actions?? to protect the overall bilateral relations and mil3
itary ties," sai??d Wu.
He also refuted the so-called "China military threat" repeate??dly hyped up by some senior U.S. military officers.
"The groundless?? accusations are criticisms of the United States itself," said Wu, ??adding that the United States is in no position to judge other coun??tries given its increasing military spending and poor records in cy??ber espionage, as well as other military issu8
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