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SANAA [url=http://www.discountairmax2019sale.com/]http://www.discountairmax2019sale.com/[/url] , July 18 (Xinhua) -- Yemeni security officials said Tuesday that an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition has killed at least 11 civilians.


The civilians were apparently trying to escape fighting in western Yemen on Tuesday when their vehicle was struck.


The officials said the wounded include women and children in critical condition, with the death toll expected to rise.


The coalition has been waging an air war against the Houthis since March 2015, and shut down Sanaa's international airport a year ago.


Outdoor work continues despite sweltering weather across many parts of China


On-demand food delivery service launched for highspeed trains in China


China's zoos take measures to cool down animals in hot weather


Opera "Red Detachment of Women" staged in S. China


In pics: China's CH-5 drone completes trial flight


In pics: ethnic embroidery show in SW China's Yunnan


Chinese aircraft carrier formation conducts coordination training


Monkeys enjoy cool mist, watermelon at Quanzhou Wildlife Zoo in Fujian


GLASGOW, Scotland, Aug. 23 (Xinhua) -- Twice defending champion Chen Long breezed past Sony Dwi Kungcoro in straight games at the World Badminton Championships but five-time titlist Lin Dan had to sweat in the fight for his spot in the last 16.


Chen, also the gold medalist in last year's Rio Olympics, raced to a 21-13, 21-9 victory over the 33-year-old Indonesian veteran. He will next face India's 13th seed Ajay Jayaram.


"I am so happy to have won in only two games, but I want to be prepared for the whole tournament and tomorrow's games," said Chen, the tournament's fifth seed.


Lin, nicknamed "Super Dan" by his fans, was pushed hard by Denmark's Emil Holst, fighting back from one game down to win 19-21, 21-8, 21-16.


The 33-year-old dropped a four-point lead in the deciding game to let Holst level the score at 16-16. But the twice Olympic champion then gave no chance to Hoslt, scoring five points in a row to close out the match after 81 minutes.


"He created a lot of trouble for me," Lin said. "He played smartly in defense. I found it very hard to score points because he could always save my attacking shots.


"Of course, my motivation in tournaments will always be the gold medal and here that is no different. Along the way you will always have to play very hard matches so I am very pleased to come through this one."


The seventh seed will fight for a quarterfinal berth against England's 16th seed Rajiv Ouseph, who beat India's Sameer Verma 22-20, 21-9.


Ouseph, ranked 20th in the world, looked forward to the match on Thursday.


"It doesn't get much bigger than playing the greatest player that's ever played, and in the World Championships, so its very exciting and the pressure's off me a bit, so I'll just try and enjoy myself and see what I can do."


China's Shi Yuqi and Tian Houwei also reached the third round, with fourth seed Shi beating Brazil's Ygor Co, 21-23, 21-10 and 10th seed Tian defeating Russia's Vladimir Malkov 21-17, 21-14.


Top seed Son Wan Ho of South Korea routed Gergely Krausz of Hungary 21-13, 21-9 while third seed Viktor Axelsen of Denmark eliminated Finland's Eetu Heino 21-15, 21-15.


In the women's competition, Olympic champion Carolina Marin of Spain crushed Yip Pui Yin of Hong Kong, China, 21-5, 21-7. China's He Bingjiao, the fourth seed also cruised into the last 16.



Geoffrey Kipkorir Kirui of Kenya celebrates after winning the men's marathon at the IAAF World Championships 2017 in London, Britain on Aug. 6, 2017. (XinhuaLuo Huanhuan)

LONDON, Aug. 6 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's Geoffrey Kipkorir Kirui claimed the men's marathon title at the world championships here on Sunday.


The Boston marathon winner timed two hours 8 minutes and 27 seconds to first race past the finish line on London's historic site Tower Bridge.


"This is the best moment of my career, easily. I am so happy to win the world title because it is my first time at these championships," said Kirui.


"I was not expecting to be world champion. I feared the Ethiopian because he had such a fast time, so I just followed my plan to 35k and then felt my body to see how I was doing. Good for me it responded well," he said. "Winning this title has been my goal for so long. Now my goal will be to repeat it."


Ethiopia's Tamirat Tola took silver in 2:09:49 and Alphonce Simbu of Tanzania bagged a bronze in 2:09:51.


London marathon has been one of the world's most prestigious marathons, famous for its route threading through scenic sites. For this world championships, the organizers chose a different course to show off more beauty of the city.


Starting at Tower Bridge, the course heads west along Victoria Embankment towards another iconic London landmark, the Houses of Parliament, then back alongside the edge of the River Thames to take in the sights of the City including St Paul's Cathedral, The Guildhall and the Bank of England.


"This was the best course and the best crowd I have seen at a marathon," Kirui said.




BEIJING, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- Twitter has announced that it'strying to increase its tweet limit to 280 characters from the 140it had started out with and the move seems to have ruffledtweeters, who have responded with ridicule and criticism.


"NO!!!!!!" cried a protesting user with the handle DenzelMwiyeretsi. "The beauty of Twitter is fitting sense (and nonsense)into that character space. Don't mess up the core beauty of theapp."


Another, Don Nowak, advocated contraction, not expansion: "Ifanything, reduce it to 70 characters."


U.S. President Donald Trump, an avid Twitter user whose tweetscan mostly be guaranteed to kick up a storm, was immediatelydragged into the discussion.

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