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|" RABAT Cheap Men's Nike Air Max 97 2017 Retro White UK , Feb. 18 (Xinhua) -- Morocco's interior ministry said Thursday that security services have foiled ""dangerous"" Islamic State (IS) terrorist attacks and arrested 10 suspects, including a French national.
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The cell also planned to recruit more extremists and launch a guerrilla war, the statement said.
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The investigations revealed that the group had recruited a teenager to carry out a suicide car bomb attack, and was planning to recruit more teenagers.
The dismantlement of the cell comes amid growing threats from IS Moroccan fighters to undermine the country's security and stability.
The ministry said it has busted 31 terrorist cells since 2013 and foiled ""numerous terrorist plans"" targeting vital national, Arab and Western interests.
SANAA, Feb. 3 (Xinhua) -- At least 15 workers were killed and over 20 others wounded when a Saudi-led airstrikes struck their cement factory in Yemen's northern province of Amran on Wednesday Cheap Off White Air Max 90 UK , officials and witnesses said.
They said the airstrike hit the main gate of the factory while workers were queue near the factory's gate to receive their monthly salary.
""So far, 15 workers were killed after the airstrike hit the scene while more than 20 others were critically hurt and brought to the hospital,"" a medic in Amran hospital told Xinhua.
The cement factory in rebel-held Amran province, about 60 km north of the capital Sanaa Cheap Nike Shox Avenue UK , has been targeted by a series of airstrikes and the factory had stopped operating.
Tribal sources and residents said nearly 40 villagers were killed or injured when three airstrikes hit the village of Al-Jubara tribe in Kutaf region on Wednesday.
Elsewhere in the outskirts of the capital Sanaa, tribesmen and local council officials said a family of nine members traveling on a car to flee the ongoing intensified ground battles in Nihm district were all killed in an airstrike Wednesday afternoon.
The Saudi-led coalition started almost daily air strikes on Houthis and their allied forces' targets in Sanaa and other cities in March 2015.
More than 6,000 people have been killed in ground battles and airstrikes since then, half of them civilians.
by Xinhua Writer Jiang Li
BEIJING， July 12 (Xinhua) -- The South China Sea arbitration came to an end with an arbitral tribunal in The Hague issuing an award on Tuesday， but the verdict is null and void and only serves to complicate the situation in the region.
With obvious loopholes and deliberate proceedings circumventing regular arbitration rules， the tribunal undermines international law and sets a bad example for settling sovereign disputes.
China has reiterated its stance of non-participation in and non-acceptance of the arbitration. To fully respect international law and justice， China will never recognize the verdict and never be "forced" into accepting it.
The former Philippine government and the United States behind it have conspired for a long time to blackmail China regarding its historic rights to the South China Sea， but to do it through a tribunal that tramples on international justice goes too far.
For starters， Manila broke its own commitment made in the Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea in 2002， which was signed between China and members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to settle disputes through consultation and negotiation.
Without consulting with China over the means of dispute settlement， the former Philippine government unilaterally filed a compulsory arbitration against China in 2013.
Despite Manila's claim to seek a verdict over the status and maritime entitlements of relevant features in the Nansha Islands， the subject matter regards sovereignty and delimitation issues clearly beyond the jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal.
To make matters worse， some countries outside the region have been making waves to serve their own interests.
The United States has been attempting to "fish in troubled waters" while instigating the Philippines to act on the so-called legal front. Sending warships and warplanes and holding military maneuvers， the United States has spared no efforts to stir up the waters of the South China Sea with its so-called "Pivot to Asia" strategy.
Meanwhile， Japan is an accomplice that attempted to hijack the Group of Seven meeting in April with the South China Sea issue as part of its efforts to serve its audacious ambitions.
The arbitration has only escalated tensions in the region and by no means helps to solve the disputes. The undermining of international law and the repercussions of a law-abusing arbitration are even more worrying than the dispute itself.
The new Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has expressed the desire to engage in dialogue with China on the South China Sea issue， which is a welcomed sign.
Under the dual-track approach initially proposed by ASEAN， China and the Philippines could negotiate in line with international law and get bilateral ties back on track.
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