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A man arrested after his car plowed into pedestrians in London’s museum district air jordan 11 gym red mens restock , injuring 11 people and sparking fears of a terror attack, was released from custody Sunday, police said.

The 47-year-old was held at the scene of Saturday’s crash on suspicion of dangerous driving, and questioned overnight over what police said was a traffic incident with no link to terrorism.

“This morning airjordan 11 retro gym red mens , he was released under investigation while enquiries continue,” the Metropolitan Police said in a statement.

The arrested man was one of nine people taken to hospital following the crash, and after receiving treatment was taken for questioning at a police station.

Another two people were treated at the scene.

Detective constable Darren Case said, “because of where this collision occurred and the number of pedestrians involved air jordan 11 gym red chicago mens , I fully appreciate the concern and alarm this incident caused.”

The Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) confirmed its decision to suspend a scholar’s qualifications for violating a new regulation on ethics standards, media reported Sunday.

Li Ning, a leading scientist in animal cloning, was confirmed to have his title suspended in line with the CAE’s regulations air jordan 11 gym red mens 2017 , the Xinhua News Agency reported Sunday. He was believed to be the first CAE academician to have his title suspended.

The CAE announcement came after a new regulation approved by the institute in December 2014, which states that qualifications of its academicians, who have breached laws, harmed national interests retail air jordan 11 gym red mens , or found scientifically immoral, should be suspended when they are officially arrested. Their title will be revoked if the court should find them guilty.

Li became a CAE academician in 2007, reportedly the youngest scholar to become a CAE academician. He was arrested in June 2014 on suspicions that he embezzled 20 million yuan ($3.2 million) by producing phony invoices and transferring research funds to his own company, the Beijing Times reported.

Li air jordan 11 gym red size 13 , who made a name in trans-gene research in 2012, was also a professor at the China Agricultural University. Along with six other professors from several universities, he was found to have swindled over 25 million yuan in State funds through fake research projects in 2014, media reported.

China spent 1 trillion yuan air jordan 11 gym red shoes , or about 1.97 percent of GDP, on research and development in 2012. The amount topped 2 percent for the first time in 2013, the Ministry of Science and Technology said.

BEIJING, Jan. 7 (Xinhuanet) — A Czech archaeology team has discovered the tomb of a previously unknown queen in Egypt air jordan 11 gym red mens , according to media report on Wednesday.

The tomb was found in Neferefre’s funeral complex, which is located in an Old Kingdom necropolis southwest of Cairo in Abusir. It’s believed that the queen was Neferefre’s wife.

The tomb, dating back to the middle of the 5th Dynasty (2994-2345 BC), has an inscription that indicates its owner was the “king’s wife.” Archaeologists also found about 30 utensils made from limestone and copper.

“This discovery will help us shed light on certain unknown aspects of the Fifth Dynasty jordan 11 gym red mens for sale , which along with the Fourth Dynasty, witnessed the construction of the first pyramids,” Egypt’s Antiquities Minister Mamdouh el-Damaty said.

In a statement, the minister called the queen Khentakawess III jordan 11 gym red mens restock , noting that this is the “first time we have discovered the name of this queen who had been unknown before the discovery of her tomb.”


JINANNANCHANG, Feb. 8 (Xinhua) — When Yao Huifeng quit his well-paid job in a medical company to become a rice grower six years ago, he was nicknamed “Yao the idiot.”

Now people call him “manager Yao” due to his successful career transition.

From city life to farm work in Yifeng County, east China’s Jiangxi Province, Yao has tried various methods for high-quality rice, the only constant being that his produce is organic.

He avoids using chemical pesticides and fertilizers, and leaves the field fallow for a season to guarantee quality, which is what Chinese middle-class consumers now care about most.

His rice sells at 10 yuan (1.45 U.S. dollars) a kilo, three times higher than average, yet still popular.

Last year, his success drew more than 70 local farmers to join his rice cooperative.

“Ninety percent of the local fields have switched to organic rice, and the economic output in our cooperative has exceeded 4 million yuan,” Yao told Xinhua.

Organic farming, and eco-farming in a broader sense, is becoming increasingly popular in the world’s most populous nation amid growing concerns for food safety.

China has become the world’s fourth largest organic food consumer, but organic food penetration is still small, taking up only about 1.5 percent of the country’s food market share, according to a report by Zero Power Intelligence Group, a research institution headquartered in Shenzhen.

Lured by the tremendous market potential of green food, companies have rushed into the sector in search of profits.

Zhengzhuang farm, based in Jinan, capital of east China’s Shandong Province, has been devoted to high-quality, chemical-free fruit since it was founded in 2012.

Like Yao’s farm, it abandoned chemical fertilizers and turned back to “old-fashioned” animal manure to use on the land of about 67 hectares.

“Using chemical fertilizers can cause the soil to harden and degrade, while organic manure can help the land regain nutrients,” said Wang Yan, co-founder of the farm.

Wang has been purchasing manure from a nearby dairy farm for the last three years. Two cows, each producing a tonne of dung a year, can meet the demand of one mu of land.

“Apart from cow dung, we also use feces of geese, horses, donkeys and earthworms. The greater the variety of manure, the better,” she added.

Wang calls herself a .

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