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The People of Honor and Duty
As a responsible country, China has been fulfilling its international obligations in sending out peacekeeping forces overseas in support of UN missions
Assistance from a Distance
China joins international relief efforts in Haiti with a powerful sense of mission
A Global Responsibility
China plays a bigger role in international peacekeeping efforts
A Helping Hand
The Chinese international rescue team arrived in Haiti on January 14 and has started the rescue mission
The image obtained courtesy of cbc.ca illustrates the intensity of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that rocked Caribbean nation of Haiti, Tuesday, on January 12, 2010
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International Haiti Aid Meeting Opens
More Supplies Needed in Haiti
Survivors Being Moved to Countryside
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- UN Plans Massive Food Supply Increase to Haiti
- Haiti Relief Efforts Involve 'Most Complex Operations'
- Haitian Man Saved 11 Days After Quake
- 150,000 Haiti Quake Victims Buried
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- Chinese Peacekeeping Reinforcements Arrive in Haiti
- Chinese Medical Team, Supplies Leave for Haiti
- WFP Ambassador Li Ning Helps Fly Relief Materials to Haiti
- Chinese Rescue Team Continues Aid in Haiti Despite Violence
- Red Cross Society of China Raises 5 Mln Yuan for Haiti Quake Victims
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