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China's Sun Yang celebrates after the Men's 200m Freestyle final of swimming at the 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest http://www.cheapnfljerseyschiefs.com/Dustin-Colquitt/ , Hungary on July 25, 2017. Sun Yang won the gold medal with 1 minute and 44.39 seconds. (XinhuaDing Xu) China's Sun Yang (R) competes during the Men's 200m Freestyle final of swimming at the 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary on July 25, 2017. Sun Yang won the gold medal with 1 minute and 44.39 seconds. (XinhuaDing Xu)
BUDAPEST, July 25 (Xinhua) -- Olympic champion Sun Yang of China won his first title in men's 200m freestyle at the 17th FINA World Championships here on Tuesday.


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"I feel happy about the gold medal. Actually I didn't expect such a result, and just wanted to work on every detail," said Sun after his victory.


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"I lost the race with a bit pity at World Championships in Kazan two years ago. Today my dream has come true," Sun pointed out.


Townley Haas of the United States and Aleksandr Krasnykh of Russia finished second and third respectively.


Commentary by a Chinese State-run news site warning celebrities not to become involved with members of the Tibetan government-in-exile reflects the idea that all Chinese residents should put national interests ahead of freedom of religious belief, observers said.


The article released on tibet on Friday said renowned singer and actress Faye Wong, mainland actor Hu Jun and Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Chiu-wai attended religious activities in northeastern India, where two major members of the Tibetan government-in-exile were spotted in the same picture with them.


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"I did not know anyone from the separatist group … And as a Chinese national, I resolutely oppose any acts or speeches that will split our nation," read Hu's post.


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The commentary also said that some Western celebrities have disappointed fans in China when photos of them with the Dalai Lama were exposed.




TIRANA, Sept. 22 (Xinhua) -- The first fleet of electric taxiswas introduced in Albanian capital Friday.


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CAPE TOWN, May 14 (Xinhua) -- An ongoing anti-crime operation is not targeting foreigners but aims to deal with issues of criminality such as illegal weapons, drug dens, prostitution rings and other illegal activities, the government said on Thursday.


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"To this effect, cabinet dismisses in the strongest terms the assertion that this operation is targeted at foreign nationals."


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