Covid-19 has now killed over 439,000 people worldwide since the outbreak started in China last year, according to tracking websites. Here are the developments for June 16:
Authorities say rescue operation continues after a series of mudslides in the county's autonomous south-western Sichuan province buried people alive and levelled homes.
Researchers have built a database with over 120,000 images and 10,000 video clips of giant pandas that would allow them to correctly identify individual animals.
China's state planner says trade frictions with the United States has had some impact on China's economy, but it was "controllable" and countermeasures would be rolled-out when needed to "keep economic operations within reasonable range".
The technique appears to unblock moisturising sebaceous glands along the rim of the eyelid, says Qu Chao, an opthalmologist who works at a nearby hospital in Chengdu.
Sichuan's government says around 250 were injured in the quake, and tens of thousands of tourists evacuated. A second temblor hit Xinjiang province hours later, injuring at least 32.
The landslide hit the mountainous southwestern province of Sichuan where disaster struck just months ago.
At least 33 have died in the wake of rains that lashed central and south China. Hunan province has suffered $1 billion in direct losses.
Some relatives are unhappy with the limited information they have received, while others are concerned about the rebuilding process and whether it would be done by winter.
At least six people have been killed after the village of Xinmo was swallowed by the cascading debris from a collapsed mountain during heavy rains in southwest China's Sichuan Province, officials say.
Giant Panda, Pan Pan helped to save his species with more than 130 descendants.
38-year-old giant panda Jia Jia had to be put down after her health rapidly deteriorated over the last two weeks.
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