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Chinese state-run newspaper warns Britain on trade talks after warship sail

JAKARTA, INDONESIA - APRIL 22: Royal Naval Vessel HMS Albion arrives at the port of Tanjung Priok in Jakarta, Indonesia on April 22, 2018. Chinese state-run newspaper warns Britain on trade talks after warship sail China and Britain agreed last month to look at the possibility of reaching a “top notch” post-Brexit free trade deal which, if struck, would be an important political win for Britain’s Conservative government. The HMS Albion, a 22,000 ton amphibious warship, sailed near the Paracel Islands claimed by China last month, Reuters reported on Thursday, prompting an angry reaction from China. Anton Raharjo | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images JAKARTA, INDONESIA – APRIL 22: Royal Naval Vessel HMS Albion arrives at the port of Tanjung Priok in Jakarta, Indonesia on April 22, 2018. A British Royal Navy warship that sailed close to islands in the South China Sea claimed by China risked hampering any talks about a free trade agreement after Britain leaves the European Union , a major Chinese state-run newspaper said on Friday. China and Britain agreed last month to look at the possibility of reaching a “top notch” post-Brexit free trade deal which, if struck, would be an important political win for Britain’s Conservative government. “China and the UK had agreed to actively explore the possibility of discussing a free trade agreement after Brexit. Any act that harms China’s core interests will only put a spanner in the works,” the state-run China Daily newspaper said in an English-language editorial. Britain has long courted China for a post-Brexit trade deal and talked up a “golden era” in ties, although any talks could not begin until Britain officially leaves the European Union and typically take many years to conclude. The HMS Albion, a 22,000 ton amphibious warship, sailed near the Paracel Islands claimed by China last month, Reuters reported on Thursday, prompting an angry reaction from China which called it a “provocation.” The Paracels are occupied entirely by China but also claimed by Vietnam and Taiwan. China’s claims in the South China Sea, through which some $3 trillion of shipborne trade passes each year, are contested by Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam.

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Buck said that since then, the department has been seeking a way to give students another facet of experience. “The idea is, students at The Arrow are doing primarily campus news, but will go out for special coverage,” KRCU general manager Dan Woods said. “If it’s a story we were interested in, especially if it has broad appeal to our audience beyond the campus community, we’ll ask them to capture audio, too.” Woods said listeners win because they get more content, KRCU benefits from the fresh energy and new ideas, and students earn valuable experience. Buck said the students “get more than a classroom experience. It’s experiential learning between courses, and a bigger experience with professional partners.” One recent story cited the growing concerns about “jungle juice” � a drink made up of sugary juices and hard alcohol � at student parties. Another detailed former SEMO student Kevin Windham’s run for a seat in the Missouri House. Windham won the Democratic primary for Missouri’s 85th District in August and faces Republican Steven McKnight in the November general election. “This university is all about real-world, practical experience,” Woods said. “This feeds right into that.” KRCU has a long history of affiliation with the university. Buck said the station has its origins at Southeast’s Grauel Building. The original signal carried only a few blocks off campus.

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