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chinadaily.com.cn 2023-09-15 16:07


> Tianzhou-5 cargo craft re-enters atmosphere after completing mission

This simulated image captured at the Beijing Aerospace Control Center on Nov 12, 2022 shows China's cargo spacecraft Tianzhou 5 having conducted a fast automated rendezvous and docking with the combination of the space station Tiangong. [Photo/Xinhua]

China's Tianzhou-5 cargo craft re-entered the atmosphere in a controlled manner at 9:13 am (Beijing Time) Tuesday, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

Most of the spacecraft's components burned up during the re-entry, and a small amount of debris fell into the predetermined safe waters of the South Pacific.

According to the agency, many application projects carried into space by the Tianzhou-5 are progressing smoothly and have achieved fruitful results.

Among them is the Macao Student Science Satellite 1, which was stowed in the cargo craft before being released into orbit on Dec. 18, 2022.
其中包括天舟五号货运飞船于2022年12月18日成功释放的 “澳门学生科普卫星一号”立方星。

This satellite is operating stably in orbit, functioning as a space-based scientific practice platform for amateur radio enthusiasts in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, on both sides of the Taiwan Strait and around the world. It has vigorously promoted the in-depth cooperation and exchanges between the Chinese mainland and Macao in space science popularization and education, the agency noted.

The in-orbit test of space hydrogen-oxygen fuel cells is another experimental achievement onboard the Tianzhou-5, providing data and theoretical support for China's future manned lunar explorations. Other key payloads include the space high-energy particle detection equipment, which completed an extravehicular mission.

At present, three batches of application projects have been carried by Tianzhou into space.

The agency said future manned space missions will continue to open its cargo craft payloads to the public.

> Fraud suspects handed over to Chinese police

Telecom fraud suspects captured in the latest joint raid operations in Laos have been escorted back to China. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

A total of 164 suspects involved in online fraud were handed over to Chinese police by Lao law enforcement officials and brought back to China on Monday, said the Ministry of Public Security.

These suspects were engaged in fake investment and finance-related online scams and were detained as a result of collaborative efforts between China and Laos in law enforcement.

They were escorted to China's Henan and Hebei provinces and Chongqing by police via chartered civil aircraft, according to the ministry.

Prior to this, police from Anhui province had already brought back 15 suspects from Laos.

In total, the 179 suspects were connected with about 270 cross-border online fraud cases spanning 13 provinces and municipalities in China, the ministry said.

The ministry stated that, due to the increasing number of online fraud cases involving fake investments and financial management fraud with significant losses since the beginning of this year, it had organized public security agencies in Hebei, Anhui, Henan, Chongqing and other regions to conduct comprehensive investigations.

After thorough analysis, the police discovered that a number of fake investment fraud cases involving amounts of more than 1 million yuan ($140,000) were traced to Laos.

To resolutely bust the fraud groups, the ministry sent police officers from Hebei, Anhui, Henan and Chongqing to form a working group in July to cooperate with police in Laos.

On July 19, Lao police carried out an operation in Savannakhet, resulting in the capture of 15 suspects.

Subsequently, with the assistance of the Chinese police working group, Lao police carried out 10 operations in various regions. As a result, they detained 164 suspects, including nine key members of the fraud groups and 23 fugitives, and seized tools used for their activities.

The ministry has been continuously intensifying efforts to combat cross-border online fraud and had sent working groups to countries and regions such as Thailand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Indonesia for law enforcement cooperation.

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