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Chen Peng a villager from an impoverished

Chen Peng a villager from an impoverished

Chen Peng a villager from an impoverished(200929) -- SHIZHU, Sept. 29, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Chen Peng, a villager from an impoverished household, tends a contracted sealwort field in Huaxi Village of Zhongyi Township, Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, May 8, 2020. \r\n Zhongyi Township in Chongqing had a high incidence of poverty due to poor soil quality and inconvenient transportation in a mountainous terrain.\r\n Before 2018, more than 60 percent of labor force in Huaxi Village went out to other cities to earn a living, which left nearly 60 percent of the farmland uncultivated. \r\n But poverty relief efforts began to bring about changes to Huaxi in 2018. To help villagers shake off poverty, officials taking charge of poverty alleviation work made a detailed survey on the local geological condition. The finding shows that the local soil and weather are more suitable to grow high-yield economic plants such as sealwort, a kind of traditional Chinese herb, than just corn and potatoes. \r\n Having persuaded villagers to rent out their farmland to a collective enterprise, poverty-alleviation officials not only introduced planting knowledge and skills but also hired the villagers to plant and manage the fields. Meanwhile, villagers are encouraged to invest in the enterprise to have a stake.\r\nBy 2020, about 17 hectares of peach, 21 hectares of papaya and 45 hectares of sealwort have been planted on farmland contracted with villagers.\r\n These efforts on the one hand make the villagers have a stable income from land rentals and on the other hand spur them to make money by working hard in the field. At the yearend, the villagers even have the chance to get dividends from the enterprise. \r\n Better living condition in the village and promising future have attracted villagers who were working in other places to come back. In 2019 alone, 26 people returned to Huaxi and have started their own businesses. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
Aerial photo taken on April 8 2020 shows

Aerial photo taken on April 8 2020 shows

Aerial photo taken on April 8 2020 shows(200929) -- SHIZHU, Sept. 29, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2020 shows refurbished residential houses amid farm fields in Huaxi Village of Zhongyi Township, Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality.\r\n Zhongyi Township in Chongqing had a high incidence of poverty due to poor soil quality and inconvenient transportation in a mountainous terrain.\r\n Before 2018, more than 60 percent of labor force in Huaxi Village went out to other cities to earn a living, which left nearly 60 percent of the farmland uncultivated. \r\n But poverty relief efforts began to bring about changes to Huaxi in 2018. To help villagers shake off poverty, officials taking charge of poverty alleviation work made a detailed survey on the local geological condition. The finding shows that the local soil and weather are more suitable to grow high-yield economic plants such as sealwort, a kind of traditional Chinese herb, than just corn and potatoes. \r\n Having persuaded villagers to rent out their farmland to a collective enterprise, poverty-alleviation officials not only introduced planting knowledge and skills but also hired the villagers to plant and manage the fields. Meanwhile, villagers are encouraged to invest in the enterprise to have a stake.\r\nBy 2020, about 17 hectares of peach, 21 hectares of papaya and 45 hectares of sealwort have been planted on farmland contracted with villagers.\r\n These efforts on the one hand make the villagers have a stable income from land rentals and on the other hand spur them to make money by working hard in the field. At the yearend, the villagers even have the chance to get dividends from the enterprise. \r\n Better living condition in the village and promising future have attracted villagers who were working in other places to come back. In 2019 alone, 26 people returned to Huaxi and have started their own businesses. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
TOP File photo provided by the local

TOP File photo provided by the local

TOP File photo provided by the local(200929) -- SHIZHU, Sept. 29, 2020 (Xinhua) -- TOP: File photo provided by the local government shows an aerial view of the Zhongyi Township Primary School in Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality in 2013.\r\nBOTTOM: Aerial photo taken on April 8, 2020 shows the same school after refurbishment. (Photo taken by Liu Chan)\r\n Zhongyi Township in Chongqing had a high incidence of poverty due to poor soil quality and inconvenient transportation in a mountainous terrain.\r\n Before 2018, more than 60 percent of labor force in Huaxi Village went out to other cities to earn a living, which left nearly 60 percent of the farmland uncultivated. \r\n But poverty relief efforts began to bring about changes to Huaxi in 2018. To help villagers shake off poverty, officials taking charge of poverty alleviation work made a detailed survey on the local geological condition. The finding shows that the local soil and weather are more suitable to grow high-yield economic plants such as sealwort, a kind of traditional Chinese herb, than just corn and potatoes. \r\n Having persuaded villagers to rent out their farmland to a collective enterprise, poverty-alleviation officials not only introduced planting knowledge and skills but also hired the villagers to plant and manage the fields. Meanwhile, villagers are encouraged to invest in the enterprise to have a stake.\r\nBy 2020, about 17 hectares of peach, 21 hectares of papaya and 45 hectares of sealwort have been planted on farmland contracted with villagers.\r\n These efforts on the one hand make the villagers have a stable income from land rentals and on the other hand spur them to make money by working hard in the field. At the yearend, the villagers even have the chance to get dividends from the enterprise. \r\n Better living condition in the village and promising future have attracted villagers who were working in other places to come back. In 2019 alone, 26 people returned to Huaxi and have started their own businesses. (Xinhua)
USA 2020 ELECTION DEBATE

USA 2020 ELECTION DEBATE

USA 2020 ELECTION DEBATEepa08707091 Fox News anchor and moderator Chris Wallace speaks to the audience shortly before US President Donald J. Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden participate in the first 2020 presidential election debate at Samson Pavilion in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 29 September 2020. The first presidential debate is co-hosted by Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

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Luo Fenghua an official assigned to Huaxi to

Luo Fenghua an official assigned to Huaxi to

Luo Fenghua an official assigned to Huaxi to(200929) -- SHIZHU, Sept. 29, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Luo Fenghua, an official assigned to Huaxi to aid the poverty-reduction drive, checks a sealwort greenhouse in Huaxi Village of Zhongyi Township, Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, July 7, 2020.\r\n Zhongyi Township in Chongqing had a high incidence of poverty due to poor soil quality and inconvenient transportation in a mountainous terrain.\r\n Before 2018, more than 60 percent of labor force in Huaxi Village went out to other cities to earn a living, which left nearly 60 percent of the farmland uncultivated. \r\n But poverty relief efforts began to bring about changes to Huaxi in 2018. To help villagers shake off poverty, officials taking charge of poverty alleviation work made a detailed survey on the local geological condition. The finding shows that the local soil and weather are more suitable to grow high-yield economic plants such as sealwort, a kind of traditional Chinese herb, than just corn and potatoes. \r\n Having persuaded villagers to rent out their farmland to a collective enterprise, poverty-alleviation officials not only introduced planting knowledge and skills but also hired the villagers to plant and manage the fields. Meanwhile, villagers are encouraged to invest in the enterprise to have a stake.\r\nBy 2020, about 17 hectares of peach, 21 hectares of papaya and 45 hectares of sealwort have been planted on farmland contracted with villagers.\r\n These efforts on the one hand make the villagers have a stable income from land rentals and on the other hand spur them to make money by working hard in the field. At the yearend, the villagers even have the chance to get dividends from the enterprise. \r\n Better living condition in the village and promising future have attracted villagers who were working in other places to come back. In 2019 alone, 26 people returned to Huaxi and have started their own businesses. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
Villager Ma Peiqing C poses for a photo

Villager Ma Peiqing C poses for a photo

Villager Ma Peiqing C poses for a photo(200929) -- SHIZHU, Sept. 29, 2020 (Xinhua) -- Villager Ma Peiqing (C) poses for a photo with her youngest son Chen Peng (R) and daughter-in-law Tan Minglan at their home in Huaxi Village of Zhongyi Township, Shizhu Tujia Autonomous County, southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, April 8, 2020.\r\n Zhongyi Township in Chongqing had a high incidence of poverty due to poor soil quality and inconvenient transportation in a mountainous terrain.\r\n Before 2018, more than 60 percent of labor force in Huaxi Village went out to other cities to earn a living, which left nearly 60 percent of the farmland uncultivated. \r\n But poverty relief efforts began to bring about changes to Huaxi in 2018. To help villagers shake off poverty, officials taking charge of poverty alleviation work made a detailed survey on the local geological condition. The finding shows that the local soil and weather are more suitable to grow high-yield economic plants such as sealwort, a kind of traditional Chinese herb, than just corn and potatoes. \r\n Having persuaded villagers to rent out their farmland to a collective enterprise, poverty-alleviation officials not only introduced planting knowledge and skills but also hired the villagers to plant and manage the fields. Meanwhile, villagers are encouraged to invest in the enterprise to have a stake.\r\nBy 2020, about 17 hectares of peach, 21 hectares of papaya and 45 hectares of sealwort have been planted on farmland contracted with villagers.\r\n These efforts on the one hand make the villagers have a stable income from land rentals and on the other hand spur them to make money by working hard in the field. At the yearend, the villagers even have the chance to get dividends from the enterprise. \r\n Better living condition in the village and promising future have attracted villagers who were working in other places to come back. In 2019 alone, 26 people returned to Huaxi and have started their own businesses. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
VENEZUELA ECONOMY

VENEZUELA ECONOMY

VENEZUELA ECONOMYepa08707089 A handout photo made available by the Miraflores Press shows Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (L) and the President of the National Constituent Assembly, Diosdado Cabello (R), during a government act in Caracas, Venezuela, 29 September 2020. Maduro acknowledged that Venezuela has lost 99 percent of its foreign currency income in the last six years, blaming it on US sanctions. EPA/MIRAFLORES PRESS / HANDOUT HANDOUT/EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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ECUADOR SOCCER COPA LIBERTADORES

ECUADOR SOCCER COPA LIBERTADORES

ECUADOR SOCCER COPA LIBERTADORESepa08707085 LDU Quito's Alejandro Munoz (L) in action against Hiromi Tello (R) of Binacional, during a match of Group D of the Copa Libertadores, between LDU Quito of Ecuador and the Peruvian Binacional, in Quito, Ecuador, 29 September 2020. EPA/Jose Jacome

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ARGENTINA HEALTH PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS

ARGENTINA HEALTH PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUS

ARGENTINA HEALTH PANDEMIC CORONAVIRUSepa08707082 A COVID-19 patient in the Intensive Care Unit at a hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 29 September 2020. The Government of Argentina launched a detection plan in the province of Santa Fe, to find people infected with the virus as well as those who came in close contact with them. The program includes the optimization of intensive care units. The plan, launched in Buenos Aires at the beginning of the pandemic, is now spreading to provinces such as Santa Fe, one of the districts where the virus is spreading at a faster rate. EPA/Juan Ignacio Roncoroni

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USA SENATE SUPREME COURT PROTEST

USA SENATE SUPREME COURT PROTEST

USA SENATE SUPREME COURT PROTESTepa08707070 The US Capitol Building in Washington, DC, USA, 29 September 2020. Senators began meetings with Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett ahead of her expected confirmation hearings on 12 October. EPA/ALEX EDELMAN

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