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CHINA has established a cross-departmental working group to investigate the trade in improperly handled vaccines Women's Mike Hughes Jersey , following a scandal that raised concerns nationwide.

A large quantity of improperly stored or expired vaccines are believed to have been sold in more than 20 provincial-level regions since 2011.

Twenty-nine pharmaceutical companies are said to have been involved in selling them and 16 vaccination institutions are suspected of buying them, authorities say.

More than 130 people have been questioned and 69 criminal cases have been filed nationwide.

The State Council said the scandal had exposed weaknesses in the vaccine distribution system.

The working group established by the State Council is led by Bi Jingquan, head of the China Food and Drug Administration.

Senior officials from the National Health and Family Planning Commission, the Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Supervision and the CFDA are deputy heads.

Officials from the publicity department of the Party’s Central Committee, the Cyberspace Administration of China and the Supreme People’s Procuratorate are also members of the group.

The State Council said the group will also have a committee of experts but gave no further details about who would be members of it.

The State Council has also formed a supervision team to oversee and guide the investigation, and said it would publish results timely.

Meanwhile, medical experts have stressed the safety of Chinese vaccines and urged the public to continue to receive immunizations.

“The vaccines on the market are stable and controllable in terms of their safety and effectiveness,” said Wang Junzhi, a member of the Expert Committee on Biological Standardization of the World Health Organization.

“China has set up a national management system that is up to WHO standards to ensure the safety of its vaccines,” he said.

Initially, Chinese regulators only conducted examinations of finished vaccines. However, the quality control system has gradually evolved to cover the entire process from vaccine design and production to the finished product, Wang said.

Regulators have also conducted sample inspections of vaccines circulating in the market, Wang added.

In addition to allowing only authorized bodies to provide raw materials and produce and distribute vaccines, China has also introduced a batch release system to ensure vaccine safety, said Yang Xiaoming, chief scientist of the vaccine project under the 863 program, a national government-funded high-tech development initiative.

Under the system, which has covered all vaccine products since 2006, regulators conduct compulsory inspection and approval of each batch of vaccines before they leave factories. Items that fail inspection or approval will not be allowed to be sold or imported.

“The batch release system gears the vaccines to international standards,” Yang said.

A sign of endorsement of the quality and management system of Chinese vaccines, China is now lining up vaccines for WHO prequalification, Wang said.

At present, the Henan-based Hualan Biological Bacterin Co Ltd and the Chengdu subsidiary of China National Biotec Group have been approved by the WHO for their seasonal flu vaccine and Japanese encephalitis vaccine respectively, making them eligible for purchase by the United Nations.

Wang called for the public to have faith in Chinese vaccines and encouraged them to continue inoculations despite the scandal. “It’s more effective and cheaper to prevent a disease than to treat it,” Wang said.

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MOGADISHU, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- At least seven people werekilled and ten others injured on Thursday evening in a car bombexplosion in a busy market in Mogadishu, officials haveconfirmed.

Mogadishu city spokesman Abditifitah Halane told reporters thecar blew up next to a public service vehicle in Hamarweynemarket.

"Seven people have been killed in the attack. The victims werein a public vehicle when the explosion hit their vehicle killingthem," said Halane.

No group has claimed responsibility for the latest attack in theHorn of Africa nation.

However, the Al-Qaeda allied militant group, Al-Shabaab, isusually behind such attacks.

The Al-Shabaab insurgents were pushed out the capital Mogadishuby African Union peacekeeping forces (AMISOM) in 2011 but stillmount daily attacks on government and AMISOM bases including publicplaces. Enditem

Singapore (Singapore) - European plane maker Airbus on Wednesday suffered a fresh blow to its A380 superjumbo programme after Singapore Airlines (SIA) said it would not renew the lease on its oldest A380.

SIA, whose aircraft choices are closely watched by the global aviation industry, became the launch customer of the A380 in 2007 and now has 19 of the world's largest commercial aircraft in its fleet, with five more awaiting delivery.

"Our first five A380s are on 10-year leases, with options to extend. The first expires in October 2017, and we have decided not to extend it," SIA said in a statement.
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