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wo days ago, she asked▓ the astronauts in the space lab whether they had seen▓ aliens."I haven't seen aliens, yet, but I do harbor a hope that I will see aliens, and many other peculiar things aside," Chen Dong, Jing's teammate in the mission, replied in his Space Journal.Xinhua has sent some of the c▓hildren's messages, pictures and videos to Jing. Please scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease sca▓n the QR Code to follow us on Wechat300 schools damaged in Haiti, 100,000 children out of schoo▓l, UNICEF says300 schools damaged in Haiti, 100,00▓0 children out of school, UNICEF says300 schools damaged in Haiti, 100,000 child▓ren out of school, UNICEF says10-12-2016 11:09 BJTUNITED ▓NATIONS, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) -- One week after Hurricane Matth▓ew slammed into Haiti, and as schools re-open across the sma▓ll island country, more than 100,000 Hurricane Matthew will▓ be missing out on learning after their schools were either▓ damaged or converted into shelters, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said here Tuesday."At least 100,000 children today will not experience the joy, safety and stimulation that being in a classroom brings," said Jean Metenier, the UNICEF deputy representative in Hait

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