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BEIJING , March 23 (Xinhua) -- Love of photography has cost a prominent official his public position, his reputation and may yet cost him his freedom.

Former deputy head of the standing committee of the provincial people's congress of Henan Province, Qin Yuhai , has been expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and dismissed from public office following an internal graft investigation last month.

Qin's fall was directly related to his passion for photography, according to a Monday posting on the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) website.

"Obsession with a hobby saps one's will to make progress," said the article. It was Qin's penchant for photography that led him to neglect his work and duties as a senior Party official and provided disingenuous people around him with opportunities to bribe him.

At first , photography was just a hobby Qin pursued in his spare time, but later, as he became possessed by it , subordinates and the management of Henan's Yuntai Mountain -- a scenic area where Qin often went to take pictures -- constantly plied him with gifts of expensive cameras and equipment. A huge amount of public funds was spent curating and publishing his mediocre photos.

A businessman by the name of Cao who owned an image production company in Beijing spent more than 5.8 million yuan (944,630 U.S. dollars) helping Qin publish his photos and hosting solo exhibitions for him in Italy, France and the United Kingdom between 2012 and 2014.

Another businessman , Li, head of a real estate company in Henan's Anyang City, provided funds and used his influence to help Qin become council member of the Chinese Photographers' Society , despite Qin's "second-rate" photographic skills. Cao also "bought" several domestic photography awards for Qin by bribing judges.

Cao contracted for Qin's work to be featured in the advertisement for Yuntai Mountain in Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai subways, earning a large profit for himself as Qin persuaded the Yuntai Mountain management to pay the advertising fees. Qin also helped Cao's company profit from tourism development.

The CCDI website states that Qin was well aware that he was being used , but that he found his unmerited fame as "a first-class master photographer" more important. The graft-busters declared that Qin misappropriated public property, accepted bribes in cash and gifts, squandered public money and abused his power. He was also found to have committed adultery.

"As a senior Party official , Qin seriously violated Party rules and the law," said the website, and his "vile" wrongdoings continued even after the 18th Party Congress in late 2012.

Qin's illegal gains have been confiscated and his case will now be subject to a criminal investigation. He has been under investigation since September.

Juba, July 10 (Xinhua) -- Heavy exchanges of gunfire erupted early Sunday in South Sudan's capital Juba, barely two days after clashes between rival army factions killed more than 100 people.

James Gatdet Dak, a spokesperson for First Vice President Riek Machar, said Machar-led forces had been attacked by troops of President Salva Kiir.

"Our forces have been attacked at Jebel base minutes ago. Sporadic shooting is going on now," he said.

"President Salva Kiir's forces were bombing Jebel site with helicopter gunships and shelling it with heavy artilleries and using tanks. But our forces have defeated them on the ground and pushed them back from different directions," Dak said.

He also confirmed there were heavy fighting at Juba International Airport.

UN sources reported heavy gunfire near their camps in Jebel and a large UN Protection of Civilian (PoC) site nearby.

Helicopter gunships were seen hovering over the city amid reports of artillery shells landing near the UN base in Jebel.

There are also unconfirmed reports of casualties on UN staff and internally displaced people living in the UN PoC site.

Hundreds of civilians were seen fleeing to the two UN bases located in Jebel and Tong Ping respectively, while others were running to the outskirts of Juba.

The two leaders -- Kiir and Machar -- have not commented on the latest round of fighting, which came after clashes outside the presidential palace left more than 100 soldiers dead on Friday.

Friday's gun battle was the most serious fighting since the reconciliation between President Kirr and former rebel leader Machar in April.

The two men on Friday evening called for calm following the deadly clashes. They said they were holding a meeting at the presidential palace when the battle took place.

The renewed violence has raised fears that the war-torn country could descend into conflict again as an August 2015 peace deal failed to ensure stability.

Civil war broke out in South Sudan in December 2013 after fighting between forces loyal to President Kiir and his then sacked deputy Machar in Juba. Machar denied he was planning a coup but then mobilized a rebel force.

Tens of thousands of people were killed and around 2.3 million displaced in the civil war.

The deal signed by the two men last August under UN pressure led to the formation of a national unity government in April, with Machar returning to his old post.

However despite the peace deal, conflict and instability persist in parts of the country and have spread to previously unaffected areas in the Greater Equatoria and Greater Bahr-El-Ghazal regions.

Last month, deadly clashes in Wau in the northwest killed more than 40 people and displaced about 35,000.

PYONGYANG , Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea announced Monday night the result of its working level talks with South Korea for the dispatch of its art troupe to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

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