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HANGZHOU, March 29 (Xinhua) -- Authorities in the eastern cities of Hangzhou, Xiamen and Fuzhou are set to roll out more measures to restrict housing purchases and cool the property market.


Hangzhou announced that starting Wednesday, single adults, including those who are divorced, who have a local "hukou" (permanent residence permits) and own at least one house, will not be permitted to buy new apartments in the city's urban area.


The property that business enterprises have purchased will not be tradable within the first three years. In addition, people who hold a hukou registered in the restriction areas must show evidence of living there for more than two years to buy property.


The minimum down payment for second homes will be raised to 60 percent. Those who have no home in Hangzhou but have a housing-loan record will be classed as second home buyers.


Purchase restrictions have also been introduced in Xiamen and Fuzhou.


Xiamen announced that starting Wednesday, those without a local haikou, who cannot provide evidence of paying 36 months worth of income tax and social security payments in the last four years, will not be able to buy property that has a floor size of less than 180 square meters.


Fuzhou also raised the minimum down payment to 50 percent for second homes.


From March, dozens of second-tier cities and cities neighboring Beijing and Shanghai have moved to limit housing purchases to cool property markets.


In the first two months of 2017, investment in China's real estate market rose 8.9 percent year on year to more than 985 billion yuan (143 billion U.S. dollars), and housing sales jumped 26 percent from the same period of 2016 to over 1 trillion yuan.

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Key Points:


--Two suspects in the Charlie Hebdo killings are believed to be surrounded by police in a building near Paris


--One or more hostages are being held hostage at a business near Charles de Gaulle airport


--Shots were fired earlier as police closed in to chase a car believed to contain the suspects


--Thousands of police - supported by helicopters - are involved in the security operation


Latest:


French Interior Ministry Spokesman said it is "almost certain" that hostage takers are the two Charlie Hebdo suspects.


DAMMARTIN-EN-GOELE - French authorities circled a small northern town with anti-terrorist police and helicopters on Friday after at least one person was taken hostage there and the two main suspects in the Charlie Hebdo killings were sighted.


"We have indications of the presence of the terrorists whom we want to stop," Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve told reporters in Paris after a police source said a hostage-taking was going on within an industrial unit in the town.


"An operation is underway right now in Dammartin-en-Goele, which is mobilizing all services in the zone," Cazeneuve said, adding that further operations would be conducted in "the upcoming hours, upcoming minutes."


Dammartin-en-Goele is 40 km (25 miles) from the woodland zone where police had been hunting the two suspects on Thursday.


Earlier, gunshots rang out in the town and a police source reported that police had been chasing a vehicle on the nearby A2 motorway.


Five helicopters were seen flying over an industrial zone outside the town of Dammartin-en-Goele and the French Interior Minister confirmed an operation was taking place there.


Before night fell on Thursday, officers had been focusing on their search some 40 km (25 miles) away on the woodland village of Corcy, not far from a service station where police sources said the brothers had been sighted in ski masks a day after the shootings at the newspaper.


The fugitive suspects are French-born sons of Algerian-boceir early 30s, and already under police surveillance. One was jailed for 18 months for trying to travel to Iraq a decade ago to fight as part of an Islamist cell. Police said they were "armed and dangerous".


One of two brothers visited Yemen in 2011 and met the late al Qaeda preacher Anwar al Awlaki during his stay, a senior Yemeni intelligence source said on Friday.


The source said Said Kouachi, was in Yemen for a number of months in 2011 as one of the foreigners who entered the country for religious studies, but there was no confirmed information whether he was trained by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), one of the group's most active affiliates.


A Yemeni official familiar with the matter said the Yemen government was aware of the possibility of a connection between Said Kouachi and AQAP, and was looking into any possible links.


US government sources said Said Kouachi and his brother Cherif Kouachi were listed in two US security databases, a highly classified database containing information on 1.2 million possible counter-terrorism suspects, called TIDE, and the much smaller "no fly" list maintained by the Terrorist Screening Center, an interagency unit.


US television network ABC reported that the brothers had been listed in the databases for "years."


Dave Joly, a spokesman for the Terrorist Screening Center, said he could neither confirm nor deny if the Kouachis were listed in counter-terrorism databases.


While world leaders described Wednesday's attack on the weekly newspaper Cahrlie Hebdo as an assault on democracy, al Qaeda's North Africa branch praised the gunmen as "knight(s) of truth".


Charlie Hebdo, where journalists were gunned down during an editorial meeting, had been firebombed in the past for printing cartoons that poked fun at militant Islam and some that mocked the Prophet Muhammad.

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