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NATO leaders prepare for a group photo at the alliance’s summit in Watford, Britain, on Wednesday.

US 'attempt to interfere' condemned

China expressed strong anger and condemnation on Wednesday after the United States House of Representatives passed a bill in the name of protecting human rights in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.


Perpetrators most in need of urgent help, says psychologist

People who violently assault their family members are in urgent need of assistance, according to a psychologist.


Constitution promotion now imperative

Top officials in Hong Kong on Wednesday stressed it is imperative to push ahead with education on the nation's Constitution and strengthen Hong Kong people's awareness of national identity amid protracted social unrest.


Climate change vows urged to be honored

While vowing to maximize efforts in carbon emission reduction, China urged developed countries to close gaps in support committed to the Third World for their pre-2020 climate actions as delegates from almost 200 countries gather in Madrid for the United Nations climate change conference.


US facing new front in trade conflict

Battle lines are being drawn for a possible trade war between the European Union and the United States after US President Donald Trump's threat to put 100-percent tariffs on French goods such as Champagne and cheese prompted French President Emmanuel Macron to declare that any such measures would be treated as an attack on all of Europe.


Policy focus to be on stable growth, lower risks in 2020

Macroeconomic policies in China are expected to strike a balance between growth stability and risk prevention next year, with the overall GDP growth during the period expected to be around 6 percent, economists said on Wednesday.


Anhui finds new engine to drive development

HEFEI-In a sprawling workshop about the size of 180 soccer fields in East China's Anhui province, huge glass substrates move slowly on the automated production line. They will be cut and made into LCD screens for TVs.


US bill on Xinjiang sabotages fight against terrorism and extremism

The so-called Uyghur Act of 2019 passed by the United States House of Representatives on Tuesday is not just a vicious misrepresentation of China's legitimate fight against extremism, it is gross interference in its domestic affairs, and a naked attempt to disrupt China's national rejuvenation.


'Cold war' on a hot planet

With the run-up to the US presidential election, it is the season for bashing China. The Republicans and Democrats will try to out-do each other in painting China as the enemy of everything the United States stands for. Although some of it can be safely ascribed to the usual pre-election US political theatrics, there are new forces at work this time which should concern us all.


Casting off the past

When director Diao Yi'nan stumbled upon a photo of the actor Hu Ge in a magazine, he suddenly realized he had found the ideal lead for his new movie, The Wild Goose Lake.


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