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Palestinians sit in the ruins of their house after it was destroyed by an Israeli airstrike on Rafah, in the Gaza Strip on Sunday. The strikes killed 33 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, the worst daily death toll in almost a week of clashes. The UN Security Council is preparing to meet amid global concern over the escalating conflict.Said Khatib/afp

Xi sets tone for future of mega water project

President Xi Jinping set the tone for the future development of China's mega water diversion project at a symposium on Friday, a meeting analysts said will pave the way for the construction of a national network of water resources and stronger water conservation measures in the next five years.


NBS: Economy firmer in April

China's economic recovery gained a firmer foothold in April, but rising commodity prices are beginning to erode growth and require targeted policy support, officials and experts said on Monday.


Shanghai a reflection of China's future

Editor's note: This year, the Communist Party of China is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding. China Daily is publishing a series of stories looking at the tremendous changes that have occurred in provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities under the leadership of the Party. They also include stories of the people and places that have left indelible marks in the Party's path to glory.


China's digital edge hailed in climate efforts

China is a leader in finding digital technology solutions to accelerate progress on climate goals, and the US can learn from its efforts, a US environmental scientist said.


Monetary scene unlikely to tighten now

Policymakers are unlikely to tighten monetary policies in China despite rising inflation concerns due to the US central bank's dovish attitude toward its ultraloose monetary policy, experts said on Monday.


Generation Z helping drive nation's consumption boom

As consumption is set to drive China's economic growth in the coming decade, discussions abound as to what will characterize the next generation of shoppers.


US part of the problem, not part of the solution

Tensions between Israel and militant groups in the Gaza Strip continued to escalate on Sunday for the seventh day in a row, and the international community needs to act with urgency to prevent the situation from further deteriorating.


Rejection of lies and fabrications

The United States with the support of some of its allies continues to escalate its onslaught against China with the Joe Biden administration claiming the Chinese authorities are repressing more than"1 million detained Muslim Uygurs" in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region and engaging in "genocide", adopting the same rhetoric as its predecessor, the Donald Trump administration.


Discoveries at the crossroads

Michael Harrold's China journey has been anything but typical. It began in 1994 with a stint in the country as a stopover on his way home after spending seven years as the first Briton to live and work in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.


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