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Global climate fight tolerates no selfishness
Global climate fight tolerates no selfishness
As world leaders converge in New York City Tuesday for an United Nations Climate Summit, some developed countries are being confronted with the same-old question, when are you going to act?
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News Analysis: Damascus tacitly supports U.S. airstrikes against Islamic State
09-24 09:11
For weeks Syrian officials have slammed U.S. plans to strike the Islamic State (IS) militant group on its soil, saying the move violates it sovereignty. But some analysts say Damascus has toned down its fiery rhetoric and now even tacitly supports the airstrikes against the armed group that has been wreaking havoc on the region.
Commentary: Fair judgment required for China's status as world's largest carbon emitter
09-23 09:33
As world leaders gather in New York City on Tuesday for an United Nations Climate Summit, some Western powers have once again rushed to push China into the limelight, hyping up its status as the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter.
Spotlight: Xi's four-nation tour highlights sincerity of China's neighborhood diplomacy
09-21 16:56
The just-concluded visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to central and south Asia highlighted China's sincerity and determination in advancing its neighborhood diplomacy.
Xinhua Insight: 30 years on, China to re-evaluate development zones
09-21 16:17
Three decades ago, the east coast of Tianjin City was a patch of deserted land with a few scattered factories. Now it is home to more than 14,000 companies, of which 5,000 are foreign-funded.
Interview: "Climate change is undermining rights of every child": UNICEF official
09-21 07:37
"Climate change is really undermining the rights of every child today and the children of tomorrow," Alex Heikens, a senior official with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), told Xinhua in an interview,just a few days before opening of the UN climate change summit.
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