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Palestinian death toll in Gaza rises to 37,372: health authorities

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Palestinian death toll in Gaza rises to 37,372: health authorities

2024-06-19 09:34 Last Updated At:15:57

The ongoing Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip had resulted in 37,372 Palestinian deaths and 85,452 injuries, Gazan health authorities said in a press statement on Tuesday. According to the health authorities, the Israeli military operation in Gaza over the past 24 hours led to 25 deaths and 80 injuries.

Meanwhile, Palestinian media reported that Israeli air strikes killed at least 17 Palestinians in two refugee camps in Gaza Strip -- the Nuseirat and Bureij refugee camps -- from Monday midnight to Tuesday.

One of the air strikes killed at least 10 Palestinians including women and children.

The ongoing Palestine-Israel conflict broke out on Oct. 7, 2023 when the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) stormed into southern Israel from Gaza and rampaged through communities, killing 1,200 people and taking 240 hostages back to Gaza.

Since then, Israel has taken a large-scale offensive against Hamas in the Gaza Strip to retaliate against its rampage.

Palestinian death toll in Gaza rises to 37,372: health authorities

Palestinian death toll in Gaza rises to 37,372: health authorities

Palestinian death toll in Gaza rises to 37,372: health authorities

Palestinian death toll in Gaza rises to 37,372: health authorities

Open and sincere dialogue not only promotes the development of economic trade but also provides greater security guarantee for the international community, said former Slovenian President Borut Pahor.

The third plenary session of the 20th CPC Central Committee was held in Beijing from Monday to Thursday with the adoption of a resolution which aims at deepening reform comprehensively to advance Chinese modernization.

In an interview with China Global Television Network (CGTN), former Slovenian President Borut Pahor highlighted the resolution's importance and its potential influence on China's development. And also he praised the achievements China has made in the fields of reform and opening up, as well as modernization in recent years.

"In my mind, talking about 2035 as some sort of benchmark is very significant because it tells you about the horizon of expectations, not just about the President Xi and his party, but also of the expectations of the country. So the plenum has, in a way, built the road how to go on in the next 10 years basically to be then in 2035 modern society in all terms of the word. So we can see from the conclusions of the plenum that China is committed to a development," he said.

In the interview, he emphasized that there is interdependence between China and the European Union, and international issues currently faced should be resolved through dialogue.

"They are significantly interdependent, both China and the European Union, mainly in the fields of trade, investment, and technology. So I think it is in the best interest of both partners, China and the European Union, to go on with this collaboration. Let me be very frank with you. In this very moment, there are some problems, let us say so, between China and the United States, between China and the European Union. It is a challenging time now, but I think I'm an advocate of this. I think this should be overcome with a dialogue on both sides, with an open and sincere dialogue. This will make the international community much more safe, not just for the economic benefit of the West and China, of the European Union and China. This next level of confidence will make the world more safe, more secure," he said.

From his perspective, he asserted that China has seen transformative and comprehensive change, expanding opening up to a higher level.

"It's not just a huge country with a huge population. It is a modern society, much more than it has been 30 years ago, much more than it has been 15 years ago. The dynamic of development is just amazing. It's not just in technology, it's also in the people. You can see, you can feel when talking to the people how China is progressing," he said.

CPC plenary session charts course for global common good in long run: former Slovenian president

CPC plenary session charts course for global common good in long run: former Slovenian president

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