The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting after the deadliest day in Gaza in years.
At least 60-Palestinians killed, thousands more injured.
With the U.S. out, Iran and European leaders meet in Brussels in an effort to save the nuclear deal.
And, high-stakes trade talks between the United States and China. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He is in Washington and will meet with the U.S. delegation later this week for key trade talks.
CGTN’s Nathan King reports.
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- Qinduo Xu is a senior researcher at the Pangoal Institution.
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