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NATO rejects Ukraine no******
This handout video grab taken and released by the Ukraine Presidency press service on March 4, 2022, shows Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky delivering an address in Kiev.
NATO on Friday rejected Ukrainian calls to help it protect its skies from Russian missiles and warplanes, wary of being dragged into Moscow's conflicts with its neighbor, but Europe promised more sanctions.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky strongly criticized the decision, saying the alliance had given Russia the green light to continue its bombing campaign.
He had earlier appealed to NATO to set up a no-fly zone over Ukraine.
"We are not part of this conflict," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in denying Ukraine's request.
"We have a responsibility as NATO allies to prevent this war from escalating beyond Ukraine because that would be even more dangerous, more devastating and would cause even more human suffering," he said following a NATO meeting in Brussels.
Ukraine wants to join the European Union and NATO, moves which Moscow says threaten its security and influence.
"Today there was a NATO summit, a weak summit, a confused summit, a summit where it was clear that not everyone considers the battle for Europe's freedom to be the No.1 goal," Zelensky said a televised address late on Friday.
"Today, the leadership of the alliance gave the green light for further bombing of Ukrainian cities and villages, having refused to set up a no-fly zone."
While the West condemned Putin, members of the 30-strong NATO are bound to defend each other in case of attack and wary of sinking into a war with nuclear-armed Russia. The EU threatened more sanctions but it was not clear what it could do.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the alliance would defend "every inch" of NATO territory and that Moscow should not doubt Washington's resolve.
But the alliance – in which the United States, Britain and France are also nuclear powers – dashed Ukraine's hopes of immediate help.
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China's factory gate prices rise in October******
BEIJING, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- China's factory prices continued to pick up in October due to the combined impact of international factors and the tight domestic supply of key energy and raw materials, official data showed Wednesday.。
The producer price index (PPI), which measures costs for goods at the factory gate, went up 13.5 percent year on year in October, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed.。
The figure went up from the 10.7 percent year-on-year increase registered in September.。
On a monthly basis, China's PPI rose 2.5 percent in October.。
Specifically, the rising prices of international crude oil have driven the prices of domestic oil-related industries, with the PPI for the oil exploitation sector up 7.1 percent from a month ago, said senior NBS statistician Dong Lijuan.。
Due to the tight supply of coal last month, the factory-gate prices for coal mining and washing industry increased 20.1 percent month on month, while that for coal processing industry saw 12.8-percent growth.。
On a yearly basis, the prices of production materials went up 17.9 percent, 3.7 percentage points higher than the increase recorded in September.。
Among the 40 surveyed industrial sectors, 36 reported year-on-year price rises, Dong said.。
Wednesday's data also showed that China's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, rose 1.5 percent year on year in October. Enditem。