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A Greek foreign ministry official said Athens blocked the statement, calling it "unconstructive criticism of China" and said separate EU talks with China outside the U.N. were a better avenue for discussions. An EU official confirmed the statement had been blocked. Presented three times a year, the statement gives the EU a way to highlight abuses by states around the world on issues that other countries are unwilling to raise. The impasse is the latest blow to the EU's credentials as a defender of human rights, three diplomats said, and raises questions about the economically powerful EU's "soft power" that relies on inspiring countries to follow its example by outlawing the death penalty and upholding press freedoms. It also underscores the EU's awkward ties with China, its second-largest trade partner, diplomats said. Brussels has welcomed Beijing as an ally against U.S. President Donald Trump in the fight against climate change and trade protectionism. But as business ties grow, the bloc is struggling to speak out against a Chinese government crackdown on human rights lawyers and other activists since 2015. China's COSCO Shipping, owner of the world's fourth-largest container fleet, took a 51 percent stake in Greece's largest port last year.
Fire chiefs have said it would be a "miracle" to find anyone still alive in the charred remains of the 24-storey building. Almost 80 people were treated at hospitals across London in the aftermath of the blaze, with 17 still fighting for their lives. The fire is believed to have broken out in a fourth floor flat at the North Kensington block of flats at around 1am on Wednesday morning. Hundreds of people were trapped in the burning building and harrowing accounts of people's desperate attempts to flee the flames and smoke have emerged. Grenville Tower as the blaze ripped through it (Photo: Rex Features) The blaze quickly took hold (Photo: Rex Features) Fire crews and ambulance at the scene (Photo: Getty Images Europe) Mothers were forced to throw children out of windows, with one baby being miraculously being caught in the arms of people waiting below. Others frantically made make-shift ropes out of bedsheets as they tried to climb out of their fire-threatened homes. But one of the most harrowing is people being forced to step over dead bodies as they raced out of the blazing building. Here are some of the desperate survivors' stories of bravery and escape. Mario Gomes raced back into the building after getting separated from his 12-year-old daughter (Photo: Go Fund Me) The hero dad was torn from his 12-year-old daughter as the pair fled the burning building. But nothing could keep the devoted dad from racing back into the burning building to find her, despite stumbling over the bodies of those who didn't make it. The 38-year-old and his family were on the 21st floor but were told to 'stay put' by fire service operators after being woken by the blaze at 2.30am.Frightened neighbours came to his door believing it was safer because his flat was on the other side of the building from the flames.
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