Moments of the week (6/1-6/7)
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People visit a street crowded with small businesses in Suining, Sichuan Province, on Tuesday. Street vendors are returning to cities as the authorities unveiled supportive policies for the sector, aiming to help increase people's incomes and revive the economy hit by the COVID-19 outbreak. (Photo: China Daily)
Aerial photo taken on Wednesday shows Gouhu Lake, the biggest salt lake in Dingbian County, Northwest China's Shaanxi Province. (Photo: Xinhua)
A village cooperative member dries straw-woven handicrafts in Tancheng County of Linyi, East China's Shandong Province, on Thursday. Authorities in Tancheng have explored eco-friendly ways to dispose of straws left after the wheat harvest, instead of burning them and causing extra emissions. Companies and cooperatives were established to make and sell straw-woven handicrafts. (Photo: Xinhua)
A sign saying "Have a Nice Day" is displayed on the side of a bus being used to transport protestors who had been arrested for violating curfew in Minneapolis, the United States, on Tuesday. (Photo: AP)
Aerial photo taken on Wednesday, shows students playing volleyball on a playground in a primary school in Xiangtan, central China's Hunan Province. (Photo: VCG)
People ride bicycles during a cycling event to mark World Environment Day in Bamiyan Province, Afghanistan, on Friday. (Photo: VCG)
Photo taken on Thursday shows a mural of George Floyd, who was suffocated to death in police custody in the mid-west US state of Minnesota last week, in central Manchester, Britain. (Photo: Xinhua)
A Palestinian protester holds two national flags of Palestine during clashes with Israeli soldiers following a protest against the Israeli annexation plans near the West Bank city of Nablus on Friday. (Photo: Xinhua)
A woman wearing a face mask prays at a mosque in Tunis, Tunisia, on Friday. The third phase of the national strategy for partially lifting the coronavirus lockdown in Tunisia was started on Thursday. (Photo: Xinhua)
Customers eat in protective covers at a restaurant in Paris, France on Monday. The number of COVID-19 cases in France surpassed 189,000 as of June. (Photo: Xinhua)