As the curtain closes on his tenure as Secretary of State, Pompeo has cynically pursued a strategy of provocation to undermine the incoming Biden administration.
GDP of the world's second biggest economy grew 2.3 percent in 2020, making the Asian giant the only major economy in the world to avoid a contraction last year.
Miners say 12 of them are still alive and are in urgent need of medicine, in a message that comes after over a week of blast in a gold mine in eastern Shandong province trapping 22 workers.
It paints a cold picture of how the US seeks to use its South-East Asian allies to contend with China and North Korea.
If Biden crafts an Obama 2.0 foreign policy, the result will be a world where illiberalism and tyranny prosper.
The Rajapaksa government’s decision to revive the stalled East Container Terminal project is a signal that Colombo is shifting towards balancing its ties with Beijing and New Delhi, experts argue.
The novel coronavirus has infected over 93 million people globally and claimed more than 2 million lives. Here are the updates for January 15:
One of the first long term studies of its kind finds growing satisfaction among Chinese people towards central authorities.
New efficacy data from Brazil on Sinovac's Covid-19 vaccine, for which there are now four widely different success rates, raised more questions than answers, as many developing countries pin their hopes on CoronaVac to end the pandemic.
Washington says it will ban all cotton and tomato products from western Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region over allegations they are made with forced labour from jailed Uighur Muslims.
Huawei patent from 2018 describes the technology used to identify race features in pedestrians photographed or filmed in the street that may indicate they are of Uighur origin.
FM Dominic Raab says UK will introduce new rules for firms to try to prevent goods linked to alleged forced labour of Muslim Uighurs in China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. Meanwhile, Beijing warns London not to interfere in its affairs.
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