President Xi Jinping issues warning to potential "invaders", saying Chinese and North Korean troops shattered "the myth of the invincibility of the US military" during the 1950-53 war between two Koreas and allies.
Giving the UAE F-35 fighter jets could render all the research and effort behind the next-generation stealth aircraft useless.
President Trump, facing a re-election battle with the US dealing with the world's highest number of deaths and infections from coronavirus, focused his speech on attacking China.
Ren Zhiqiang embezzled almost $7.4 million of public funds and accepted bribes worth $184,178, according to a court verdict. Rights campaigners accuse President Xi Jinping and the Communist Party of using corruption charges to silence dissent.
Brussels says "significant progress" has been made and officials hope to agree a "roadmap" to get a deal done by the end of the year, but they also warn Beijing needs to do more to improve market access for European companies.
As European criticism of China mounts over human rights, will there be an increasing political price to pay for economic engagement?
China's ruling Communist Party is accused of mass detentions, forced labor, forced birth control and other abuses against Muslim minorities in the country's Xinjiang region. China denies the allegations.
Anti-government protesters have adapted new methods to protest without violating the new security law legislation.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel had video calls with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and President Xi Jinping, where they discussed ties, as well as China's security law for Hong Kong.
US President Trump says his former national security advisor John Bolton would pay a "big price" for what he described as an illegal tell-all memoir.
Stand-off between Indian and Chinese border troops is the culmination of festering tensions between the two sides over territory that has been contested for more than a century.
Brawls and face-offs flare up on a fairly regular basis between the two nuclear-armed giants over their 3,500-kilometre frontier, which has never been properly demarcated, but no one has been killed in decades.
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