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New CCP virus clusters have appeared as nations struggle to balance reopening economies, while in Europe, a debate erupted over the summer travel season.
Groups linked to China are attempting to illegally obtain information from organizations conducting research related to COVID-19, the ...
Officials and experts are sounding the alarm about the threat posed by Beijing's outsized influence in international organizations, ...
Wang Quanzhang says he plans to lodge a judicial complaint in a bid to overturn his conviction for 'subversion of state power.'
Rep. Mark Walker (R-N.C.) on May 12 introduced the Cage the Paper Tiger Act in an effort to hold China accountable for the CCP virus.
Senators introduced legislation that authorizes Trump to impose sanctions on China if it fails to provide a "full accounting" of what led to the pandemic.
In a week of escalating trade tensions with China, Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells has called for Australia to establish ...
New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has defended his support of Taiwan joining the World Health Organisation's ...
Beijing has been pressuring Vietnam and Malaysia as it asserts to sweeping claims over contested islands and ocean.
President Trump said May 11 he opposed renegotiating the terms of the “phase one” China trade agreement signed in mid-January after Beijing reportedly asked to reopen the trade talks to ease the terms.
The U.S. Senate on May 11 unanimously passed a bill supporting Taiwan's participation in the World Health Organization ...
A human rights coalition is calling on Canada to appoint a front-line contact for people and groups who are enduring harassment and intimidation as a result of their advocacy and activism on China.
Last week, British newspaper The Telegraph exclusively reported that the U.S. Senate is considering blocking the future deployment of various spy planes and other intelligence assets to Britain as a result of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to allow Chinese telecom giant Huawei to participate in the country’s 5G network.
The central Chinese city of Wuhan is requiring nucleic acid tests for the CCP virus for all residents, ...
China's factory prices fell in April, highlighting weakening industrial demand in the world's second-largest economy
Researchers in Taiwan say they have had good results with a new treatment that includes traditional Chinese medicine ingredients.
Hong Kong's government will give "priority” to a contentious bill that seeks to criminalize abuse of the Chinese national anthem, the city's leader said.
New Zealand said the country has to stand up for itself after China warned its backing of Taiwan's participation at the WHO could damage bilateral ties.
A former professor at Emory University has been convicted for tax fraud, in connection to his concealment of ...
Journalists were forced to kneel on the ground in a recent operation to disperse protesters in Mong Kok.