Sweden grants refugee status to China’s Uighur Muslims, prompting calls for UK to follow...

The Swedish migration agency said the minority would be automatically considered at risk of persecution in Xinjiang province, where more than a million Uighurs have been detained in re-education camps in a crackdown on Islam.

Coronavirus: Europe now epicentre of the pandemic, says WHO

Europe is now the "epicentre" of the global coronavirus pandemic, the head of the World Health Organization says.

The U.S.-China Tech War Is Being Fought in Central Europe

But Huawei’s role here has come under growing domestic scrutiny in recent months, with the country’s cybersecurity agency labeling it a threat.

Xi Jinping sets out to woo investors in Spain, Portugal

China will widen market access for foreign investors and step up protection of intellectual property rights, Chinese President Xi Jinping said yesterday during a state visit to Spain.

Italy’s drive to join China’s Belt and Road hits potholes

The ancient Silk Road was a network of trading routes that stretched from China to Italy, transporting goods, skills and ideas half way around the world.

Sweden recalls China envoy over ‘deal’ on detained bookseller

Sweden has recalled its ambassador to China over her involvement in a bizarre meeting involving the daughter of a detained Swedish-Chinese bookseller.

Why Sweden and China have fallen out so badly

It's a diplomatic spat no one saw coming, but tensions have over the past few weeks been escalating between China and Sweden.

Turkey promises to eliminate anti-China media reports

Turkey regards China's security as akin to its own and will move to stamp out any anti-China reports in its media, Turkish Foreign Minister...

EU, China relations assume greater heft in the Trump era

In a period in which multilateralism seems under threat, European Union-China relations have never appeared as highly strategic as they are today. To some...

Europe raises flags on China’s cyber espionage

A PwC study urges the EU to strike a deal with China to limit cyber espionage, which it says is rampant. The EU is gearing...
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‘Vatican Blackout’ Trends on Twitter as Trigger-Happy Users Try to Link It with US...

Many social media users pointed out that there was a massive blackout at the Vatican, and Pope Francies has been arrested. Mr. Lu De believes they are spreading such news now, which signals that something big would happen at the Vatican.

Boris Johnson Tightens U.K. Lockdown, Citing Fast-Spreading Version of Virus

The coronavirus has mutated many times since it first emerged in China in 2019, according to epidemiologists. On Friday, South Africa reported it had identified a variant that it said was driving a new wave of infections there. Scientists said it was different from the one identified in Britain.

The Devil Reigns in Davos

Two days after Donald Trump gave that speech the 89-year-old leftist, weirdo billionaire George Soros made an emergency intervention at Davos, once again warning that the US 2020 election will determine” the fate of the whole world”.

WHO fears Europe will experience third COVID-19 wave in early 2021

A World Health Organisation special envoy on COVID-19 is predicting a third wave of the pandemic in Europe in early 2021, if governments fail to take needed action.

We must choose our China policy: Commerce or conscience?

We have sent a letter to President Sassoli of the European Parliament to make this happen. Let it be a first step to a China-policy that is more credible and more conscience-based.

European companies tap into Chinese market amid recovery

European companies tap into Chinese market amid recovery. Merkel’s China reset is mostly hollow.

Trump Turning More Countries in Europe Against Huawei

This month, the United States launched a new U.S.-EU dialogue on China aimed at coordinating policies across the Atlantic to address China’s emerging role as a global superpower.

5 Best Universities in China for International Students

With each city, universities in China are offering international students more and more English-language study programs, while the cost of studying in the country is significantly lower than in Europe, the UK and North America.

East European nations grow disillusioned with China

Enthusiasm for China was strong in Eastern Europe at the time, amid a period of rapid economic construction. But expectations among these nations of the support that China could offer are starting to turn into disappointment.

UK Lib Dems to call for possible sanctions against China over Uighur abuses

The Liberal Democrats are to call on the government to consider sanctions against Chinese leaders over rights abuses against the Uighur people, and urged the British public to think about boycotting Chinese firms such as TikTok and Huawei.