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China to pump 1.2 trillion yuan into economy amid panic-slowdown

China is to inject 1.2 trillion yuan ($174 billion) into its economy on Monday as its stock markets prepare to reopen, including providing banks...

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China-related remarks of Secretary Pompeo Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

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陕西全境沦陷,中共病毒向河北、河南蔓延

我告诉大家,河北!河北!会从石家庄、廊坊、张家口冬奥会,然后到承德。再爆发又是江浙。就是春节啊,这个春节春运又是,然后就是广州。武汉可能再次面临着重大的传染。这是共产党给人家放毒。

China braves politics of Middle East

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China casts its net deep into the Pacific with $2b fish farm

China is building a $2 billion fish farm in French Polynesia - its second-largest investment in the Pacific - as a string of US...

Mahathir aims to scrap China deals

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Taylor Swift to Perform in China at Alibaba Gala amid Hong Kong Protests

Swift is expected to perform Nov. 10 in Shanghai at an annual live concert event that typically draws international pop stars and celebrities who are...

US State Department: Situation in Hong Kong

The United States is watching the situation in Hong Kong with grave concern.  ‎We condemn violence on all sides, extend our sympathies to victims...

Hong Kong activist arrested over claim Chinese agents stapled his legs

Hong Kong police have arrested a pro-democracy activist who said mainland Chinese agents had stapled his legs on suspicion of providing false information. Howard Lam made headlines...

China calls on Brazil to take stricter safety measures on food shipments

China on Tuesday called on Brazil to take stricter safety measures in its food shipments, as Brazilian officials scrambled to limit the fallout from...

China opens movie theater on disputed South China Sea island

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China makes disrespect of national anthem a crime

Anyone who mocks China's national anthem faces up to 15 days in police detention after parliament criminalised such acts in a new law on...