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Six coronavirus deaths in US, China cases slow

Six people have died in Washington state as the United States grapples with more than 100 cases of the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.

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A FedEx pilot was arrested by Chinese authorities

A FedEx pilot was recently detained by Chinese authorities in Guangzhou, a city in southern mainland China.

Airline employee worked illegally for the Chinese military at New York airports, US prosecutors...

A former employee of a Chinese airline at two of the main airports serving New York has pleaded guilty to felony charges stemming from the illegal shipment of packages on behalf of China's military.

Equifax: US charges four Chinese military officers over huge hack

The US has charged four Chinese military officers over the huge cyber-attack on credit rating giant Equifax.

US tariffs ‘like knife to the neck’, says China trade negotiator

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Silicon Valley Staff encouraged to Work From Home on Virus

Apple Inc. is encouraging employees in Silicon Valley to work from home as an “additional precaution” against the outbreak of coronavirus, joining other major technology companies, including Alphabet Inc. and Microsoft Corp.