Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reported to the Iranian parliament on Sunday that negotiations for a 25-year bilateral trade deal with China are proceeding with “confidence and conviction.”
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tested positive for coronavirus infection on Tuesday, according to a statement from his communications ministry.
The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) issued an “updated timeline” of the coronavirus pandemic last week that admitted China did not issue an early warning about the rapidly spreading disease, contradicting previous statements by Director-General Tedr…
China’s state-run Global Times decided to phone its Fourth of July editorial in by cut-and-pasting a few insults tossed at President Donald Trump’s Mount Rushmore address by American media outlets.
The encrypted messaging service Telegram said on Sunday that it will temporarily refuse user data requests from Hong Kong courts due to the turmoil from the national security law imposed by Beijing.
Libya’s al-Watiya airbase was hit by airstrikes on Saturday night, drawing condemnation and a promise of retaliation from the internationally-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) headquartered in Tripoli.
Foreign corporations in Hong Kong are nervously considering their options after the passage of Beijing’s totalitarian “national security law” with several already closing their local offices.
Chinese state media on Friday celebrated support for “more than 70 countries” for its brutal crackdown on dissent in Hong Kong… a number that includes such global titans of human rights as North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba, and Afghanistan.
Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed a landslide victory on Thursday as 78 percent of Russians supposedly voted in favor of constitutional amendments that would allow him to remain in power until 2036, while only 21 percent voted against.
Chinese state media warn India’s ban on TikTok and other Chinese apps will hurt Indian consumers and businesses more.