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BEIJING (Reuters):China said on Wednesday (April 28) that it is a positive step for the United States to ease Covid-19 restrictions on Chinese students and other international students into the United States this fall.
BEIJING (Global Times): Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin witnessed via video link the groundbreaking ceremony of four advanced nuclear reactors powered by Russia's third-generation nuclear technology in China on Wednesday (May 19).
International community ‘should give more help in pandemic prevention materials, medical supplies, technology and funds’, Foreign Minister Wang Yi tells UN meetingLess than 2 per cent of the Covid-19 vaccines administered around the world were in Africa, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says
As the US forces prepare to leave Afghanistan after two decades of war there, India is feeling perturbed.
ALMOST one in every five Cambodians has already received a dose of anti-coronavirus vaccine, catapulting the country well past its wealthier, bigger South-East Asian neighbours.
BEIJING (China Daily/Xinhua): The National People's Congress, China's top legislature, on Wednesday (June 9) expressed strong indignation and resolute opposition to a US bill on innovation and competition, saying it tried to curb the development of China.
Seoul ‘should grasp right and wrong, adhere to the correct position’, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi advises counterpart Chung Eui-yongUS strategy is provoking confrontations, Wang says, days before G7 summit to which South Korea has been invited
BEIJING (Reuters): French energy company EDF (EDF.PA) is investigating a potential issue linked to a build-up of inert gases at its nuclear plant in China's southeastern province of Guangdong.
SHANGHAI (Reuters): A senior Chinese epidemiologist said the United States should be the priority in the next phase of investigations into the origin of Covid-19 after a study showed the disease could have been circulating there as early as December 2019, state media said on Thursday (June 17).