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BEIJING expressed firm opposition to British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab’s accusations against China at the United Nations, saying that the international community will not be deceived by the United Kingdom’s “little trick”.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran dismissed as "immature" a statement by a U.N. investigator that inconsistencies in its explanation of the shooting down of a Ukrainian passenger plane last year raised questions over whether the act was intentional, Iranian media said on Thursday.
BEIJING (Reuters): China's foreign ministry denied on Thursday (Feb 25) that US diplomats in the country had been required to take anal swab tests for Covid-19, following media reports that some had complained about the procedure.
BEIJING (Global Times): Certain Western countries do not truly care about Xinjiang residents' lives, but simply want to use human rights as an excuse to meddle in China's internal affairs, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said Thursday(Feb 25), urging these countries to reflect on their own slaughter of indigenous people and tackle existing racism and other human rights problems.
SEOUL (Xinhua): South Korea's top nuclear envoy held virtual talks with a senior US diplomat over the Korean Peninsula issues, Seoul's foreign ministry said Thursday (Feb 24).
PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): Cambodia said on Wednesday (Feb 24) that all foreigners living or working in the kingdom will be able to receive free Covid-19 vaccines in due course.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China firmly rejects the unacceptable accusations made by the UK, which has abused the platform of the UN Human Rights Council to spread disinformation, smear China and meddle in China's internal affairs, a foreign ministry spokesperson said here Wednesday (Feb 24), urging the UK to take concrete measures to improve its domestic human rights condition.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza said on Wednesday that the head of the European Union's delegation in Caracas had 72 hours to leave the South American country and declared her persona non grata after the bloc imposed new sanctions on Venezuelan officials this week.
THE country was set for more street protests against military rule while Indonesia’s efforts to steer a path out of the crisis with the help of other South-East Asian countries appeared to falter.
MANILA (Reuters): The Philippines' top diplomat on Wednesday (Feb 24) defended a new order requiring all international aid for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to be cleared with the foreign ministry, saying the aim was to stamp out funding for terrorism.