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TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's air force is no longer scrambling each time Chinese aircraft encroach on its air defence identification zone but tracks the intruders with ground based missiles instead to help save resources, a senior official said on Monday.
Freedom? HK's M+ Museum aims to rival Western contemporary heavyweights like Tate Modern and MoMA
PETALING JAYA: The Inspector-General of Police's statement that a group within the police force is trying to humiliate and topple him is a serious matter, says the National Patriots Association (Patriot).
A Chinese official hit back Friday at US criticism of planned election law changes in Hong Kong, noting the chaos surrounding the recent American presidential election.
Hong Kong’s top legal official warned residents to steer clear of criticisms of the government that stray too far from the facts, as officials defend Beijing’s plan to overhaul the city’s elections.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia fared far better on Sunday, when it escaped missile and drone attacks on its oil heartland with no serious damage, than 18 months ago when strikes forced it to temporarily shut its industry down.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing's proposal for Hong Kong electoral reforms could prevent "dictatorship of the majority", a pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker said, calling people who want one man one vote "politically immature".
China advanced sweeping plans to curb the role of opposition activists in Hong Kong elections, with local media reports saying a vote for the city’s legislature would be delayed another year to September 2022.
China’s leaders are expected to use the plenary meetings of the legislature and its top political advisory body to tout achievements and ‘boost people’s confidence’The annual gathering of high-ranking party delegates will also provide details on new economic targets for the next five years and China’s 2035 vision
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden's administration is considering the cancellation of arms deals with Saudi Arabia that pose human rights concerns while limiting future military sales to "defensive" weapons, as it reassesses it relationship with the kingdom.