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BEIJING, July 3 - China's National Security Law for Hong Kong will stop the United States from manipulating the Hong Kong society, says Gobal Times’ editor-in-chief Hu Xijin.
LONDON (Xinhua): A spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy in Britain said on Thursday (July 2) that China firmly opposes Britain's offer to provide more privileges for Hong Kong residents holding British National (Overseas) passports and reserves the right to take corresponding measures.
(Reuters) - Soccer's world governing body FIFA has banned Markus Kattner, a former leading official in the Zurich organisation, for 10 years and has fined him one million Swiss francs ($1.06 million) after a probe into bonus payments.
HONG KONG, June 30, 2020 (AFP) - China passed a sweeping national security law for Hong Kong on Tuesday, a historic move that critics and many western governments fear will smother the finance hub's freedoms and hollow out its autonomy.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Conservative U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts cemented his role as the Supreme Court's dominant figure by siding with the four liberal justices in a trio of major rulings this month including Monday's 5-4 decision striking down a restrictive Louisiana abortion law.
NEW DELHI (THE STATESMAN/ANN) - US President Donald Trump's announcement last week cancelling H1-B and other related visa categories until December 31 has sent shock waves in the Indian IT industry.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's aviation authority said on Monday it had grounded all Pakistani pilots working for local airlines, amid concern from global regulators that some pilots may have been using "dubious" licences.
LISBON (Reuters) - Hundreds of protesters marched through one of Lisbon's main avenues on Saturday shouting "Portugal is not racist", in a demonstration organised by the leader of a far-right party known for his derogatory remarks against ethnic minorities.
IT was a huge relief when the news broke that foreign spouses of Malaysians and their children can return to Malaysia.
TORONTO/OTTAWA (Reuters) - A fast-track visa program that Canada launched in 2017 has attracted a growing number of tech workers, and U.S. President Donald Trump's latest immigration crackdown is set to further boost intake once COVID-19 restrictions ease, lawyers say.