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The U.S Department of Defense will remove China's Xiaomi Corp from a government blacklist, a court filing showed, clearing the way for any future American investment in the Beijing-based smartphone maker.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S Defense Department will remove China's Xiaomi Corp from a government blacklist, a court filing showed, marking a reversal by the Biden administration of one of Donald Trump's last jabs at Beijing before exiting office.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's ruling African National Congress will further discipline top official Ace Magashule if he does not apologise for trying to retaliate against President Cyril Ramaphosa for his suspension, the president said on Monday.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - On a busy street outside Jerusalem's walled Old City on Monday, a group of Palestinians pelted an Israeli car with rocks in a moment of violence captured on CCTV video.
A ‘lack of transparency has made the PLA doubt whether Washington will adjust its strategic ambiguity over the Taiwan issue’, military source saysDespite tensions, both sides appear to have scaled back their provocative actions in the region, adviser to Beijing says
TOKYO (AFP): A virus state of emergency in Tokyo and other parts of Japan was extended on Friday (May 7), less than three months before the Olympics, as India logged yet another record number of infections.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Riyad Mahrez struck twice as Manchester City reached the Champions League final for the first time thanks to a 2-0 victory over Paris St Germain at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday that secured a 4-1 aggregate win.
With children and adolescents increasingly experiencing mental health issues, we need to start including such topics in early education.
PETALING JAYA: Water from Sungai Muda, which originates from the Greater Ulu Muda Forest, is a shared resource and neither Kedah nor Penang can claim exclusive rights over the river, say conservation groups.
Microsoft Corp president Brad Smith said Google has hurt the concept of the open web and impaired content creators’ ability to make money, continuing an attack the software maker began earlier this year over whether Internet companies need to pay news organisations for content they re-share.