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Chinese diplomat points to DC racial segregation, gets slammed as ‘racist disgrace’ by Obama adviser
Responding to US accusations of racism amid an ongoing Twitter war over China’s policies toward religious minorities, a Chinese diplomat took aim at racial segregation in America’s capital.
Huawei remains on U.S. blacklist for security risk, despite Trump's reassuring tweet
U.S. trade office accuses Beijing of predatory tactics aimed at American technology
Protesters storm Hong Kong parliament, plant powerful symbol
A night of chaos in Hong Kong has seen protesters break in to the parliament, damaging the building and making a statement seen around the world.
Hong Kong protesters breach the inside of parliament building
A group of protesters in Hong Kong took over the legislature's main building Friday night, tearing down portraits of legislative leaders and spray-painting pro-democracy slogans on the walls of the main chamber.
BARBARIC PRACTICES: China’s ‘forced organ harvesting’ on huge scale
China is forcibly harvesting the organs of tens of thousands of political prisoners to operate a rapidly growing medical black market worth $1 billion a year, a tribunal has found.
'They're kids, not rioters': new generation of protesters bring Hong Kong to standstill
Authorities urged to withdraw extradition bill as up to 2 million people take to streets despite Carrie Lam apology
Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters vow to push ahead
Protesters in Hong Kong have vowed to push ahead with a rally on Sunday, despite the government's decision to suspend its controversial bill to allow extradition to mainland China.
Hong Kong’s Leader, Yielding to Protests, Suspends Extradition Bill
The Hong Kong government has suspended its highly controversial plan to allow extraditions to mainland China, Chief Executive Carrie Lam has announced.
Beijing suggests its snub of Canada will continue until Meng Wanzhou is released
Freeland dismisses idea of dropping extradition, says it would set a 'very dangerous precedent'
Beijing snubbed Trudeau's request to talk with Chinese premier about detainees
Canada's diplomatic relations with China likely to remain "frozen" for some time, says adviser
You're coming! Trump threatens China with immediate tariffs if Xi Jinping does not attend G20
US President Donald Trump said on Monday that China will make a deal with the United States “because they’re going to have to.” China has lost trillions of dollars since he was elected president, added Trump.
China rages against Bolton meeting with Taiwan as anti-invasion drills begin on the island
"Really got to love the new name," Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said on the ministry's official Twitter.
Huawei chief Ren Zhengfei dismisses Donald Trump’s suggestion tech giant could play role in China trade deal
Company’s founder tells interviewer that ‘even if the US wants to buy our products I may not sell to them’
Trump in Japan: US president meets Emperor Naruhito
US President Donald Trump has become the first foreign leader to meet Japan's Emperor Naruhito.
Huawei: China warns of investment blow to UK over 5G ban
A top Chinese diplomat has warned that there could be "substantial" repercussions for her country's investment in the UK, if Huawei were to be banned from Britain's 5G network.
A rare look inside Huawei, China’s tech giant
A Huawei employee rests under his cubicle during his lunch break in Shenzhen, China. This is a common practice at many workplaces in China, photographer Kevin Frayer said.
Google may just have killed Huawei's bid to become the world's top smartphone brand
The move is a huge blow to Huawei, whose goal is to be the top smartphone brand by the end of 2020.
Google blocks Huawei access to Android updates after blacklisting
Reported move could hit Huawei Technologies’ ability to run phone operating system
Trump declares national emergency over IT threats
President Donald Trump has declared a national emergency to protect US computer networks from "foreign adversaries".
China will increase tariffs on $60b worth of US goods in retaliation to Trump hikes
The world is on tenterhooks as the two largest economies face off in an increasingly bitter trade war that is already causing damage.
Trump Says He'll Meet China's Xi Amid Deepening Rift Over Trade
China’s move to hike tariffs came in response to the U.S.’s decision last week to increase levies on $200 billion in Chinese imports to 25% from 10%.
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