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China said on Thursday it had filed a lawsuit at the World Trade Organization challenging Australia's anti-dumping measures on a range of goods, marking further escalation in tensions between the two countries.
US Justice Department said Wednesday it had seized 33 Iranian government-controlled media websites, as well as three of the Iraqi group Kataeb Hezbollah, which it said were hosted on US-owned domains in violation of sanctions.
A major Buddhist group in Taiwan is set to follow two tech firms by donating Covid-19 vaccines to the island’s government, which is struggling to secure enough shots amid an ongoing outbreak. The move by the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation came as Taiwan extended its soft lockdown for two more weeks to July 12 after it recorded 104 new infections and 24 deaths on Wednesday. It also came after Terry Gou, the billionaire founder of Foxconn, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
The US government banned imports of solar panel materials from a Chinese company and placed trade restrictions on four others Thursday for alleged use of forced labor in the Xinjiang region.
Russia on Wednesday said it fired warning shots at a British navy destroyer in the Black Sea after it violated the country's territorial waters, but the UK denied the incident had occurred.
China has urged New Zealand to increase cooperation between the two countries, including helping the Pacific islands recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Beijing has stepped up engagement with Wellington, which is the only member of the Five Eyes alliance to take a divergent approach towards Beijing amid rising tensions. The two sides have neither “historical grievances” nor “actual conflicts”, Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his counterpart Nanaia Mahuta in a video conference held on Tuesday.Do yo
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The Taiwanese edition of Apply Daily assured readers that its operations will continue as the island's government on Thursday denounced the closure of its sister paper in Hong Kong under a national security law.
Four members of the Saudi hit squad that killed US-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 had received paramilitary training in the United States that had been approved by the State Department, the New York Times reported late Tuesday.
Watching as Russia's drive to vaccinate its citizens against coronavirus stumbled earlier this year, Sergei had a hunch that authorities would eventually make inoculations mandatory.
At least 64 people were killed and 180 were injured in an air strike on a market in Ethiopia's war-torn northern Tigray region, a local health officer said Thursday, as the army denied targeting civilians.
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Consumers in Hong Kong, mainland China and major Southeast Asian economies are seeking to set aside more cash for rainy days even as the pandemic has eroded their income. That may be unpleasant news for retailers and restaurateurs seeking to revive their businesses. Some 52 per cent of Hongkongers intend to boost their savings this year, according to a survey published by AIA Group. Almost half of them (46 per cent) aim to save 50 per cent more than in 2020. That mirrors the responses in mainlan
China has started building a laboratory deep underground in the Gobi Desert to assess whether it would be a suitable location for a nuclear waste dump, amid moves to expand its nuclear power capacity. The Beishan Underground Research Laboratory in the northwestern province of Gansu will be used to research long-term storage of high-level radioactive waste. With its deepest level to be built 560 metres (1,837 feet) below ground, it will be the world’s largest lab of its kind, according to the Chi
Indonesian police fired tear gas and water cannon at supporters of a hardline Muslim cleric jailed Thursday for spreading false information about Covid-19 after he held rallies that drew thousands.
Zhang Zhizhen qualified for Wimbledon on Thursday to become the first Chinese man in the Open era to play in the Grand Slam tournament.
Sydneysiders were largely banned from leaving the city Wednesday as Australian authorities rushed to stop a growing outbreak of the highly contagious Delta Covid-19 variant from spreading to other regions.
Two young Hong Kong men have been jailed for 26 months each for rioting and attacking a student they mistook for a plain-clothes police officer during the civil unrest in 2019. Judge Ernest Lin Kam-hung, of the District Court, said on Wednesday that the irrational behaviour shown in this case was both legally and morally indefensible, as it involved violent protesters making unreasonable demands and taking out their frustrations on a vulnerable civilian in a commercial district, tarnishing Hong
Chinese demand for Australian iron ore, gold and agricultural products pushed Australia’s merchandise goods exports in May to a four-year high, new trade data shows. Australia exported A$39 billion (US$29.3 billion) in merchandise goods last month, of which China bought A$16 billion, or about 41 per cent, according to preliminary data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released on Wednesday. Despite ongoing political and trade tensions between the two countries, China is by far the l