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Beijing warns that President Joe Biden's Taiwan policy will have "irredeemable consequences" for the China-US relationship if the United States continues down "the wrong path". Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin accuses the US of "covertly and secretly" supporting "Taiwan independence separatist activities". President Biden said Washington's "strategic ambiguity" policy on Taiwan remains unchanged.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson braced Wednesday for the release of a senior civil servant's long-awaited full report into a "Partygate" scandal, as new allegations emerged about a culture of lockdown-breaking boozing in his offices.
Pope Francis says his "heart aches for the massacre at the primary school in Texas," which left at least 19 children and two teachers dead. "It is time to say enough is enough to indiscriminate arms trafficking," he adds after his weekly general audience in St Peter's Square.
A United Arab Emirates company signed a contract with the Taliban authorities Tuesday to provide ground handling services at Afghanistan's three airports, officials said, as the country seeks to resume international transit.
A job crisis is looming for China’s youth as entry-level positions are disappearing across industries from tech to new energy vehicles amid the country’s rigid zero Covid-19 policy. Anecdotal evidence, local media reports and official statistics point to a rapid increase in the number of offers being withdrawn, a phenomenon only seen when there is a sudden and significant worsening of economic fundamentals. Jade Jiang, a native of south-central Hunan province and algorithm engineer who will grad
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the first African to head the WHO, was re-elected on Tuesday, tearfully accepting a second term as he recalled his humble upbringing as "a child of war" and pleading for peace.
Cathay Pacific Airways flight crew have been told to use a newly created app to record all their activities during the first seven days of their two-week medical surveillance period in order to comply with the Hong Kong government’s pandemic requirements. The move, which came into effect last week, was in response to the government’s call last month for airlines to introduce “robust” mechanisms to ensure that aircrew fully complied with the requirements of the medical surveillance period upon re
India's Oil Minister Hardeep Singh Puri told the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday that a crude oil price of $110 a barrel was not sustainable, as the world faces an energy price crisis which is contributing to rising global inflation. Oil prices have surged this year, with Brent crude hitting $139 a barrel in March for its highest price since 2008, after Russia's invasion of Ukraine exacerbated supply concerns. As countries around the world struggle with the impact of inflation on disposable income, India's Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said on the same WEF panel that food inflation in the South Asian country was at a "manageable level".