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China is world's 'biggest captor' of journalists: RSF report

Beijing, December 24: Stressing on the opressive regime of Xi Jinping-led government that "reminding the Mao era", a new report by the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said China is "the world's biggest captor of journalists" with at least 127 scribes currently detained.

China: CCP passes 'landmark resolution' to cement Xi Jinping's status

Beijing, November 12: The Chinese Communist Party has adopted a 'landmark resolution' by which President Xi Jinping's status in political history has been further cemented.

China's 'broken heads' comment triggers World War 3 fear

Beijing, July 3: World War 3 fear has been ignited after China promised "broken heads" for their enemies, perceived as a sign of threat by Beijing to the West.

China is plotting to eradicate Buddhism in Tibet

Dhaka, December 2: Just as China is plotting to eradicate the religious and ethnic culture of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang province, it is doing the same to the Buddhist population in Tibet.

China eyes US health care organizations, pharma cos, academic institutions researching on COVID-19: FBI director

Washington: Focussing on the threat which China poses to the world, FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday said Beijing is working to compromise American health care organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and academic institutions conducting essential COVID-19 research.

Whistleblower claims Chinese Communist Party pays off Vatican $2 billion annually for its silence on Chinese atrocities

Exiled Chinese dissident Guo Wengei has alleged that Chinese Communist Party (CCP) “allocates $2 billion a year” to pay off the Vatican for its silence concerning atrocities carried out by Beijing.

US National Security Advisor slams China, calls Xi Jinping a successor of Joseph Stalin

Washington: US National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien recently launched an attack on China and likened the country's president Xi Jinping to dictator Joseph Stalin.

European Union chief diplomat calls for EU-US dialogue to counter Beijing

Brussels: A key European Union diplomat this week called for talks between Europe and the US with an aim to forge a common transatlantic front against China.

The fault lies mostly with the Chinese, says US national security expert on Galwan Valley standoff

Washington: A US national security expert on Thursday reacted to the recent developments along the Indo-China border in Ladakh and said the fault lies mostly with Beijing behind the start of the violence which left 20 Indian soldiers dead.

Vietnam raises objection to China's Undersea Cable Construction in Paracel Island

Hanoi: Vietnam has objected to China's reported move of laying undersea cables in the disputed Paracel Islands.

Europe should now look for an alternative to China: Experts opine during webinar

London: Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) and experts have said that it believes the ongoing economic loss suffered by the European Union due to COVID-19 outbreak must make the region look for an alternative to China.

Chinese president urges army to gear up

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COVID-19: Britain may take harder stance against China

London: The British government's mollifying stance on China is likely to harden in the coming months once the immediate concerns regarding the COVID-19 outbreak are dealt with, media reports said.

Canada finds one million respirators acquired from China unfit to combat COVID-19

Toronto: Canada's public health authority has said around one million KN95 respirators acquired from China have failed to meet federal Covid-19 standards which can be used by health workers working on the frontline.

France summons Chinese envoy on COVID-19 comment, German newspaper criticise Xi over handling pandemic crisis

Paris: Amid growing discontent against China internationally over the alleged epicentre of COVID-19 being Wuhan city and reports of silencing information on the death toll due in the country, the French foreign office recently summoned the Chinese ambassador, Lu Shaye, to express its deep disapproval about Chinese diplomats’ claims that France had left its older citizens to die, media reports said.