The WHO this week implored North Korea to use all available tools to fight its growing COVID outbreak as Pyongyang continues to reject outside help.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry balked at recent comments by a senior U.S. Navy official who highlighted the importance of arming Taiwan with the right weapons.
The World Health Organization is concerned by Pyongyang's failure to respond to multiple offers of assistance, including from its neighbors.
People familiar with the investigation told The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday that the catastrophic plane crash in March was likely intentional.
The World Health Organization has confirmed that North Korea is one of only two nations in the world that has not begun a COVID-19 vaccination campaign.
China's central immigration authority has denied reports that passports were being "clipped" and green cards confiscated in order to curtail travel.
Viral gossip often revolves around the way the Chinese leader stands or sits, perceived changes in his gait and instances where he is seen or heard coughing.
North Korea has claimed to have had remained COVID-free for more than two years during the pandemic.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters earlier this week that he had advised the Chinese government to move away from its strict zero-COVID policy.
The Airbus A319 caught fire after it veered off the runway during an aborted takeoff early on Thursday.
The edited remarks of Gao Yusheng, China's former envoy to Kyiv, were deleted within hours of going live on a Chinese news site.
Taiwan's Defense Ministry tracked a Chinese aircraft across the Taiwan Strait median line for the first time since September 2020.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the agency was discussing with Chinese experts about "transiting into another strategy."
Satellites images caught a rare glimpse of a Chinese submarine in dry dock last week.
CIA chief William Burns said Xi Jinping's long-term desire to capture Taiwan won't have changed, despite the difficulties facing Vladimir Putin's forces.
While U.S. Taiwan policy remains unchanged, the update appears to remove some commonly misinterpreted elements of Washington's official position.
China retorted after the State Department accused Beijing of "amplifying the Kremlin's voice on Ukraine."
U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield has a wide-ranging agenda for the United Nations' top table in May, including the further isolation of Russia.
Three trams were involved in two separate rear-end crashes in the Chinese city of Dalian on Thursday morning.
As the Omicron wave spreads to Beijing, China's president oversees a tough test for the government's delicate social contract with an expectant public.
The Chinese president's insistence on a zero-tolerance approach to the virus could undermine his country's growth targets this year.
Dozens of people remain trapped or unaccounted for after the building collapse in central China on Friday.
The billionaire Tesla CEO has a Chinese doppelgänger who also drives a Tesla, and whose TikTok stock has also risen in the weeks after Musk entered the social media market.
Police in central China have confirmed at least two cases at the BYD plant in Changsha and investigations are ongoing.
The U.S. has stepped up efforts to help Taiwan bolster its self-defense, but it hasn't publicly committed to come to its defense in the event of a Chinese attack.
Chinese drone maker DJI was the first major private business to suspend operations in Russia but the majority of Chinese companies remain in the market.
It was the Navy's fourth reported Taiwan Strait transit this year in what has become a routine signal of U.S. military presence in Asia.
The U.N. Human Rights Office has been seeking "meaningful access" to China's Xinjiang region over the past year.
China insists it has no plans to establish a military base in the Solomon Islands, but it previously said it wouldn't militarize islands in the South China Sea.