A young boy who spray-painted on a police station and metro station during the Hong Kong protests has been arrested and is the youngest person convicted in the protests so far.
New research into the global donkey population indicates that the trade in the animal's skins has exploded to such a level that they face population collapse.
If the Hong Kong government was really confident in the path and actions it has recently taken, there would be no hesitation whatsoever in holding a free and fair election this weekend.
Quick-thinking doctors used what was to hand to help the passenger on board the China Southern Airlines plane that departed from Guangzhou.
Beijing considers the island nation to be a part of China and has long vowed to bring it under the control of the Communist Party.
The new legislation—which would allow the U.S. to sanction Chinese officials who abuse human rights in Hong Kong—has been passed by the House and the Senate and now awaits the president's signature.
Spaces like parks are thought to encourage people to exercise, as well as boost mental and physical health.
While China and Saudi Arabia seek to "enhance the mutual trust and friendly relations" between their armed forces, a U.N. arms embargo on Iran is set to expire next October.
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China's Center for Disease Control took to social media to reassure citizens that chances of catching the communicable disease were "extremely low."
Photos and videos of the Hong Kong protests show that universities have become major battlegrounds for students and police.
The president has said that a deal to end his long-running trade war with Beijing is close at hand, but has Trump succeeded in his goal of bringing China to heel?
The November 6 letter said several Chinese suppliers violated "serious" safety standards in 2016 through 2019 while producing Dollar Tree's Assured Brand medication and other products sold in U.S. stores.
The 2019 Disaster Management Exchange "aims at sharing experience in and upgrading capabilities of humanitarian rescue and disaster relief of the two militaries."
Violent clashes on Monday left two people in critical condition—one shot by police and one set on fire by anti-government protesters.
The Secretary of State has been vocal in his criticism of China's Communist Party as the countries tout a much-awaited deal on tariffs which could mean a ceasefire in the trade war.
The man had kept food by his bed, which could have attracted the bugs.
Chinese authorities claim the restrictions are necessary for the "rational allocation" of work and rest.
Trump has repeatedly called on China to do more to stem the flow of fentanyl into the U.S., where it is helping drive the opioid crisis.
President Donald Trump's administration says a "phase one" deal with Beijing is imminent which would see billions of dollars of tariffs on Chinese goods removed.
The French president warned that America's withdrawal will not derail the initiative, and said he deplores such a move.
Junis Ho was attacked on Wednesday morning while campaigning for local elections to be held at the end of this month.
The tapeworms usually live in the intestines of dogs and cats, but they can also infect humans.
"The public needs to know the global implications of such actions," a scientist told "Newsweek."
On Tuesday, the Senate unanimously agreed to a new bill fortifying U.S. support for Taiwan, which Beijing considers a future part of a unified China.
The animal rights organization spoke out against Chinese researchers' use of live animals, including pigs and dogs, as crash test dummies for cars.
Following major recalls of Chinese-manufactured medication that contained carcinogenic ingredients, lawmakers expressed their alarm, and sometimes disbelief, at the FDA's inability to regulate foreign suppliers at a Tuesday hearing.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is recklessly disregarding the warnings of national security experts who say the telecoms giant is tied to Chinese intelligence and would essentially siphon information back to China.
Steve Bannon said on 'Fox & Friends' that he thinks Joe Biden's presidential aspirations are "compromised" by business that his son Hunter conducted in China.