In November 2021, Australia began a program to equip its navy with nuclear powered submarines in a new defense alliance with the U.K. and the U.S.
"We're troubled financially and personally," said the man who sued his son and daughter-in-law.
GOP lawmakers are quick to attack China, but the billionaire Tesla CEO has called the nation the "future," saying he loves the country.
"I think people will follow the trend of where they can make money," John Lee said, "where they can develop and follow their dreams."
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 hole is a paradise for trees and plants, and could even be home to undiscovered species.
The Airbus A319 caught fire after it veered off the runway during an aborted takeoff early on Thursday.
"The United States frequently stages such dramas and provokes trouble," the People's Liberation Army said.
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."
But the two officials told the Senate Committee on Armed Services that they believe China is still planning an eventual takeover of Taiwan.
A Chinese military news outlet states that SpaceX wants to use its Starlink satellite service to "monopolize strategic resources."
Social media is awash with clips showing a blood-red sky seen over the Chinese coastal city of Zhoushan this week.
Satellites images caught a rare glimpse of a Chinese submarine in dry dock last week.
In an interview with Newsweek, former NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen says a "division of the world into two camps, an autocratic and democratic camp, is inevitable."
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.
It's time for the U.S. to reign in its Big Tech companies. They, not "disinformation," are the biggest threat to our democracy.
Workers at a factory in Shanghai began rushing the metal barriers and clashing with security guards to escape China's "zero tolerance" COVID-19 policy.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham warned Sunday that "if Putin's still standing after all of this, then the world's going to be a very dark place."
China continues to claim Taiwan as its own territory, and it has condemned the U.S. from communicating with Taiwan.
"We are facing a crisis deterrence dynamic right now that we have only seen a few times in our nation's history," Admiral Charles Richard said during a subcommittee hearing this week.
NATO has...launched wars against sovereign countries, causing colossal casualties and humanitarian disasters," Chinese Ambassador to the U.N. Zhang Jun said.
"Democratic presidents are always in a bind ... On the one hand they have to be visionary, but on the other hand they can't be seen to be weak."