"We see the U.N. Security Council doesn't work after Ukraine, and China doesn't support any more sanctions against the DPRK," a South Korean official said.
Hong Kong's government used electronic wristbands earlier this year to monitor COVID patients undergoing home isolation.
Biden is traveling to the oil-rich nation as the U.S. continues to grapple with soaring gasoline prices.
"If you look at countries all throughout the world ... the only ones that don't have a drug problem are those that institute the death penalty for drug dealers."
There is much anti-Japanese sentiment in China, and some have used it to celebrate the former Japanese prime minister's assassination.
Although the ice cream is primarily made of various types of milk, some consumers voiced concerns over the use of the thickening agent carrageenan.
A Chinese drag sail launched into space has succeeded in accelerating the deorbit of a rocket, the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology announced.
Bill Gates, who is already the largest private owner of farmland in America, owning some 270,000 acres, has sparked online discussion with his latest purchase.
Does China live up to statements claiming authoritarianism and global reach?
The world's democracies are now relearning a hard lesson of geo-politics — we cannot depend on adversaries for critical resources, let alone give them leverage to use against us.
The G20 meetings in Bali are expected to be dominated by tensions sparked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The issue is one of morality: Can America, as a society dedicated to equality, tolerate modern-day slavery?
As long as neither Congress nor European parliaments are in the mood to authorize new funding, there can be no Belt and Road alternative.
Amid runaway inflation, the U.S. has committed more than $54 billion to Ukraine, with billions and hundreds of millions and more promised every passing week.
"The U.S. dominance is no longer an absolute one," Venezuelan Foreign Minister Carlos Faria said.
Russian Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin hit out at Washington saying it should be "held accountable" for COVID despite its origins still unknown.
China was a participant of RIMPAC in 2014 and 2016 before being disinvited by the Trump administration in 2018.
The latest saga in the dispute over Philippine-controlled Second Thomas Shoal saw a Chinese vessel issue a direct threat to Manila's resupply boats.
Japanese officials have vowed a calm and resolute response to increased Chinese naval activity in the East China Sea.
In a rare rebuke, Ambassador Nicholas Burns called on China's Foreign Ministry to stop peddling the Kremlin's line on events in Ukraine.
One woman was seen running away just moments before the boulder rolled onto several cars, including a black sedan in which two children were said to have been trapped.
A study outlined how dozens of people's brain waves were monitored as they read articles about President Xi Jinping's government.
Advancing quickly in space, China has laid out plans for several moon missions in coming years, prompting a warning from NASA boss Bill Nelson.
President Joe Biden has been working to reorient NATO policies to reflect what he considers a growing threat from China.
One expert said a bigger BRICS bloc "could, in theory, facilitate economic linkages and step into gaps that U.S. institutions are not filling due to sanctions."
The Lowy Institute's annual survey found two-thirds of Australians were concerned about a U.S.-China war over Taiwan.
Japan's Fumio Kishida and South Korea's Yoon Suk-yeol are among four leaders from the Asia-Pacific to attend the NATO summit for the first time.