The combined mass of both objects is roughly 2.8 metric tons.
Three sources confirmed to Newsweek that lawmakers received word that three weapons systems were being cleared for sale to Taiwan, aggravating one of several territorial disputes China is engaged in with the U.S. and partners in Asia.
Japan controls the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, but Beijing has also claimed them and has sailed vessels close to the uninhabited islets.
Kim's crying over the country's economic collapse under U.S.-led sanctions may suggest a willingness to restart nuclear disarmament talks with the Trump administration.
There may be "up to 100 million doses" of a COVID-19 vaccine available by the end of the year, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar stated last week.
The report comes as the U.S. sees its first case of a person catching coronavirus twice.
The U.S. has long supported Taiwan against possible Chinese aggression with weapons sales, much to Beijing's annoyance.
"Maybe they were watching in China, but I doubt it. Zero interest!" Trump posted on Monday after the NBA Finals concluded on Sunday night.
As supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei assured Iranians that their country alone held the solutions to the country's overlapping crises, his officials were shoring up relations with China and Russia in a bid to further defy the U.S.
Andrew Yang, spokesperson of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York, told Newsweek that Taiwan seeks to build and buy new defense equipment as tensions with China soar.
"How about a big parade in Communist China, Beijing. That's where it belongs," the president's lawyer tweeted.
Chinese broadcaster CCTV said on social platform Weibo that it will broadcast Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat.
In the video, U.S. Marine Jarrett Morford threatened violence against Chinese nationals in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jeremy Faust of Boston's Brigham And Women's Hospital told Newsweek he had his doubts about the Chinese government's reliability, but when it came to the U.S. and China's coronavirus responses, "they did better."
While 39 U.N. nations jointly criticized China's human rights policies in Xinjiang and Hong Kong, nearly 70 countries backed Beijing's right to safeguard its sovereignty.
A dramatic video captured the balloon crew member clinging to the craft's basket as stunned onlookers watched him float away.
The signal on the CNN broadcast in China dropped suddenly as Pence began to blame Beijing for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Chen Weihau, China Daily's EU Bureau Chief, accused the U.S. of "masterminding and waging the new Cold War."
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"My mom has done nothing wrong... what they have done is try to make me silent," Li-Meng Yan said this week after fueling conspiracy theories about the origin of the virus.
The 14-nation poll found increasingly overall negative views of China, but also widespread criticism of America's response to the coronavirus crisis.
"We do not accept reckless smearing and groundless accusations against China," a spokesperson for Beijing's embassy in Washington told Newsweek.
"As partners in this Quad, it is more critical now than ever that we collaborate to protect our people and partners from the CCP's exploitation, corruption, and coercion," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said alongside Australian, Indian and Japanese officials.
"In order to protect students' interest and safeguard teachers' professionalism and public trust in the teaching profession, the education bureau decided to cancel the teacher's registration."
The report said that Uyghurs in China "endure dreadful conditions" in forced labor factories.