Beijing denies its pilots performed any dangerous maneuvers days after both Canada and Australia reported "unprofessional" intercepts in international airspace.
Australia's defense minister complained of "dangerous" maneuvers by Chinese pilots, who also reportedly flipped off Canadian pilots days earlier.
Hong Kong has banned vigils and gatherings marking the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests amid what is viewed by critics as an effort by China to crack down on political dissent.
Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said Saturday that the country has "alternative sales markets" for oil exports "where we are already increasing sales."
Victoria Park saw heavy police presence on Saturday as concerns arose that it might be used for "illegal activities."
China and India pursue "their own advantage," allowing "Russia to continue earning revenues from energy exports amid EU extending embargoes," expert says.
"One of the biggest challenges we have in the future is protecting the nation from a cyberattack and being able to win a cyberwar," Gillibrand told Newsweek.
It was believed that the 120 million-year-old Longipterygidae family's long beaks with sharp teeth at the tip put them in a similar class to modern kingfishers.
China has publicly declared a policy of "no first use," but the Pentagon notes some ambiguity surrounding when it might not apply.
Chinese fighter aircraft reportedly flew as close as 20 feet to Canadian surveillance planes.
America's official policy of "strategic ambiguity" may not be as ambiguous as most people believe.
Moscow's top diplomat called for more economic integration with its powerful neighbor.
The Chinese military's combat patrols took place a few hours before Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth landed in Taipei for her second visit in two years.
The streaks of light seen in the sky over Western Australia were probably caused by a rocket breaking apart in Earth's atmosphere.
The Wimbledon-based conservationist has already run an amazing 19 charity marathons in the distinctive outfit.
For decades, our leaders have ignored us, at cost of blood, treasure and legitimacy—undermining our national interest.
Radio intercepts placed the Chinese military training within a six-hour window on Monday morning.
Pictures of the resident lion at the Guangzhou Zoo in China showed the lion sporting bangs.
Latana political research consultant Frederick Deveaux told Newsweek such studies "determine who is winning the battle of democracy in the eyes of the public."
The Tiangong station is due to be completed later this year, though its 55-foot long central core is operational now.
A scientist who accused a COVID-19 expert of hiding that the virus originated in a Chinese lab has been banned by courts from spreading "fake news."
Biden told the Naval Academy's Class of 2022 that they would graduate as "representatives and defenders of our democracy."
An emperor's carpet that once lay in China's Imperial Palace during the Ming dynasty has been sold for $324,500 at a Boston auction.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken sharply rebuked China for maintaining close ties with Russia as the war in Ukraine continues.