"We cannot help but change the direction of our struggle after comprehensively considering the year-end tasks that were under way with the nation-wide efforts," North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un decided.
"The tranquility of the border areas was for the first time since 1975 pieced through by the gunshots," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said of his country's latest border encounter with neighboring India.
The FC-31 is the second fifth-generation jet produced in China, following its deployment of the J-20 stealth fighter.
The remake is facing yet more backlash after its credits thanked the Turpan Municipal Bureau of Public Security.
Monday's incident is thought to be the first time in decades that troops have fired at each other, as border forces traditionally do not carry loaded weapons.
But Professor Ian Jones of the University of Reading told Newsweek the claim "is a little stretched."
Intelligence officials have long warned that Russia, China and Iran are all trying to meddle in American elections.
China is the holder of the second largest number of U.S. treasuries, amid a nadir in relations between the world's largest economies.
"We don't accept countries outside the region pointing fingers, let alone meddling or making instigation, which will only endanger the regional peace and stability," China's embassy in India said.
"It's a clusterf**k in Syria," one senior U.S. intelligence official told Newsweek. "We don't have a strategy."
The Pentagon report released this week estimated China's nuclear arsenal at just over 200 warheads, predicting Beijing would double its number of warheads over the coming decade.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying criticized an annual Pentagon assessment that found the People's Liberation Army had outpaced the U.S. in certain categories.
Tensions have been high along the Himalayan frontier between the two giant neighbors for months, with deadly clashes seriously undermining bilateral ties.
Iran has led the push back against the Israel-UAE normalization deal, describing it as a betrayal of the Palestinians and Muslims more broadly.
European diplomat Helga Maria Schmid said signatories aim to "ensure full implementation of the agreement despite current challenges."
"[T]he PRC has marshalled the resources, technology, and political will over the past two decades to strengthen and modernize the PLA in nearly every respect," the Pentagon found.
Chinese and Indian diplomats again blamed each other for the deteriorating security situation at their disputed Himalayan border, where troops are preparing for the worst even as their commanders try to make peace.
Manufacturing in China continues to increase as the economy bounces back from the coronavirus downturn.
Schools across China reopened Tuesday, including all of the 2,842 educational institutions in Wuhan. Administrators are taking disease prevention measures such as temperature checks and routine disinfections.
China's second aircraft carrier—its first domestically produced one—set sail for its latest sea trials on Tuesday.
Both India and China accused the other's troops of violating the disputed Himalayan border between them this weekend.
Shinzo Abe has skillfully handled the U.S.-Japan relationship.
Gaetz claimed that Russia is not a significant threat to the 2020 election, though lawmakers and intelligence officials have concluded otherwise.
Both the Chinese and Indian militaries have accused the other of violating border agreements at the disputed Line of Actual Control, leading to a new flare in tensions between the nuclear-armed Asian neighbors.
Peter Navarro told Fox Business the data collected from app users "will be used to surveil, monitor and track you."
Author, commentator and Newsweek columnist Gordon G. Chang debates NYU School of Law professor and Council on Foreign Relations adjunct senior fellow Jerome Cohen.