"The Indian side sticks to unreasonable and unrealistic demands, adding difficulties to the negotiations," a Chinese military spokesperson said.
The tactic from China is known as gray zone warfare, or any type of military action short of direct combat. Experts do not think it will lead to war.
U.N. deputy spokesman Farhan Haq said the U.N. policy on "persona non grata" only applies to states, and therefore does not apply to U.N. personnel.
"The bipartisan attacks launched at me for speaking a factual truth about the apartheid system in Israel will not intimidate or silence this girl," the Michigan Democrat tweeted Friday.
The Russian Prime Minister said the protest was "unacceptable in light of the fundamental position of the Russian side" on the southern Kuril Islands.
Benny Gantz said Saturday that a New Yorker report which said Netanyahu encouraged Trump to action against Iran was likely "not what happened."
Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba responded to Russian President Vladimir Putin's comment on the country being a U.S. pawn by tweeting, "This is our country and it's only up to us to decide our fate."
As hundreds of thousands face the world's worst famine crisis in a decade, Ethiopia issued the cease-fire through the end of the planting season in September.
"We pleaded and pleaded with them not to do it, but their mind was made up. That tree was coming down," the 16-foot-tall tree's owner, Bharat Mistry, said.
Israel has faced criticism for the high Palestinian death toll but has put some of the blame on the rocket attacks by Hamas and other militant organizations.
Graham echoed comments Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made on Sunday and said he didn't see a two-state solution happening until Hamas is "marginalized."
"This is happening in the immediate vicinity of our borders and directly affects our security interests," Russia's president said.
Issa was the senior-most Hamas member to be killed by Israeli forces in the ongoing Israel-Palenstine conflict since 2014, according to a statement released by Hamas. The message is the first acknowledgment from the group regarding militant casualties in the current round of fighting with Israel.
Violence is mounting in Jerusalem over the evictions of Palestinians from a neighborhood to make room for Jewish settlers—and a number of celebrities are speaking out.
Addis Ababa says Secretary of State Antony Blinken's description of the unrest in the north of Ethiopia was "unfounded."
Although we could hear the attack, all I knew was that Chris was on an aircraft at the airfield ready to take off.
A camp in Syria hosting family members of ISIS fighters has experienced a wave of murders, the U.N. said.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has accused fighters from the Tigray People's Liberation Front of the mass killing.
There are concerns of conflicts the world over escalating out of control amid turmoil posed by the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
In response to yet another round of U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, Global Times said the Chinese army would "deal a crushing blow to the Taiwan military" if it dared open fire on warplanes.
Whatever one's views are on Turkey's trajectory, pro or con, America must have Azerbaijan's back.
Both sides blame each other for civilian deaths following clashes over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Fortunately for the people on the flight, the woman who refused to wear her mask was taken off the flight after conflicts with other passengers.
Wang Yi told a virtual forum Thursday that it was time for the U.S. to adopt a "more rational and pragmatic China policy" following recent tensions.
Some observers have already declared the second Cold War as bipartisan consensus on the Chinese challenge emerges more clearly in Washington, D.C.
Recent violence along the Chinese-Indian border highlights the ruthlessness of the Chinese Communist Party.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday that after an Iranian missile attack on U.S. forces in Iraq, Iran had "concluded proportionate measures in self-defense" and did not "seek escalation or war."
The final decades of the Assyrian Empire (912-609 BCE) were marked by political instability and conflict, but new research suggests droughts and bad harvests played a part in the empire's decline.
Hunter Biden stepped down from the board of a Chinese-backed private equity company and has vowed to cease all foreign work should his father, Joe Biden, be elected president in 2020.
The study quantifies just how catastrophic and wide-reaching a nuclear conflict between the two nations would be.