A New York Times report claimed that Beijing killed at least 12 CIA sources between 2010 and 2012.
The 'New York Times' reported that China killed or imprisoned 18 to 20 CIA sources from 2010 to 2012. Investigators remain divided over whether there was a spy within the CIA who betrayed the sources or whether the Chinese hacked the CIA's covert communications system
At least 30,000 computers across China were affected.
Manila is looking to ease tensions with Asia's top economic power.
The United States has given its approval to China's One Belt One Road project.
Moon Jae-in has set out his plan to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula.
The two leaders agreed to work toward peace on the Korean peninsula.
Though the U.S. has not run any freedom of navigation patrols since Trump became president, the policy of testing China had not changed, said the Pacific Fleet Commander.
People in France really, really don't like Donald Trump, who's spoken favorably of far-right presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen.
The most populous communist state coming together with the largest Christian church would unite 2.6 billion people—a potentially seismic alliance.
The U.S. embassy has said they are worried about the citizen's welfare.
Ivanka Trump is having a really, really good year—businesswise, that is.
Pyongyang responded aggressively to the redirection of U.S. warships towards the Peninsula Tuesday
Trump and Xi will both be seeking to protect their images as well as their economies in any trade discussion.
The timing of the airstrikes may make for a day of uncomfortable meetings between the president and his Chinese counterpart.
The United States has said in the past that rotational deployments of Chinese fighter jets to Woody Island were part of a disturbing trend of militarization.
Donald Trump and Xi Jinping will meet for the first time on Thursday to discuss trade tensions, North Korea's nuclear ambitions and more.
Trump said in an interview with the Financial Times, that China has great influence over North Korea and that "China will either decide to help us with North Korea, or they won't.
In the run-up to Carrie Lam's victory, student leaders eschewed public protests and opted instead to use social media, leaflets and street booths to present their case that the election was undemocratic.