"We have reached out to several individuals named in recently revealed emails, including Tony Bobulinski," a spokesperson told Newsweek.
"China doesn't export ideology, interfere in other countries' domestic affairs, seek to alter others' systems, or intend to have ideological confrontation with the United States or any other country," Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said.
The homemade delicacy was found to have contained a deadly toxin, traces of which were also discovered in the deceased.
The mankini inflatable, which is 40-foot long and 21-foot high, is making the journey from Tower Bridge to the London Eye and back again.
The People's Liberation Army shared a series of images of the DF-17 hypersonic weapons.
A new support package will help pubs and restaurants hit hardest by the UK's regional lockdown restrictions.
Russian officials have repeatedly framed complaints about election meddling as fake news and Russophobia.
In an interview with Indian television channel WION, Joseph Wu said Taiwan was "on the front line" of China's authoritarian expansion.
DNI John Ratcliffe said Wednesday that Iran had obtained voter information and sent threatening emails to undermine the Trump campaign.
Though a vaccine might not be publicly available in the near future, medical experts have utilized existing medicine and over 27 million people have recovered from COVID-19.
Two days after Newsweek reported that Syria asked for sanctions relief and troop withdrawal from the Al-Tanf garrison, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. would "compartmentalize" working to recover Austin Tice and Majd Kamalmaz from regional policy.
Iran's conventional military and the elite Revolutionary Guard began the Guardians of the Sky Velayat-99 exercise as Armenia-Azerbaijan tensions spilled over the border and a decades-long U.N. arms embargo expired.
A Beijing court found the 29-year-old suspect guilty of reckless driving, sentencing him to 3 months in prison for throwing coffee at another driver's windshield in September.
Christian Grasland said he delivered the nest to the municipal building in Brittany to "raise awareness" about the invasive species.
Sudan—on the State Sponsors of Terrorism list since 1993—has reached a deal with Trump to pay compensation to terror victims.
Pope Francis says there should be a civil union law for same-sex couples, according to a new documentary.
The visibly nervous suspect was stopped by traffic control in El Vendrell, Catalonia, Spain.
The men reportedly told police they were punishing the pet for biting one of them, but PETA tells Newsweek they are likely to avoid any legal consequences.
State-run newspaper China Daily appeared to depict the United States as two snarling white men carrying the Grim Reaper's scythe on their shoulders.
The girl's mother and suicide prevention advocates have called for reform of Western Australia's bail laws following her death.