Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen remarked on the South China Sea after she heard a specially commissioned report on the security situation in the region on Wednesday.
A U.S. strike on Syria "sends a negative signal of the new administration's policies and its persistent endeavor to implement the law of force instead of the force of law," Damascus' mission to the United Nations told Newsweek.
At least 10 rockets were fired at the Ain Al Asad base in the western Anbar province on Wednesday morning.
It is currently not clear who is responsible for planting the explosive device.
The governments of Taiwan and China are monitoring each other's military activity as both countries announce a string of exercises for March.
The measures come as a poll shows fewer Russians want to see Vladimir Putin remain president after 2024.
Ten rockets hit an Iraqi airbase hosting U.S. troops in the west of the country early on Wednesday, in the latest attack on allied forces in the country.
"The larger officer picked me up by the handcuffs, like I was on a leash, like I was a dog, then he dragged me out... laughing," the woman told the court when recounting her arrest.
"South Korea–U.S. and South Korea–China relations are all equally important for us," South Korean President Moon Jae-in said during a press conference in January.
"We definitely won't let anyone coerce or intimidate Iran in this regard," Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's account wrote. "They want to force Iran to back down, but the Islamic Republic won't back down."
American extremists are using the internet to spread their ideologies abroad and influence entrenched foreign far-right movements.
Taiwan's agriculture minister announced Tuesday that a surge in pineapple demand has allowed the country to meet its annual export figure to China in just four days.
Comments by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov followed a Reuters report that the Biden administration will take measures against Russia.
Iran and the U.S. remain stuck in a stalemate over which side will take the first step to revive the JCPOA nuclear deal.
The confession by Qiu Ziming, the 38-year-old Weibo blogger and former journalist accused of "defaming" soldiers killed in last summer's border skirmish with India, was aired on a prime time segment.
The Chinese Defense Ministry's Information Bureau also said the People's Republic has "never proactively provoked a war, and we have never invaded an inch of land in other countries."
Chinese officials used contact tracing forms and cellphone "health apps" to harass and intimidate journalists last year, says a new report from the Foreign Correspondents' Club in China.
Observers on both sides of the Atlantic have wondered if the "blueprint" for Trump's demise could be seen in the former French president's corruption trial.
A new Gallup poll found that only 20 percent of Americans now feel favorably towards China, with 22 percent feeling the same towards Russia,
Israel has accused Iran of a fresh attack on commercial shipping in the Gulf of Oman as the U.S. and Iran remain in a nuclear stalemate.
"Someone had launched a major chemical weapons attack on the suburbs, no more than 5 miles from his hotel. They had killed and injured scores of civilians, and perhaps more...And it happened at the precise moment when a body of U.N. experts was present in Syria to document the deed."
"I worry that we're entering a time where anti-democracy forces will see value in developing new kinds of chemical weapons, and—noting the disruptive impact of COVID-19—perhaps biological weapons."