The opinion piece in the government newspaper People's Daily singled out the Secretary of State and used this week's TIME magazine cover to ridicule the Trump administration's COVID-19 response.
The museum in Nantes said Chinese authorities requested control over the show and demanded that "Genghis Khan" and "Mongol" references be removed.
The winning entry of a tigress hugging an ancient tree was described by judges as a scene like no other.
The U.S. military is rushing to catch up with its Russian and Chinese allies, who already field hypersonic missiles.
The State Department confirmed to Newsweek that the United States had reached an "agreement in principle" to extend the New START nuclear agreement but the head of Moscow's team dismissed the news as a possible pre-election ploy.
Three sources confirmed to Newsweek that lawmakers received word that three weapons systems were being cleared for sale to Taiwan, aggravating one of several territorial disputes China is engaged in with the U.S. and partners in Asia.
Sir Keir Starmer says the prime minister's strategy isn't working and a two to three-week circuit breaker lockdown is needed.
Japan controls the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, but Beijing has also claimed them and has sailed vessels close to the uninhabited islets.
Kim's crying over the country's economic collapse under U.S.-led sanctions may suggest a willingness to restart nuclear disarmament talks with the Trump administration.
Vladimir Nachev, 18, stabbed Hakim Sillah with a 10-inch "Rambo"-style knife at a community center in London in November last year.
Joshua Telemaque had wanted the words printed next to his picture to honor his late grandmother, but the comment that ended up being printed devastated him.
Ministers were advised to "consider for immediate introduction" a package of potential restrictions.
The Belarusian interior ministry said that the protests disputing Alexander Lukashenko's election win will be dispersed with "military weapons."
Judicial officials said they would set up special courts to prosecute those behind sanctions, though this would be a purely symbolic move.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi said history will prove the Conservative Party was wrong when it came to its lack of willingness to tackle Islamophobia in the party.
There may be "up to 100 million doses" of a COVID-19 vaccine available by the end of the year, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar stated last week.
The U.S. has long supported Taiwan against possible Chinese aggression with weapons sales, much to Beijing's annoyance.
As supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei assured Iranians that their country alone held the solutions to the country's overlapping crises, his officials were shoring up relations with China and Russia in a bid to further defy the U.S.
Andrew Yang, spokesperson of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York, told Newsweek that Taiwan seeks to build and buy new defense equipment as tensions with China soar.
Some countries in Europe now have a higher death rate per million population than the U.S.