China is using its large economic power to discourage American companies like Nike and Coca-Cola from speaking out against their genocide against the Uighurs, Waltz added.
"We're going to close nursery, elementary and high schools for three weeks," French President Emmanuel Macron said in a televised address to the country, according to the Associated Press.
Dai Bao, named after Disney's Dumbo, was rescued as a stray off the streets and heartbreakingly died defending his family from a four-foot snake.
The latest deadly shipwreck marks a growing issue from the country—last month, at least 55 migrants were found dead off the coast of Libya.
"Over the past year, the People's Republic of China (PRC) has continued to dismantle Hong Kong's high degree of autonomy, in violation of its obligations under the Sino-British Joint Declaration and Hong Kong's Basic Law," Blinken wrote in a statement on Wednesday.
Investigations are underway to determine exactly how the massive ship became stuck in the canal, blocking at least 369 ships, and resulting in billions of dollars in economic losses.
"According to the current scientific knowledge, there is no evidence that would support restricting the use of this vaccine in any population," EMA Executive Director Emer Cooke told reporters, according to the Associated Press.
Local government departments are blacklisting unvaccinated residents and universities have linked inoculation to student work assessments, reports said.
Australia said it will invest $1 billion into building its own guided missiles, amid increasing aggression from China and global supply chain insecurity brought forth by the coronavirus pandemic.
Brussels had previously warned Warsaw that a law undermining the independence of the judiciary might come to this point.
NASA's Send Your Name to Mars project has attracted more than 18 million participants, including 4 million from China, where local reports say some are boycotting.
Courts in England can order people convicted of alcohol-fuelled crimes to wear the electronic tags for up to 120 days.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and President Joe Biden will reportedly list stability in the Taiwan Strait among the key areas of mutual concern when they meet in Washington next month.
Some 93% in France and the U.S., and 88% in the U.K. and Germany want some degree of change in their political systems, according to a Pew Research Center survey. Majorities in France and the U.S. feel their systems need "major changes" or "to be totally reformed."
Humanitarian support group Al Otro Lado criticized the action by U.S. Border Patrol guards to send the woman and her husband back as "a dereliction of duty."
Analysts in Beijing and Taipei said the Chinese military's pincer movement around Taiwan on Monday was the PLA's way of showing it could isolate the island in the event of a conflict.
A congressionally mandated commission report obtained by Newsweek shows how a plan for major reform of China's healthcare infrastructure and its vaccine distribution could serve the nation, the party, the world and "also help Beijing attain its goal of making China a global leader in healthcare."
Russia's agriculture safety watchdog has registered Carnivak-Cov, the world's first COVID animal vaccine.
The Syrian man who sought asylum in Germany was running for a spot in the Bundestag in the Green Party.
According to projections from the Paris hospital authority, the region's intensive care units could have nearly 2,000 patients by Friday, up from 1,525 on Tuesday.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan tells the country "we will have to make sacrifices" amid rising case numbers.
A group of shoppers organized a protest against mask mandates at their local Tesco by shopping sans face coverings, overruning the store.