"Pompeo wants to create an epic confrontation between great powers to put himself in the history books," the Global Times' editor-in-chief tweeted.
The British government offers 30 million people flu jabs to alleviate healthcare pressure if the second wave of COVID-19 arrives.
The pro-democracy leader told Newsweek that Chinese encroachment on his home gave him no choice but to take his fight abroad.
Sweets and chocolates might also be banned from promotions at supermarket entrances and the ends of aisles.
"What he is doing is as futile as an ant trying to shake a tree," Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said of Pompeo.
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A spokesperson for U.S. Central Command confirmed to Newsweek that it was a U.S. F-15 that intercepted a Mahan Air passenger plane, reportedly causing it to rapidly descend, injuring passengers.
"China is increasingly authoritarian at home and more aggressive in its hostility to freedom everywhere else," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.
The survey showed close results with more Hong Kong residents saying they'd prefer Trump, and those in Taiwan slightly preferring Biden.
The WHO's director-general said Thursday the politics surrounding the virus "have made things worse."
Tom Lawton, a doctor in the north of England, said he decided to run with the mask on to help those too scared to do so over false information.
The blogger Mamikhan Umarov, 43, a vehement critic of Chechnya's leader Ramzan Kadyrov, was shot dead in Vienna on July 4. Two men of Chechen origin have been arrested.
Beijing has threatened to retaliate over Washington, D.C.'s order to close the Chinese embassy in Houston.
The Chinese foreign ministry, on Thursday, said that the U.S.'s decision to shut down China's consulate in Houston, Texas, "severely harmed," relations between the two countries.
The U.S. ordered China's consulate in Houston to close this week "to protect American intellectual property and American's private information."
Biden's draft platform prioritizes diplomacy and multilateralism after four years of Trumpian "America first" foreign policy.
Woody Johnson is accused of making racist generalizations about Black men and questioning why the Black community celebrates Black History Month.
Members of a Canadian church congregation voted to terminate the lead pastor's employment contract after she came out to them during a June sermon.
President Donald Trump has hinted at sending U.S. troops from Germany to Poland, to which a senior Russian diplomat warned "all necessary measures will be taken" in response.
Ship captains and crews are seeking immunity from travel and border regulations in response to the pandemic, which prevent them from returning home.
An exclusive Newsweek poll conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies showed that more Hong Kong residents believed closer relations with mainland China "will best serve Hong Kong's long-term strategic interests" than they did for stronger ties with the U.S.