The Premium Times of Nigeria reported Friday that the Nigerian government has decided not to borrow any more money from China for railroad construction, apparently because the Nigerians are growing nervous about their $3.4 billion in debt to Chinese banks and were reluctant to add another $14.4
Amnesty International (AI) on Thursday published an extensive report on the concentration camps China has constructed to imprison the Uyghur Muslims of Xinjiang province.
China’s rubber-stamp legislature, the National People’s Congress (NPC), passed a much-ballyhooed law on Thursday that will supposedly “block” all human-rights sanctions leveled against the brutal Communist regime by threatening foreign governments with automatic retaliation.
The Biden administration on Friday lifted sanctions against three former Iranian officials and two companies that did business in Iran with its oil companies.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that his first face-to-face talk with U.S. President Joe Biden was a "breath of fresh air", gushing over joint plans regarding climate change and NATO.
Chinese state media on Thursday mocked President Joe Biden’s trip to Europe, predicting Biden’s quest to rally European support against China would fail, and was probably just an empty “bluff” by Biden to begin with.
Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman said on Wednesday there has been “a lot of progress made” on bringing the United States back into the Iran nuclear deal, allowing formal negotiations with Iran to resume this weekend.
Students at a college in Nanjing, China staged an unusually energetic protest on Sunday that began as a peaceful march against university merger plans and ended with riot police storming the campus after the principal was taken hostage for 30 hours.
China’s rubber-stamp legislature, the National People’s Congress (NPC), is considering a draft law that would formalize retaliation against other nations that impose sanctions against China for its human rights abuses.
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Rafael Grossi told his organization’s board of governors on Monday that North Korea’s recent nuclear activities are a “cause for serious concern.
China human rights magazineBitter Winter on Monday accused Pakistan of playing along with “Chinese propaganda” by making a splashy public vow to crack down on the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM), an alleged Uyghur terrorist group that evidence suggests does not exist.
LONDON (AP) – The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator says the bloc is ready to act “firmly and resolutely” if the U.K. fails to honor its commitments under the divorce deal that was supposed to keep trade flowing after Britain
A popular Chinese streaming application that specialized in foreign TV shows and movies was removed from Apple’s App Store on Sunday, reportedly to address problems with “illegal” and “problematic” content.
Donald Trump slammed President Joe Biden for critiquing Israel even while it was being attacked with thousands of terror rockets from the Hamas terror group in Gaza.
The Taliban released a statement on Monday reassuring Afghans who worked with U.S. and NATO forces as interpreters and assistants there is no need to flee the country now that foreign militaries are pulling out as the Taliban has no plans to kill them.
House and Senate Democrats' "wafer-thin"majorities are in trouble leading up to the 2022 midterms. According to a report, history, retirements, and redistricting will play a key factor for the Republicans poised to take back the House.
Clarence Williams III, who played the cool undercover cop Linc Hayes on the counterculture series “The Mod Squad” and Prince’s father in “Purple Rain,” has died. He was 81.
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “11th Hour,” host Brian Williams touted an ad by the Lincoln Project comparing American soldiers in World War II to Antifa. After noting that the anniversary of the Normandy landings is this weekend, Williams said,
The gallant 26-year-old Marblehead captain James Mugford Jr. captured the largest single prize of the Revolutionary War, the Hope.
China’s state-run Global Times pushed ahead with the regime’s revisionism of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre on Friday by insisting what actually happened 32 years ago was not the brutal suppression of pro-democracy youth, but an expression of the “Chinese people’s confidence” in the
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