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China warns US that any attempt to make Taiwan independent will trigger military action

Beijing: China has warned the US that any attempt to make Taiwan, a region which has been engaged in a dispute with Beijing for a long time, independent  will trigger military action.

China: Beijing shuts down schools, weddings to avoid imposition of Shanghai-style lockdown

Beijing: Authorities in the Chinese city of Beijing have closed schools and suspended weddings and funerals in a bid to avoid imposing Shanghai-style Covid lockdown in the city.

China: Mass testing begins in Beijing, lockdown fear sparks panic buying

Beijing: As the Chinese capital Beijing begins mass testing for its millions of residents after an increase in Covid-19 cases, fears of a hard lockdown have sparked panic buying.

Beijing restricts use of Tibetan language on learning apps, streaming services

Beijing: The Chinese authorities continue their dominance over the Tibetan minority and as per the new step taken by the nation the administration has imposed restrictions on use of the Tibetan language on video services and other online platforms, media reports said.

Research reveals poorest nations to pay China USD 14 billion to service debts in 2022

Beijing: A new research has found that the world’s poorest nations will pay China and its lenders almost $14 billion this year in debt servicing costs.

Pakistan eyeing to manage $3b loan from China during Imran Khan's visit to Beijing

Islamabad: Pakistan is eyeing to manage a loan of $3 billion from China to stabilise its dwindling foreign exchange reserves and also seeks an investment bonanza in half a dozen sectors during the visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Beijing next week.

Beijing registers highest COVID-19 cases in past 18 months ahead of Winter Olympics

Beijing: Beijing recorded the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the last 18 months just ahead of the start of the  Winter Olympics here.

French sports minister may skip Beijing Winter Olympics opening ceremony

Paris/UNI/Sputnik: French Sports Minister Roxana Maracineanu and other official representatives of the country will travel to China to support French athletes at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics but will probably not attend the opening ceremony, French Secretary of State for European Affairs Clement Beaune said on Sunday.

Beijing Olympics to begin amid atrocity crimes: HRW

Beijing: The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics will open amid atrocity crimes and other grave human rights violations by the Chinese government, 243 nongovernmental organizations from around the world said today.

First COVID-19 case reported in Beijing Olympics team

Beijing: Beijing Winter Olympics Games organizers have reported the first coronavirus case among national team members that entered China on Sunday, media reports said on Tuesday.

North Korea to boycott 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing

Pyongyang/UNI/Sputnik: North Korea will not take part in the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing over the activities of "hostile forces" and the COVID-19 pandemic, the stare-run KCNA news agency reported on Friday.

Australia now joins US in diplomatic boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics

Canberra/UNI: Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday stated that his diplomats will not attend the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, joining the US in a formal boycott of the event over China's human right abuses.

China's predatory actions in South East Asia are backfiring: IFFRAS

Beijing: China’s intimidating attitude, particularly over the South China Sea issue, is backfiring as the countries in Southeast Asia have taken exception to Beijing's stance, according to a report by Canada-based think tank International Forum for Rights and Security (IFFRAS).

No ban on ships crewed by Indian seafarers, says Beijing

New Delhi/UNI: China has denied reports that it is not allowing commercial ships with Indian crew to berth at the country's ports since March this year.

Pakistan DG ISI in Beijing for strategic talks with Chinese officials: Reports

Islamabad: Director General (DG) of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Lt Gen Faiz Hameed on Friday arrived in Beijing to hold strategic talks with Chinese officials, media reports said.