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Joe Biden orders probe into security risks posed by Chinese-made cars on Americans

US President Joe Biden has directed the Secretary of Commerce to investigate the Chinese cars operating in America as it is feared that they might collect sensitive data about citizens.

China road mishap leaves over 10 injured

More than 10 children were injured in a car accident that occurred on Friday afternoon in Dezhou City, east China's Shandong Province, local authorities said.

China patrols in waters around Taiwan-controlled Kinmen Islands: Reports

Chinese Coast Guards said it recently conducted patrols and inspections in the waters around the Taiwan-controlled Kinmen Islands on Sunday.

US Senator warns of possible 'cyber attack' amid cellular outage

US Senator Marco Rubio has reacted to the massive cellular outage across the country and warned the situation can be even more precarious in case China launches a cyberattack while 'invading' Taiwan.

Building fire in China leaves 15 dead

At least fifteen people died after a building fire broke out Friday morning in Nanjing, capital city of east China's Jiangsu Province, the municipal government said on Saturday morning.

Taiwan tracks 10 Chinese military aircraft, 6 naval ships

Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense (MND) said it tracked 10 Chinese military aircraft and six naval vessels around Taiwan between 6 a.m. on Tuesday and 6 a.m. on Wednesday, media reports said.

US veto sends wrong message, makes the situation in Gaza more dangerous: China's UN Envoy

United Nations: China's Ambassador to the United Nations Zhang Jun on Tuesday criticized the United States for the use of its veto power on an Algeria-drafted UN Security Council resolution, arguing it undermines consensus and worsens the situation in Gaza.

Chinese Foreign Minister meets Spanish counterpart; talks about strengthening bilateral ties

Cordoba (Spain): China and Spain should push for greater development of bilateral relations, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said here on Sunday.

Enraged over unpaid wages, North Korean workers beat up Chinese factory manager to death

About North Korean workers who recently occupied a factory last month to protest over unpaid wages took a monitoring officer hostage, media reports said.

Taiwan says China sent 7 fighter jets, 5 navy ships, 1 balloon

Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense has said it detected seven Chinese military aircraft, five naval vessels, and one balloon around the country between Friday and Saturday, media reports said.

Microsoft says hackers from Russia, China, Iran, DPRK exploiting AI tools

Washington: Microsoft said on Wednesday that hacker groups allegedly linked to Russia, China, Iran and North Korea are exploiting its OpenAI tools to enhance their cyberoperations.

US House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party Chairman Mike Gallagher to visit Taiwan

The US House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party Chairman Mike Gallagher and a delegation of lawmakers will visit Taiwan on February 21 in a show of the United States’ support for the island after the elections, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday, citing three people familiar with his plan.

Chinese Embassy warns Swedish city over forging close ties with Taiwan

The Chinese Embassy in Sweden has warned Gothenburg City Council after it decided to stitch sister city agreements with Taiwan, media reports said.

Taiwan tracks 5 Chinese military aircraft, 4 naval ships: Reports

The Ministry of National Defense of Taiwan has said it detected five Chinese military aircraft and four naval vessels around Taiwan, media reports said on Saturday.

US report shows malicious activity by Chinese state-sponsored cyber actor

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), National Security Agency (NSA), and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), along with key U.S. and international government agencies published a Joint Cybersecurity Advisory recently on malicious activity by a People’s Republic of China (PRC) state-sponsored cyber actor, known as Volt Typhoon, to compromise critical infrastructure and associated actions that should be urgently undertaken by all organizations.