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Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi met with Taliban political office chief

Beijing/UNI/Sputnik: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a meeting with Abdul Ghani Bardar, who heads the political office of the Taliban terrorist group in Qatar, the Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesman, Zhao Lijian, confirmed on Wednesday.

China: Nanjing tightens restrictive measures to stem spike in COVID-19 infections

Beijing/UNI/Xinhua: Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, has tightened the epidemic prevention and control measures after the recent spike in COVID-19 infections in the city.

COVID-19 mass virus testing: China closing county near Myanmar

The Chinese government on Saturday said everyone in a county in the southwest region near Myanmar will be tested for the coronavirus following a spike in infections.

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.

China threatens to impose reciprocal sanctions against 6 US individuals

Beijing:  A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson has said his nation will impose sanctions against six individuals and one entity of the US.

Pentagon says systems made by China's Da Jiang Innovations 'Pose Potential Threats' to US

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: The US Defense Department said on Friday that systems made by Chinese manufacturer Da Jiang Innovations (DJI) pose potential threats to US national security.

China: Taishan Nuclear Power Plant problems serious enough to warrant shutdown, claims French co-owner

Beijing: French co-owner of Taishan Nuclear Power Plant, which is located in China’s southern Guangdong province, on Thursday said it might be left with no other option but to shut down amid troubles faced by it.

China's treatment towards Uyghur: Netherland's Arnhem city breaks ties with Wuhan

Arnhem in Netherlands has severed sister-city ties with China's Wuhan over Beijing's treatment of Uyghur people.

US govt 'deeply disappointed' with China over COVID-19 investigation

Washington: The US government has slammed China for rejecting a fresh World Health Organisation (WHO) probe into the origins of COVID-19.

China: Fourteen dead, 26 injured in warehouse fire

Changchun/UNI/Xinhua: Fourteen people were confirmed dead and 26 injured after a fire broke out on Saturday afternoon at a warehouse in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, local authorities said.

Hong Kong protests: 2 students imprisoned for rioting over Chinese University clash

Hong Kong: Two students of Hong Kong were jailed after they were found 'guilty' of rioting  at the Chinese University campus two years ago.

China tries to find opportunities as Syrian economy lies in ruins

The Chinese government is trying to find some opportunities in the Syrian economy which is fast crumbling.

China: Uyghur research scientist found detained after remaining missing for several months

Beijing:  A Uyghur research scientist at a Chinese university in Shanghai, who had suddenly gone silent in April after an active presence on social media, has been detained, media reports said.

US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy R. Sherman to visit China on July 25

Washington: US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy R. Sherman will travel to China from July 25 to 26 and to Oman July 27.

Floods expose the crumbling infrastructure in China

Beijing: The bubble seems to be bursting for China which has always boasted about its state of art infrastructure and more recently took unkind jibes at the USA over the Miami condo collapse. The ongoing floods in China actually exposed the crumbling assets as dams collapsed and citizens suffered or died amid rising waters.