October 31, 2020 04:25 (IST)
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National Day demonstration: US condemns arrest of over 80 Hong Kong protesters

Washington: The United States said it is 'outraged' at the Hong Kong government’s arbitrary arrest of more than 80 people on October 1 for allegedly participating in a pro-democracy demonstration on China's National Day.

U.S. intelligence community is not prepared for Chinese threat, warns Adam Schiff

Washington: California based Democrat Adam Schiff has alerted that a US House Intelligence Committee has found that the country's intelligence agencies are still not ready to compete on the global stage for decades to catch up with China.

China is threatening global economy, health by exploiting natural resources: US Report

Washington: China is threatening the global economy and global health by unsustainably exploiting natural resources and exporting its willful disregard for the environment through its One Belt One Road initiative, the US State Department said.

Chinese Ambassador to US wishes soon recovery to President Trump diagnosed with COVID-19

Washington/Sputnik: Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai has wished soon recovery to US President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, who had been diagnosed with the coronavirus.

Kim Jong Un wishes Trump speedy recovery from COVID-19

Pyongyang/Xinhua: Kim Jong Un, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, expressed his sympathy to U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday.

US: Lawmakers passes bill to force companies to disclose Xinjiang-sourced materials

Washington: Lawmakers in  Lower House of the United States Congress on Wednesday passed legislation which will now require publicly listed companies in the US to disclose commercial links to China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Uygur Region, media reports said.

US report highlights China's alleged labour abuse

Washington: The U.S. Department of Labor recently released a list of 17 goods produced in China under conditions of forced labor in violation of international standards. 

US: Chinese national sentenced for laundering Millions for Mexican drug cartels

Washington: A Chinese national was sentenced today to five years in prison and ordered to forfeit more than $4.2 million for laundering drug proceeds generated by large-scale cocaine trafficking in the United States.

US sentences Chinese national to 5 Years over money laundering charges

Washington/Sputnik: A US federal judge has sentenced a citizen of China to five years in jail for laundering millions of dollars for Mexican drug cartels, the Department of Justice announced in a press release.

'US diplomats must obtain Beijing foreign ministry approval before meeting Hong Kong govt officials'

Washington/Hong Kong/Beijing:  American diplomats must obtain approval from Beijing’s foreign ministry before they can meet with Hong Kong government officials or personnel from the city’s educational institutions and societies, reported South China Morning Post.

Facebook removes 150 fake accounts run from China

San Francisco: Social media giant Facebook has removed over 150 fake accounts which were allegedly run by China.

Pakistan still not held accountable for terrorism, can destabilize post-peace Afghanistan, writes Afghan group to US politician

Kabul: Afghanistan's Milli Gato Saatonko Group, a national interests preservation body, has sent a letter to US politician Stephen F. Lynch and claimed that Taliban used 'Pakistan as a launching ground to attack the US, NATO and Afghan security forces'.

Republic of Korea stresses support for developing nations during COVID-19

New York: The President of the Republic of Korea has signaled his country’s support to developing nations during the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes ensuring they have equitable access to any vaccines against the deadly new coronavirus.  

US sentences UK national to 5 years in prison for role in hacking group: Justice Dept

Washington/Sputnik: A US federal judge has sentenced a United Kingdom national for his role in a hacking group that stole personal identifying information from companies and extorted them for ransoms.

No regime suppresses faith like the CPC does, says US

Washington/UNI: US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo on Monday said that China's incumbent Chinese Communist Party(CCP) has the worst track record when it comes to freedom of religion, especially disallowing their Muslim minorities from practising their faith.