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Over 100 Still In Grave Condition After Chemical Blast In China - Authorities

BEIJING (Sputnik) - As of Sunday, 117 people remain hospitalized with severe injuries in China as a result of the deadly blast at a chemical plant in the eastern city of Yancheng that killed at least 64 people, Li Shaodun, deputy director of...
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Beijing Threatens "retaliation" Over Sale Of F-16s To Taiwan 

Beijing has been ratcheting up its rhetoric over Taiwan all year, ever since President Xi kicked off 2019 with a speech calling for the "reunification" of Taiwan with the mainland, which provoked a fiery response from Taiwanese President Tsai...
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Us Sanctions On Chinese Firms Over Alleged Dealings With Dprk Unlawful - Beijing

BEIJING (Sputnik) – China considers the US decision to impose sanctions on two of its companies for allegedly violating North Korea sanctions unlawful and a step in the wrong direction in terms of Beijing-Washington cooperation, Chinese Foreign...
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"horrifying" Blast At China Chemical Plant Kills 47, Injures 640

“The air blast hit us and sent us up in the air,” one survivor told the Beijing News. “I can’t describe it. It was horrifying.” Executives of a chemical plant in China’s Jiangsu province have been taken into police custody after ...
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Harvard's President Makes A Fool Out Of Himself And America In Beijing

Harvard University President Larry Bacow has embarrassed himself, his institution, and his nation by sucking up to Chinese President Xi Jinping. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
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Italy Tries To Catch Up With Eu Partners By Joining Belt And Road - Analysts

MOSCOW (Sputnik), Tommy Yang - Despite the risk of disrupting a cohesive and unified strategy among European Union member states in dealing with Beijing, Italy’s decision to endorse the Belt and Road Initiative is simply part of Rome’s efforts...
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Chinese Visit To Italy Seeks Closer Ties, Stirs Suspicions

At the heart of Chinese Premier Xi Jingping's visit to Rome beginning Thursday is a key prize: A deal to make Italy the first major democracy to join China's ambitious Belt and Road infrastructure project that has raised concerns about Beijing's...
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Blast Hits Chemical Production Facility In China - Reports

BEIJING (Sputnik) - An explosion happened on Thursday on the territory of a chemical industrial park in China's Jiangsu province, local media reported.
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Eu Leaders To Discuss Ways To Limit Chinese Influence At Summit Dinner

The European Union will discuss a more defensive strategy on China on Thursday, potentially signalling an end to the unfettered access that Chinese business has enjoyed in Europe but which Beijing has failed to reciprocate. Caught between a new...
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Us Turning Space Into New Battlefield, Justifies Its Supremacy Bid - Beijing

BEIJING (Sputnik) - By accusing Russia and China of creating threats in space, Washington justifies its aspiration to gain military supremacy and develop advanced weapons, the Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokesman, Geng Shuang, said on Wednesday.
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Trump's Beijing Blockade Backfires: Not A Single European Country Has Banned Huawei

For the past year, as part of Trump's escalating trade war against China, the Trump administration has been waging a parallel campaign to convince America's European "allies" (at least until the White House unleashes auto tariffs against Brussles in...
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Taiwan, Us Plan New Talks This Year In Rebuke To Beijing

Taiwan and the U.S. will hold talks later this year as part of upgraded efforts to counter Beijing's growing pressure on the island for political unification.  The talks planned for September in Taipei will include a senior official from...
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China's Xi Urges Teachers Of Political Courses To Tackle 'false Ideas'

Chinese educators must respond to "false ideas and thoughts" when teaching political and ideological classes, President Xi Jinping said, in a sensitive year that marks the 30th anniversary of student-led protests around Tiananmen Square. Beijing...
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How To Save America From The Fentanyl Flow

David Luna Security, Americas Washington needs to double down on its cooperation efforts with Beijing, Mexico City and Ottawa, bilaterally and through a new four-way framework against this deadly commerce. As the United States debates...
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Google Denies Donald Trump's Accusations Of Working With Chinese Military

The US president and top defence officials have alleged that the Chinese military benefits from the work that Google is doing in China. Last year, Trump unleashed a large-scale trade war against Beijing, partly due to the alleged theft of US...
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Ex-us Dia Officer Pleads Guilty To Attempted Espionage For China - Doj

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) said in a statement on Friday that former US Defence Intelligence Agency officer Ron Rockwell Hansen has pleaded guilty in connection with his attempted "transmission of national information" to Beijing.
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Chinese Premier Touts Rate Cuts To Back Economy, Sparks Specifics Speculation

A top Chinese official says the nation's central bank could implement policies to support economic growth in the country, sparking speculation over what steps Beijing will take this year to achieve its growth target amid global economic headwinds.
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Kazakhstan At The Crossroads

Luke Coffey Security, Eurasia Political instability could open the door for either Beijing or Moscow to expand their influence in Astana. Imagine a region with energy resources that could help break Western Europe’s dangerous dependence on...
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'under Siege': Us Navy Reportedly Admits Its Cybersecurity In 'dire' Situation

Washington has long been accusing China of using its army of hackers to steal not only commercial secrets of American firms, but also sensitive material relating to the military sphere. Beijing has denied engaging in illegal cyber activities against...
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The Hanoi Summit – We Asked Lyle Goldstein What Happens Next In U.s.-north Korea Relations

Lyle J. Goldstein Security, Asia "Beijing and America should work to develop some new and innovative “economic carrots” that can entice Kim Jong-un without undermining the whole sanctions regime." The answer to why the Hanoi Summit was a...
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