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China is broadening its political education campaign as it celebrates the 70th anniversary of its control over Tibet.
Beijing is ramping up its cognitive warfare by aggregating negative news reports to stoke public discontent toward the government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Japan is not a country known for protests. So when people take to the streets in large numbers, it gets noticed.
The visit to Baghdad by a delegation of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), the Kurdish nationalist party founded by the late President Jalal Talabani, reflected a tendency by the PUK to openly ally itself with parties and militias loyal to Iran.
The repression of hundreds of thousands of China's Uyghur Muslim minority amounts to "crimes against humanity," a report published by human rights group Amnesty International said.
The arrests come amid a greater call to take on financial crimes nationwide.
The coffee chain said it was seeing "temporary supply shortages" for items such as oat milk.
Japan and Australia affirmed the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait while agreeing to deepen bilateral security cooperation amid China's rising assertiveness in regional waters.
India’s Olympics body says the decision is linked to public sentiment following last year’s border clashes between the two nations.
An international medical charity warned of "life-threatening" consequences for thousands of HIV and tuberculosis patients in Myanmar after it was ordered by the junta to stop work in a southern city.
The world's largest producer of cocoa, the Ivory Coast, has found an inventive use for the cocoa plant that could power millions of homes.