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President Trump And Republic House Spilt On Face Mask

Surging COVID-19 cases in the U.S. intensifies Republicans’ concern over making masks mandatory, while the President considers it to be a “personal choice”. The U.S President Trump is averse to mask, while his fellow Republicans have turned against him as they want to publicly push people to cover...

Controversial New Security Law For Hong Kong Passed By China

The controversial national security legislation for Hong Kong was reportedly passed by China's parliament which, according to Chinese authorities, is a necessary tool to address the issues of terrorism, subversion and foreign interference in the semi-autonomous city. Critics of the new law however...

Hong Kong National Security Law passed in Beijing

The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) on Tuesday passed the Hong Kong National Security Law, the Hong Kong edition of the South China Morning Post reported. The publication, referring to its sources, reported that the law was unanimously adopted by 162 members of the...

China Appoints World Bank’s Representative As Finance Ministry’s Face

When “bilateral tensions” between Washington and Beijing seems to be “at their worst in decade” and both the countries arrive at their “Phase 1 agreement” for truce, while China appoints a new face in Finance Ministry. Is it an attempt to avoid decoupling? China introduces a new face in its “trade...

Review Of Its Global Force Deployment Being Done By US To Counter China, Says Mike Pompeo

In order to appropriately posture the deployment of forces, the United States is reviewing its global force deployment so that it is bale to counter the increasing threat of China’s People’s Liberation Army particularly in the Asian region for countries such as India, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the...

Pompeo accuses China of "terrible conditions" at One Belt One Road projects

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused China of forcing people to work under "terrible" conditions at the One Belt One Road (OBOR) projects. "Among them (human rights abusers) is China, where the Communist Party and its state-owned enterprises often force citizens to work in terrible conditions...

Russia’s Scrambled Jets Intercept ‘U.S. B-52 Bombers’

The U.S. and Russia escorting each other’s bombers in planned flights. Last week, on Friday, 19 June 2020, the Interfax News Agency reported as that the “scrambled fighter jets” of Russia intercepted “two U.S. B-52 bombers” that were in flight over the region of the “Sea of Okhotsk” situated at the...

South Korea announces second wave of COVID-19 coronavirus

South Korea officially announced that it is facing the second wave of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Authorities did not expect it so soon. The second wave of the coronavirus pandemic came to South Korea, stated Head of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Jung Eun-Kyeong, quoted by Yonhap. “We...

'National Security Agency' In Hong Kong To Be Set Up By China, Says Chinese State Media

The proposed new law for Hong Kong is planned to be overseen by a "national security agency" which is planned to be set up in Hong Kong by China. The new law is aimed to crack down on dissent in the city, said reports by the Chinese state media. China has been trying to suppress pro democracy...

Japan and Vietnam partially remove travel restrictions

Japan and Vietnam agreed on a partial and phased lifting of travel restrictions between the two countries, said the Japanese Foreign Ministry. “Both countries agreed on the importance of strengthening strategic partnerships in various fields at the same time, as taking measures to prevent the...
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