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The economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic continues to heighten regional disparities in China, creating fresh incentives for people to leave the industrial heartlands of the country in search of jobs in southern areas.
The Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY) on Thursday said that the Wall Street Journal had published 'fake news' of Indian clampdown on social media.
Hundreds of people in Myanmar are being held in undisclosed locations throughout the country since the military coup, leading to speculations that they may not be alive.
Top US military commanders were recommending against a full withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, advising to try to cement a peace agreement first, but US President Joe Biden did not share their concern.
At least six people, including a police officer, were killed at a supermarket in Boulder, the US state of Colorado on Monday, The Wall Street Journal reported citing law enforcement officials.
At least six people, including a police officer, were killed at a supermarket in Boulder, the US state of Colorado, The Wall Street Journal reported citing law enforcement officials.
Washington, March 20 The economic situation in the US is much improved since the Covid-19 pandemic hit, but ...
China is going to try to persuade the United States to lift the restrictive measures introduced by the previous administration of President Donald Trump during the upcoming Beijing-Washington talks in Alaska amid worsening ties between the two countries, as per sources.
Former US President Donald Trump son-in-law and former senior White House advisor Jared Kushner has praised President Joe Biden for signalling that he is open to rejoining the Iran nuclear agreement, adding that his administration has an opportunity to ensure peace in the Middle East.
Senior European Union leaders have agreed to target China with sanctions over its human rights abuses, blacklisting four people and one entity in Xinjiang, according to several diplomats.