China on Thursday slashed U.S. President Donald Trump's meeting with so-called "Chinese victims of religious persecution," urging the U.S. side to stop using religious issues to interfere in its internal affairs.
British MPs on Thursday voted for a measure that could block efforts by the next prime minister to force through a no-deal Brexit by suspending the parliament, amid concerns that a hard Brexit could plunge the British economy into recession.
China strongly opposes European Parliament’s interference on Hong Kong issues through debate on a motion involved with Hong Kong, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Lu Kang said in a press conference on Thursday.
The spokesman and Director-General of the Foreign Ministry's Information Department Lu Kang is leaving his posts.
decision to exclude Turkey from NATO's F-35 fighter jet program is a "unilateral" step and might bring "irreparable damage" to bilateral relations, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said Thursday.
President Xi Jinping has instructed local people's congresses and their standing committees to creatively improve legislation and supervision based on local conditions.
With desires to deepen local-level China-U.S. ties and to broaden bilateral cooperation echoed among Chinese and U.S. city leaders, business community members, and diplomats as hundreds of them gathered for the fourth U.S.-China Sister Cities Mayors' Summit.
A pragmatic and cooperative approach would best serve the mutual interests of the United States and China, a U.S. expert said here Wednesday.
The Republic of Korea (ROK) and the United States are preparing to stage a joint military exercise this fall, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
Representatives from China and the United States are meeting here Wednesday to explore ways to further mayors' cooperation as well as celebrate 40 years of diplomatic ties between the two nations.
German politician Ursula von der Leyen was elected by the European Parliament on Tuesday to become the first female president of the European Commission, but her narrow win signals a tough job ahead.
The House voted 332-95 to table the bill, signifying a deeply divided Democratic Party on whether to impeach Trump, especially after Trump fired racially charged tweets at progressive lawmakers that evoked outcry from both sides of the aisle.
Russia expects an impartial analysis of all the available data in order to establish the real causes behind the 2014 crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Wednesday on the fifth anniversary of the incident.
Iran's defensive power, including its missile program, is non-negotiable, lran's president's chief of staff said on Wednesday.
China is urging the U.S. to stop putting unreasonable pressure on Chinese companies and keep its promise of lifting the ban on Huawei.
China has always advocated resolving economic and trade issues with the United States through dialogue and consultations and has always been sincere in such consultations, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Wednesday.
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena said that all suspects involved in the Easter Sunday terror explosions had been arrested following extensive investigations.
Local level cooperation between China and the United States is the driving force of the bilateral relations, Chinese Consul General in Houston Li Qiangmin said Tuesday.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Executive Board said Tuesday that it will initiate promptly the process of selecting the next managing director, after Christine Lagarde announced her resignation from the IMF position with effect from Sept. 12, 2019.
The central government will continue to support Macao in becoming a world tourism and leisure destination, the China Daily reported Wednesday.
WASHINGTON, July 16 (Xinhua) -- John Paul Stevens, U.S. Supreme Court Justice from 1975 to 2010, died Tuesday at the age of 99, according to the U.S."Stevens died this evening at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, of complications following a stroke he suffered on July 15," the court said in a statement.
China's Ministry of Commerce has urged the United States to correct faulty practices in anti-subsidy probes against Chinese products, after a World Trade Organization (WTO) report ruled that U.S. countervailing measures were inconsistent with WTO rules.
Peru's ex-president Alejandro Toledo, who is wanted in his country on corruption charges, was arrested early Tuesday in the United States, Peruvian judicial officials said.
An opera dedicated to the epic Long March led by the Communist Party of China (CPC) will return to the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing this summer.
Treasury said in a statement that its Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated two leaders of Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal-Muslimin (JNIM) as terrorists."Treasury is targeting the leadership of JNIM, al-Qa'ida's branch in Mali, for its destabilizing role conducting terrorist attacks across the country," said Treasury Under Secretary Sigal Mandelker.
Wang Yang, a senior Party official, stressed comprehensive, targeted and long-term support to Xinjiang through the "pairing assistance" program at a meeting from Sunday to Tuesday.
Germany's Ursula von der Leyen was elected to be the next president of the European Commission on Tuesday with a slim majority.
U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that his administration would not sell Turkey F-35 fighter jets because of Ankara's purchase of Russian S-400 air defense system.
President Xi Jinping emphasized on Monday the importance of preserving the cultural heritage of ethnic groups during a two-day inspection tour of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, which concluded on Tuesday.
Assistance projects to help develop the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region will continue focusing on improving people's livelihoods and poverty alleviation, a senior official said at a three-day conference that ended on Tuesday.