China yesterday congratulated Mohamed Muizzu, the pro-Beijing winner of a recent presidential election in the Maldives.
China launched its first high-speed rail line that will travel across several bays and skim along the coast of the southeastern province of Fujian near the Taiwan Strait, state media reported on Thursday
At least 16 people were killed in a coal mine fire in southwest China’s Guizhou province yesterday, local officials said.
Decision taken in protest of Beijing’s denial of accreditation to some Indian athletes from Arunachal Pradesh
Beijing’s top diplomat told President Vladimir Putin that China and Russia must work to strengthen cooperation in the face of a “complex international situation”, Chinese state media reported yesterday. Speaking at a meeting with Putin in Saint Petersburg,
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is set Wednesday to host a climate meeting marred at its outset by the absence of speakers from the world's top two emitters, China and the United States
Dozens of crocodiles that escaped a flooded Chinese farm have all been recaptured, state media reported on Tuesday, a week after the reptilian runaways wriggled free.
China yesterday lashed out against German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock for calling President Xi Jinping a “dictator”, branding the comment “an open political provocation” that was “extremely absurd”.