Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

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Yang Jiechi will Visit U.S This Week.

Top Chinese Diplomat Will Visit U.S. to Mend Ties With Trump Administration: Report

China is sending a high-ranking diplomat to the U.S. this week, marking yet another rapprochement between the two powerful countries following strains in their relationship over the past couple of months.

Ant Financial's MoneyGram acquisition is the second and biggest acquisition of the company in the United States.

Ant Financial Acquires U.S. MoneyGram for $880M

Ant Financial Services Group has announced its acquisition of MoneyGram International in a deal valued at $880 million.

Easy meat from the air

Russia is Defenseless against NATO Air Attack; still Short of Modern Surface-to-Air Missiles

"The S-500s will at best be created in 2020 -- no earlier," he said.

Xiaomi’s primary markets are limited to China, India, and Indonesia.

Xiaomi to Enter U.S. Smartphone Market Soon

Xiaomi has announced that it is preparing to enter the American smartphone market in the near future.

China’s current rank is on the 28th spot among the world’s countries in terms of workforce automation.

China Plans to be Part of Top 10 Robotics Nations by 2020

China is aiming to be one of the world's top 10 most automated nations by 2020 by expanding its domestic robotics market.

HTC 10 is now $599 in the U.S. for the month of July.

HTC Offers $100 off for HTC 10 in the U.S.

HTC is slashing down the price of the HTC 10 in the United States for the month of July.

China's Most Wanted Corrupt Suspect Voluntarily Returns Home From Canada to Face Trial

Zeng Ziheng: China's Most Wanted Corrupt Suspect Voluntarily Returns Home from Canada to Face Trial

A financial fugitive on the list of China's 100 most wanted corruption suspects returned to Beijing on Monday seeking refuge in Canada since 2011, the government said on Wednesday.

China-U.S. Strategic And Economic Dialogue, China-US High Level Consultation On People-To-People Exchange

US, China Agree to Cooperate on Climate Change

The United States and China have agreed to cooperate more and work together to address the climate change problem. Meanwhile, Beijing expressed its hopes that the U.S. would help poor countries combat the issue on Monday.

They're not Peter Pans

Study Says Music Stars Help Boost Childhood Obesity in the US

Of 69 beverages endorsed, 49 or 71 percent were sugar-sweetened.

Huawei Technologies.

Huawei Probe Motivated by US Trade 'Protectionism': Chinese analysts

The ongoing U.S. Commerce Department's investigation into Huawei Technologies over alleged export violations to sanctioned countries may be motivated by trade protectionism, according to Chinese analysts.

Ash Carter To Visit U.S. Aircraft Carrier.

US Defense Secretary Ash Carter to Visit U.S. Aircraft Carrier in South China Sea

In a move that is bond to infuriate China further, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Friday that he will visit a U.S. aircraft carrier stationed in the disputed South China Sea.

E. coli Bacteria Affects Several States in the U.S.

E. Coli Bacteria Outbreak Hits U.S., Sickens 19

E. coli virus has affected America and hits several states. Nineteen people have reportedly become ill, NBC News reports.

US President Barrack Obama

How Do we Fight ISIS? US President Obama Has an Answer

US President Barrack Obama has a simple answer to the question of how to fight ISIS as the latter continues to sow terror to the world.


U.S., China Hold First Ever Joint Naval Drills

China has completed a joint drill with the U.S Navy that was held in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Jacksonville, Fla.. It called the maneuvers the “first of its kind between the two navies.”

ASEAN Defense Ministers Fail to Release Statement

Row Over South China Sea Forces ASEAN Defense Ministers to Scrap Joint Statement, China Blames 'Countries Outside the Region'

A disagreement over mentioning the South China Sea dispute forced ASEAN defense ministers to completely abandon their plan to issue a joint declaration at the end of a regional security meeting in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, where U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter was in attendance. A statement from China's Ministry of Defense said 'individual countries outside the region' were to blame for the impasse.

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