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A bad year for Xi Jinping: Chinese president battles Hong Kong protests, trade war with US as Communist China nears 70th anniversary
'Xi Jinping has had the toughest year since he came to power',' said Eleanor Olcott, China policy analyst at research firm TS Lombard.
China pledges $20 billion in loans for economic development of Arab States, as Beijing builds influence in Middle East and Africa
The money pledged by China will be earmarked for "projects that will produce good employment opportunities and positive social impact in the Arab States that have reconstruction needs," said Xi, without providing further details.
China to continue providing financial help to Sri Lanka under Belt and Road Initiative, dismisses reports of 'debt trap'
China vowed to keep providing financial help, including loans, to Sri Lanka despite warnings about the island nation's debt mountain.
China's Weibo has blocked comedian John Oliver after he mocked president Xi Jinping
Searching John Oliver on Weibo prompts an error message about 'information violating laws.'
Beijing won't force New Delhi to accept Belt and Road infrastructure project, says Chinese minister Kong Xuanyou
Chinese vice foreign minister Kong Xuanyou said China does not think it is important whether India accepts China’s Belt and Road infrastructure project and China won’t force it to
India, China are 'frenemies' working with each other despite disagreements, says UN diplomat Syed Akbaruddin
India and China are "frenemies" which are working with each other despite disagreements and the world can learn from their relationship, India's top diplomat at the UN has said.
Xi Jinping pledges to expand Belt and Road, says China's development does not pose threat to any country
Chinese President Xi Jinping struck a strongly nationalistic tone in his closing address on Tuesday to the annual session of the ceremonial parliament, saying China would never allow "one inch" of territory to be separated from it
China advocates non-intervention in Maldives political crisis, but call likely motivated by 'strategic interests'
It's become something of a State policy for Beijing to advocate non-intervention in foreign affairs of other countries. But in Maldives, it does have a dog in the fight.
Gunmen kills Chinese shipping firm managing director Chen Zhu in Pakistan
A Chinese national, the managing director of a shipping firm in Pakistan, was killed on Monday after being shot in the head by unidentified gunmen here in what police are calling a targeted attack.
China's new Silk Road faces political, financial hurdles in Pakistan; plans for Diamer-Bhasha Dam delayed
China's plan for a modern Silk Road of railways, ports and other facilities linking Asia with Europe hit a $14 billion pothole in Pakistan.
Unites States, China warn their citizens in Pakistan of possible terror attacks, sectarian violence
United States and China have issued advisories for their citizens in Pakistan to be on alert after receiving intelligence reports about possible attacks
China welcomes India but need not beg New Delhi to join Belt and Road project: Chinese Daily
India's absence at the summit was sort of an embarrassment to China even though it called the forum a success.
Narendra Modi in Russia: After OBOR boycott, routine agreements don't portend well for New Delhi
Narendra Modi showing courage by backing out of OBOR wasn't enough. It is also necessary to initiate countervailing measures to make up for the loss of economic benefits that would have accrued from OBOR