China refutes US accusation that COVID-19 leaked from Wuhan lab, says global outbreaks caused pandemic
Beijing has been proactively questioning the widely-held view that the deadly outbreak broke out in a wet market in Wuhan where the live animals are sold
After two years of confinement, China says two Canadians suspected of national security crimes have been tried, indicted
Former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor have been confined since 10 December, 2018, just days after Canada detained Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the ban on apps, under the pretext of national security, violates market principles and World Trade Organisation rules
The Chinese foreign ministry's remarks came in response to a question on Pompeo’s visit to India and other South Asian countries
This will be the fifth dialogue since the standoff and the Indian side is expected to reiterate its call for complete disengagement of Chinese troops along LAC
The Chinese foreign ministry said 'two sides continue working towards implementing the consensus reached at the two earlier rounds of commander-level talks and made progress in effective measures by frontline troops to disengage and deescalate the situation."
'Indian troops crossed LAC, blatantly broke consensus': China blames India for face-off, skirts questions on damming Galwan river
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian skirted questions for a second consecutive day about the casualties suffered by China in the Galwan Valley clash while accusing Indian troops of trying to 'unilaterally change the status quo'
Pakistan says claims about military applications of autoclave seized by India at Kandla port 'factually incorrect'
Pakistan rejected India's assertion that the industrial autoclave seized from a Karachi-bound Chinese ship at the Kandla port has military applications, saying similar furnaces are being used in several industries around the world over
China defends raising Kashmir issue at UNSC, calls it goodwill gesture to de-escalate India-Pakistan tensions
Stoutly defending its decision to raise the Kashmir issue at the UNSC as an attempt to de-escalate India-Pakistan tensions and out of 'goodwill', China on Friday claimed that "most of the members" of the Council have voiced their concern over the situation in the Valley
China underplays Russia's backing for India's permanent membership of UNSC, advocates package solution that accommodates all parties
China played down Russia's backing for India and Brazil's entry into the UN Security Council (UNSC) as permanent members, saying all parties have "major differences" in the matter and instead advocated for a "package solution"
From helping Pakistan raise Kashmir issue at UNSC to calling it a 'bilateral matter', a look at China's dynamic stance on dispute
The Ministry of External Affairs confirmed on Wednesday that Chinese president Xi Jinping will visit India on 11 and 12 October to hold an informal summit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Hong Kong an internal affair, says China after German foreign minister meets Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong
Hong Kong has been gripped by weeks of protests, initially against a now-shelved extradition bill and now focused more on securing greater freedoms for Hong Kong
India rejects China's objection to its move to create a separate Union Territory of Ladakh, terms issue as 'internal matter'
India on Tuesday rejected China's objection to its move to create a separate Union Territory of Ladakh, terming it an internal matter of the country.
China sends vice-foreign minister to Pakistan to discuss tension with India, says Islamabad making anti-terrorism efforts
China said on Wednesday that it has despatched Vice Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou to Islamabad to discuss the India-Pakistan tensions following the Pulwama terrorist attack.
China asks India, Pakistan to 'exercise restraint' after IAF strikes Jaish-e-Mohammed training camp in Balakot
On India's assertion that it was a "non-military pre-emptive strikes" directed against training camps of the terrorist groups who are carrying out violent acts in India, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said, "as for India's claim on taking action against terrorism, well fighting terrorism is a global practice
Imran Khan to visit Beijing: Pakistan PM's love for China will be tested by CPEC rethink, ill-treatment of Uighurs
A CPEC under fire is a very real threat to the overall Belt and Road Initiative.
The CPEC is the chief component of China's ambitious Belt and Road project which envisages connecting Asia, Africa and Europe through a network of highways, seaports and lanes.
China to import Indian anti-cancer drugs to give markets 'greater access'; pharma trade will enhance health of countries, says Beijing
China said it has initiated specific measures for the import of Indian pharmaceuticals, especially anti-cancer drugs, to provide the Chinese market “greater access” to them, days after a Chinese movie on a leukaemia patient highlighted the need to pave the way for the import of cheap Indian medicines.
China defends Pakistan after Narendra Modi's 'terror export factory' remark, says Islamabad must be supported in fight against terrorism
China on Friday defended Pakistan against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remark that Islamabad was a "terror export factory"
India and China should look at border differences, including over Doka La, in a "calm way" and resolve them, Chinese foreign ministry said