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China holds talks with Pakistan leadership to boost 'all-weather ties', signs deals to speed up projects under CPEC
Chinese vice-president Wang Qishan met Pakistan president Arif Alvi and Imran Khan on Sunday and agreed to speed up projects under the $60-billion CPEC.
China defends blocking Masood Azhar terror listing at UNSC, says it will help concerned parties develop 'lasting solution'
Asked why China once again resorted to block India's bid against Masood Azhar, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told a media briefing that Beijing's decision is in line with the rules of the committee.
India redoubles efforts to list JeM chief Masood Azhar as global terrorist ahead of UNSC deadline; China remains ambiguous
Ahead of the deadline to designate Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist, India is engaged in frantic parleys with key players like the US, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Turkey.
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 welcomes Pakistan's 'goodwill signal', France applauds show of restraint: World reacts to IAF pilot Abhinandan's release
While in both Pakistan and India, journalists, politicians, performers, sportspersons and common people rejoiced on social media, other countries too reacted positively to the return of IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman.
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
Chinese foreign ministry says US and China want to work together on trade; face-to-face negotiations in Beijing this week
US and China have agreed to hold “positive and constructive” talks and dialogue to resolve economic and trade disputes
US says it will continue military sales to Taiwan as China reiterates its opposition to weapons deals
Brent Christensen said Washington would continue military sales to Taiwan while promoting its participation in international community that Beijing increasingly seeks to restrict.
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 hopes to improve ties with Australia under Scott Morrison, says stable bilateral relations in interest of both countries
China said it hopes to work with the new Australian government to get bilateral ties back on track, authorities said on Saturday.
China's foreign ministry says Beijing will play 'constructive role' to improve bilateral ties between India, Pakistan
China's foreign ministry said that it will play a "constructive role" to improve India-Pakistan bilateral ties
Retaliatory measures to counter US tariffs on Chinese goods already in place, says Beijing, warns of 'global market turmoil'
The tariffs could mark the opening skirmishes of an escalating tit-for-tat trade war as Trump has vowed to impose duties on as much as $450 billion in Chinese goods
Pakistan on FATF grey list: China defends 'all-weather' ally even as Islamabad continues to shelter terrorist groups
Political mainstreaming of Pakistan's militant groups is an attempt by security establishment to pursue alternative to dismantling its 'strategic assets'.
A bus crash in North Korea has killed 32 Chinese tourists and four North Koreans, the foreign ministry in Beijing said on Monday.
China says Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping to discuss globalisation, threat of rising protectionism at informal summit
China on Monday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping will discuss globalisation and the threat of rising protectionism.
China welcomes North Korea's decision to halt nuclear tests, says move will ease situation on peninsula
China on Saturday said it welcomed North Korea's decision to halt nuclear tests and intercontinental missile launches.
China releases list of 106 US products to face 25% additional tariffs; list includes planes, trucks, chemicals, soybeans
China announced on Wednesday that it will impose additional tariffs of 25 percent on 106 US products including soybeans, autos and chemicals
China on Monday welcomed as "positive" India's willingness to deal with differences with Beijing on the basis of mutual respect and sensitivity to each other's interests.
Beijing claims US warship 'violated' its sovereignty by sailing near Scarborough Shoal in South China Sea
The USS Hopper sailed within 12 nautical miles of Huangyan Island on the night of 17 January without alerting Beijing, the foreign ministry said, referring to the shoal by its Chinese name.