Around 2,900 athletes, representing approximately 85 National Olympic Committees, will compete in the Winter Games from 4-20 February, 2022.
Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn and their ideological masters China have successfully planted five myths about socialism and Communism in the minds of the impressionable
Speaking to journalists as Beijing marked the centenary of the ruling Communist Party, Khan said the Chinese version of the Uighur issue was completely different from what was being reported in Western media
In his Axios interview, Imran Khan said, "Our discussions with the Chinese will always be behind closed doors."
The highly symbolic move – reported by EU diplomats and expected to be formally unveiled in the EU's official journal later Monday – is the first time Brussels has hit Beijing over human rights abuses since it imposed an arms embargo in 1989 after Tiananmen Square
US Olympic Committee opposes 'ineffective' 2022 Winter Olympics boycott: USOPC president Susanne Lyons
China is facing global scrutiny over a range of issues, notably the mass internment of Uighur Muslims in the western region of Xinjiang, which the US has said amounts to genocide.
Pompeo, a vociferous critic of Beijing while he was Donald Trump's top diplomat, said the previous administration had tried in its final months to persuade the International Olympic Committee to move the Winter Games.
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The build-up to next February's Winter Olympics has been overshadowed by concerns over the fate of China's Uighur minority in the Xinjiang region
A coalition of 180 rights groups sent an open letter on the eve of the one-year-to-go date calling for a diplomatic boycott.
The incendiary tweet, which has since been hidden after outrage ripped across the internet, included a link to an article by state media outlet China Daily that claimed the "eradication of extremism has given Xinjiang women more autonomy" over whether to have children
In blow to human rights activists, ICC in The Hague rules out investigating China's detention of Muslims
China has denied that the camps are abusive, describing them instead as job training centres aimed at countering religious extremism and terrorism
Griezmann, a forward who was one of the leading members of the France team that won the 2018 World Cup in Russia, has been a Huawei brand ambassador since 2017.
Netflix defends decision to adapt Liu Cixin’s novel, says doesn't agree to author's Uighurs comments
Netflix responded to Republican US senators' letter urging the streaming platform to reconsider adapting Liu Cixin’s book into a TV series, following the author's support of the Chinese government's treatment of Uighur Muslims.
The Chinese Communist Party has rejected international criticism of the internment camps in Xinjiang and has described them as job-training centres that are necessary to fight Islamic extremism
The World Uighur Congress, an international organisation representing Uighur exiles, has provided initial evidence and funding to the London tribunal
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Arsenal did not criticise Ozil for making the comments, but instead posted on their page on the Chinese social media site Weibo that the club "always adheres to the principles" of not getting involved in politics.
The sanctions freeze any assets the targets may have in US jurisdictions and bar Americans from doing business with them
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Donald Trump won office in 2016 partly on his accusations that China was exploiting the country’s trade relationship with the United States by selling the country far more than it purchased
Donald Trump ends Hong Kong's preferential status citing Beijing's 'oppressive' actions against city
Acting on a Tuesday deadline, Trump also signed a bill approved by the US Congress to penalize banks doing business with Chinese officials who implement the new security law.