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Intel: Putin may cite Ukraine war to meddle in US politics

WASHINGTON (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin may use the Biden administration’s support for Ukraine as a pretext to order a new campaign to interfere in American politics, U.S. intelligence offi...

China rejects sanctions as Ukraine war tops summit agenda

BRUSSELS (AP) — China on Friday renewed its criticism of Western sanctions against Russia, as top European Union officials sought assurances from Beijing that it would not help Moscow circumvent the e...

US expands travel bans on Chinese officials for persecution

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration on Monday expanded existing U.S. travel bans against Chinese officials whom it accuses of repressing ethnic and religious minorities. The ...

Chinese charged in US with stalking, harassing, and spying for China's secret police

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Five individuals, including two Chinese citizens, were charged with various offenses in New York on Wednesday (March 16) for their attempts to silence Americans whose poli...

Chinese operatives accused of spying on dissidents in US

WASHINGTON (AP) — Five men accused of acting on behalf of the Chinese government have been charged with brazen and wide-ranging schemes to stalk and harass Chinese dissidents in the United States, inc...

British publishers erase 'Taiwanese' from books to appease China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — British publishers Octopus Books and Quarto have been found to have repeatedly censored references to Taiwan and Taiwanese in multiple books that were printed for a Wester...

Activists urge athletes to speak out at Beijing Olympics

BEIJING (AP) — Human rights activists issued a call to action against the Beijing Olympics on Friday, imploring athletes and sponsors to speak out against what they call the “genocide games.” ...

Chinese rights activists stopped from visiting dying family members

For 15 years, Zhang Qing raised her children alone in the United States as her husband, Chinese human rights activist Yang Maodong, who also goes by his pen name Guo Feixiong, went in and out of deten...

Newspaper editorial urges Canadians to take concerted stand against China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Toronto Star on Monday (Dec. 20) published an editorial calling on Canadians to make a more concerted effort to stand up to China. In the article, titled “Our col...

China: Detained journalist Zhang Zhan on 'hanging by a thread'

Detained journalist Zhang Zhan is reportedly on the "hanging by a thread" amid a hunger strike, as international pressure mounts on the Chinese government to release her. Zhang was also unv...

EXPLAINER: Why are foreign tech firms pulling out of China?

HONG KONG (AP) — Yahoo Inc. is leaving the China market, suspending its services there as of Monday amid what it says is an “increasingly challenging” business and legal environment....

Yahoo pulls out of China, citing 'challenging' environment

HONG KONG (AP) — Yahoo Inc. said Tuesday it has pulled out of China, citing an increasingly challenging operating environment. The withdrawal was largely symbolic, as many of the com...

Yahoo pulls out of China over 'challenging' environment

US technology company Yahoo announced Tuesday that it had completely pulled out of China in response to a widening clampdown on the tech industry. Under Chinese law, companies operating there are req...

Detainee says China has secret jail in Dubai, holds Uyghurs

A young Chinese woman says she was held for eight days at a Chinese-run secret detention facility in Dubai along with at least two Uyghurs, in what may be the first evidence that China is operating a ...

Journalist Zhang Jialong jailed for 'disturbing the peace' in China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Amid the flurry of arrests and convictions of journalists in China, former Caijing magazine and Tencent Finance reporter Zhang Jialong (張賈龍) has been sentenced to one and ...