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Chinese state media trumped a proposed deal between ByteDance, Oracle, and Walmart as a victory against "U.S. hegemonic suppression." [Read More]
Saudi Arabian state media report Bahrain foiled an Iran-backed terrorist attack meant as revenge for the death of IRGC Gen. Qasem Soleimani. [Read More]
Villagers in the Himalayas are working hard to support Indian troops against a potential Chinese invasion. [Read More]
The Taiwanese Defense Ministry on Monday complained about a "high frequency of harassment and threats" from the Chinese military. [Read More]
Chinese state media praises "defiant" ByteDance for refusing to sell full control of TikTok to a U.S. corporation to avoid a ban. [Read More]
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) forms paramilitary "strike teams" to suppress protests in Tehran and an oil province. [Read More]
The Taiwanese air force scrambled fighters on Friday as 18 Chinese warplanes swarmed across the midpoint of the Taiwan Strait. [Read More]
Streaming giant Netflix announced on Wednesday that it has signed a five-year partnership deal with Saudi Arabian animation studio Myrkott. [Read More]
New Zealand slips into its first recession in ten years, thanks to economic damage from the Wuhan coronavirus. [Read More]
Two Iranian nationals are indicted for cyberattacks against private and public systems in the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East. [Read More]
Communist China angrily denounces another visit to Taiwan by a high-ranking U.S. official and threatens reprisals. [Read More]
Murderous Islamist extremists promise violence and "resistance" to the peace accords between Israel, the UAE, and Bahrain. [Read More]
After the discovery of a chemical in the atmosphere of Venus that could indicate life, Russia's space agency lays claim to the planet. [Read More]
Chinese state media praised the proposed deal between TikTok creators ByteDance and Oracle Corporation on Tuesday. [Read More]
Chinese state media praised the proposed deal between TikTok creators ByteDance and Oracle Corporation on Tuesday. [Read More]
Sources familiar with the discussions say Taiwan will purchase up to seven major weapon systems from the United States. [Read More]
China's state-run Global Times demands a global revolution in cyberspace standards after an ambassdor is embarrassed on Twitter. [Read More]
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says oil revenues have declined from $120 billion in 2011 to "just over $20 billion" last year. [Read More]
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny posts a photo of himself from his hospital room in Germany and says his condition is improving. [Read More]
India doubles its spending on roads and bridges near the contested Himalayan border with China to match Chinese efforts. [Read More]
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