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New foreign secretary may have declared ‘golden era’ with Beijing eight years ago when he was prime minister, but the political road map has changed.
World leaders agree artificial intelligence in the wrong hands could be a threat to humanity and have taken steps to avoid such a scenario.
With sharp splits on issues like the Ukraine war and Beijing’s EV subsidies, the best that might result is a rebuilding of trust, analysts say.
China’s online literature industry saw sales rise nearly 40 per cent last year, according to a new report by Tencent Holdings-backed China Literature.
Deeply against Beijing’s stances on Ukraine, trade and human rights, Brussels to seek ‘more on the political front’ before agreeing deals, source says.
The new treaty will include an agreement that Rwanda would not expel asylum seekers to a country where their life or freedom would be threatened – a major concern by the UK Supreme Court, which last month ruled the agreement illegal.
ESM CFO Kalin Anev Janse says China was among the countries that showed a very strong commitment to Europe at that time and the two can continue to work together.
Singapore took top ranking in the latest OECD assessment of education capabilities, with its students scoring highest in all three of the survey’s areas: mathematics, reading and science.
In lead-up to China-EU summit on Thursday, China’s foreign minister says if the two sides choose dialogue and cooperation, there will be no bloc confrontation.
The Russian president has rarely travelled abroad in recent years, and mostly to states of the former Soviet Union. His last trip beyond those countries was to China in October.
Britain’s embattled Conservative government unveiled a raft of measures aimed at cracking down on record levels of regular migration, including raising the minimum salary threshold for a skilled worker visa.
In recording shown by Israel’s public broadcaster Kan, Shin Bet chief Ronen Bar said: ‘We will do this everywhere, in Gaza, in the West Bank, in Lebanon, in Turkey, in Qatar’.
A British citizen and French national were injured in the assault. The suspect, a French national arrested after the attack, had pledged allegiance to Islamic State in a video recorded before the assault.
More than 110 nations pledge to triple the world’s renewable energy within seven years, as clean-power advocates say the commitment must be accompanied by the phase-out of dirtier forms of energy.
A think tank has recommended the establishment of a common market in China’s Greater Bay Area, proposing a system of regional integration similar to the European Union.
A highway tunnel under construction in China’s Xinjiang region is expected to be the world’s longest, and serve as a symbol of stronger ties with Central Asia.
The bloc will push the Chinese president to act against 13 companies, and may name and shame the firms if they do not secure a firm commitment.
Diplomat’s revelation suggests halting of feud with Beijing over Vilnius permitting opening of controversially named Taiwanese office in its capital.
On a walk around Milan fuelled by genuine Italian espresso, Tom Eves visits the country’s oldest shopping gallery, streets full of fashion, and its famous cathedral, Duomo Di Milano.
Gheorghe Nica was among five people jailed for the 2019 manslaughter of the Vietnamese nationals, who died in sweltering conditions. If he does not give money to their families, his 27-year sentence will be increased.
The Conference Board think tank’s twice-yearly survey finds that confidence among dozens of polled CEOs has taken a big hit while Beijing struggles to stimulate the market and lure investors.
Russia’s invasion has limited shipment routes from China to Europe and raised interest in alternative and nascent routes – including across the choppy Caspian Sea. But relevant governments need to get on board.
Despite the British leader’s vow to reduce arrivals, official figures showed net migration last year hit new levels.
15 properties were searched in Berlin and the states of Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein
Border crossing closures follow a surge in migrants which Finland claims Russia is intentionally pushing.