All the ways China could keep its eyes and ears on the US-North Korea summit without being there

As the June 12 meeting in Singapore draws near, US intelligence officials are reportedly expecting China — which is believed to have conducted intelligence operations in the country — to keep close tabs on their affairs.

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Are Civil Rights in China Respected?

by Steven Sanders The answer may surprise you The primary goal of every human being is to enjoy their human

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Why North Korea Launches Its Missiles In Lofted Trajectories?

North Korea conducted its first test of Hwasong-15 Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) early Wednesday which puts all of US in striking range. The missile soared to an altitude ten times higher than the International Space Station.

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UCLA players suspended after shoplifting incident

UCLA freshmen basketball players LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were suspended indefinitely by the school on Wednesday after

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Chinese Textile Giant Brings Factory Jobs to Struggling Arkansas Town

One of China’s biggest textile mills is planning its first North American factory in a small town in the southern U.S. state of Arkansas. Forrest City, located near the Mississippi River, is where the Chinese textile giant Shandong Ruyi plans a $410 million investment to spin yarn at a factory where local workers once built Japanese…

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China strongly opposes U.S. arms sales of $1.4 billion to Taiwan

China considers Taiwan to be part of its territory and has long opposed any arms sales to the self-governing island

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