China accused the United States on Tuesday of "outright bullying" over popular video app TikTok, after President Donald Trump ramped up pressure for its US operations to be sold to an American company.
China accuses US of 'outright bullying' over TikTok
The coronavirus pandemic is worsening the humanitarian situation in the world’s deadliest conflicts and threatens to unleash economic devastation that will intensify violence, United Nations diplomats and experts warned.
Pandemic’s economic fallout will worsen conflicts: UN diplomats
Beijing’s top representative office in Hong Kong said on Saturday that sanctions imposed by Washington on senior Hong Kong and Chinese officials were “clowning actions” that would not frighten or intimidate Chinese people.
US sanctions branded 'clowning actions' as HK vows it won't be intimidated
Three Micronesian sailors stranded on a tiny, remote island in the western Pacific have been saved after rescuers spotted their SOS message on a beach.
Beach SOS saves men stranded on tiny Micronesian island
Turkey wants to resolve a dispute with Greece over energy exploration in the Eastern Mediterranean through dialogue, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Wednesday, adding that Ankara would defend its “rights and interests” in the region.
Turkey says it wants to resolve dispute with Greece through dialogue
The owner of a popular South Surrey restaurant in Canada said flowers in patio boxes potted up to ease the strain of not being able to open during the height of the pandemic have been brazenly stolen three times, by the same person.
Plant thieves strike popular South Surrey restaurant a third time, says owner

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