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Iran, six other states urge probe into case of indigenous mass grave in Canada
Iran, China, Russia, and several other countries have called for an independent probe into the case of a mass grave that was discovered at the site of a boarding school in Canada last month and that contained the remains of more than 200 indigenous children.
Bitcoin tumbles 10% in wake of strict China restrictions
Bitcoin tumbled almost 10% on Monday as recent volatility in the cryptocurrency market showed no signs of dampening down, with market players citing jitters over China's expanding crackdown on bitcoin mining in thin liquidity for the losses.
China urges US not to seek ‘political manipulation’ after Taiwan COVID-19 vaccine aid
China's Foreign Ministry urged the United States on Monday not to seek "political manipulation" in the name of vaccine assistance after the United States delivered 2.5 million COVID-19 shots to Taiwan.
China gives one-billionth COVID shot
China on Sunday announced it had administered its one-billionth shot in the world's biggest coronavirus inoculation drive.
This 10-storey building constructed in just over a day
Construction of buildings and skyscrapers is a job that often takes months, if not years – but not for this construction company in Changsha, China. Broad Group, a Chinese enterprise that has many verticals, one of which is sustainable development, created a splash on the Internet by building a 10-storey residential building in a little over a day – 28 hours and 45 minutes, to be precise.
China’s factory output, retail sales miss expectations in May
Growth in China’s factory output slowed for a third straight month in May, likely weighed down by disruptions caused by COVID-19 outbreaks in the country’s southern export powerhouse of Guangdong.
China condemns ‘wanton intervention’ in Taiwan, deploys aircraft
China said it will “never tolerate” foreign intervention in issues related to Taiwan, a self-ruled democratic island that China claims as its own, after Taiwan reported the largest ever incursion into its airspace of Chinese aircraft, and Beijing sent more ships to the South China Sea.
China says radiation levels normal at Taishan nuclear plant
China said Tuesday radiation levels remained normal at one of its nuclear power plants and there were no safety concerns, after the station’s French operator reported a gas build-up.
China urges NATO to stop exaggerating ‘threat theory’
Beijing urged NATO on Tuesday to stop exaggerating the “China threat theory” and "creating confrontation", after a vow from the Western allies to work together to counter challenges posed by its policies.
China denounces G7 statement, urges group to stop slandering country
China denounced on Monday a joint statement by the Group of Seven leaders that had scolded Beijing over a range of issues as a gross interference in the country’s internal affairs, and urged the grouping to stop slandering China.
Chinese provinces issue bans on crypto-mining
Authorities in China’s northwestern province of Qinghai and a district in neighboring Xinjiang ordered cryptocurrency mining projects to close this week, as local governments put into practice Beijing’s call to crack down on the industry.
‘Small’ groups don't rule the world: China cautions G7
China on Sunday pointedly cautioned Group of Seven leaders that the days when "small" groups of countries decided the fate of the world was long gone, hitting back at the richest democracies as they sought to act in concert to counter Beijing's might.
G7 rivals China with grand infrastructure plan
The Group of Seven richest democracies on Saturday sought to counter China's growing influence by offering developing nations an infrastructure plan that would rival President Xi Jinping's multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative.
China: US should end ‘bullying acts’ against Iran
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged the United States on Friday to stop its “unilateral bullying acts” against Iran and lift its sanctions on the Islamic Republic before rejoining the 2015 nuclear deal.
China accuses US of 'paranoid delusion' over huge innovation bill
Beijing on Wednesday accused Washington of "paranoid delusion" after the United States Senate passed a sweeping industrial policy bill aimed at countering the surging economic threat from China.

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