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Relations between the United States and China will remain strained, the former American ambassador says

Before the US presidential election in November, there will be little progress in the first phase of the trade agreement, former US Ambassador to China Max Baucus said on Tuesday. President Donald Trump signed the partial trade agreement with Beijing in January, but the coronavirus pandemic has hit China’s economy since then. There are now doubts as to whether the …

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EU reaches agreement on corona virus recovery: Live updates | news

The EU heads of state and government reached an agreement on a massive economic plan after the pandemic before dawn. The Australian state of Victoria reported 374 new cases of coronavirus and three deaths on Tuesday as it prepares to make wearing masks compulsory. Oxford University scientists say their experimental coronavirus vaccine triggered a protective immune response in an early …

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TikTok: How the app got into the conflict between the USA and China

With its diverse mix of viral dance madness and lip-synced comedy sketches, TikTok has become a phenomenon among young people. But with strong ties to China, it is the youngest company to be attacked as tensions between President Xi’s China and President Trump’s US increase. The U.S. and Australia are considering banning the app, and India has already taken it …

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China “struggles” as Britain suspends extradition agreement with Hong Kong UK news

China accused the UK of interfering in its domestic affairs on Tuesday, saying it would “strike back” after Britain announced that it would suspend its extradition treaty with Hong Kong following China’s decision to impose a national security law on the territory. An unnamed spokesman for the Chinese embassy in London claimed that Britain had repeatedly violated international law and …

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In the Caucasus, Russia is fighting Turkey and putting pressure on the shaky alliance

Since the outbreak of violence in the Caucasus in mid-July, Turkey has joined forces to defend its Muslim ally Azerbaijan, with whom it shares linguistic and ethnic ties, and has offered to provide Baku with new weapons. Erdoğan has vowed to “stand against any attack” on Azerbaijan that supplies Turkey with cheap natural gas. Meanwhile, Moscow ordered large-scale military exercises …

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EU leaders are making a breakthrough in the region’s redevelopment fund

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte watches German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and French President Emmanuel Macron in front of the building of the European Council building in Brussels on July 18, 2020 Francisco Seco | AFP | Getty Images The 27 governments of the European Union, after marathon talks in Brussels, reached …

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COVID-19 vaccine candidates are showing promising early results, but the finish line is still way ahead

A series of research recently published by several manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccine candidates gives reassuring hope that scientists are on the right track to develop an effective and safe vaccine at record speed. On Monday, three research groups separately released early positive results, showing that their respective experimental COVID-19 vaccines induced a multi-layered immune response that could be important for …

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The Kansas governor orders students and teachers to wear masks when schools reopen

Laura Kelly (D), governor of Kansas, signed a regulation on Monday in which all students, teachers, teachers, and visitors to public or private K-12 school buildings or facilities wear face coverings. “I will continue to use all the resources and tools available to this government to protect Kansans and keep our economy open for business regardless of the political setback,” …

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Climate change is on the right track to eradicate polar bears by the end of the century, warns a study

Climate change is starving polar bears According to a study released on Monday that predicts that the carnivores at the top could almost disappear within a human life. They are already malignant in some regions Downward spiralScientists reported in Nature Climate Change that shrinking sea ice shortens the time that bears have to seal hunt. Their decreasing body weight is …

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United States sanctions 11 Chinese companies for human rights

It remains unclear whether the government in Xinjiang ultimately delivered more workers to O-Film. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment. O-Film could not be reached immediately for a comment. Another company on the list, Hefei Bitland Information Technology Co, said on its website that its partners include Google, HP, Haier, iFlytek, and Lenovo. Another listed company, …

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