China's top legislature Tuesday began reviewing a draft amendment to the Individual Income Tax Law as part of efforts in the country to achieve fairer income distribution and common prosperity.
Washington's trade war against China and some U.S. allies is "extremely unwise and so unnecessary," said a renowned Singaporean expert on Asian and world affairs.
Despite wide criticism, the United States is withdrawing from the UN Human Rights Council (HRC), U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Nikki Haley said here on Tuesday.
Entrepreneurs from east China's Zhejiang Province believe Cuba's economic market shows great potential and it could be a gateway for expansion into Latin America, a continent increasingly connected to Beijing.
A year on from the very first meeting between Brexit minister David Davis and the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, Britain remains a country divided.
Two years before the first World Refugee Day, Tony Blair, who was then the British prime minister, offered the international community in the midst of the Kosovo war in 1999 a set of criteria for deciding when and how to intervene militarily in the affairs of another country.
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