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China to invest billions of dollars in ally Cambodia
Cambodia and China have signed nearly 20 agreements worth several billion dollars to develop the impoverished Southeast Asian country's infrastructure, agriculture and health care
China, Asia leaders discuss Mekong dam projects
Leaders of nations along Southeast Asia's Mekong River have met in Cambodia amid a push by China to build more dams that are altering the water flow and raising environmental concerns.
China, France promise cooperation on climate, security
The presidents of China and France have promised closer cooperation on climate, counter-terrorism and other issues as their governments try to gain global influence
Macron urges China to open market wider
French President Emmanuel Macron has urged Beijing to open Chinese markets wider and warned lack of action might prompt other countries to close their own markets
New leadership council reveal by Chinese President Xi Jinping shows no successor in sight
Chinese President Xi Jinping, Beijing’s most powerful leader since Chairman Mao , unveiled his seven-man leadership lineup Wednesday morning at the Great Hall of the People with himself at the helm. There was no clear successor among the seven men on the dais, which sends a strong signal that Xi
The 'Super Bowl' of Chinese politics takes place this week
This week Beijing marks the opening of China’s most important political event: the 19th Communist Party Congress. This gathering, held every five years, brings together China’s top Communist Party members and the country's top leaders. It is the Super Bowl of Chinese politics, if the the Super Bowl
Putin on Trump's withdrawal from Paris Accord: 'Don't worry, be happy'
Russian President Vladimir Putin today appeared to come to the defense of President Trump over his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Climate Agreement Putin, speaking at an economic forum in Russia, said that although he thinks it would have been better for the U.S. to try to change the
Terror Attack on Nice: 84 Dead After Grenade-Filled Truck Plows Into Crowd
Eighty-four people -- including several children -- died in the French city of Nice after a terrorist plowed a truck, which was "loaded with" grenades and other arms, into a large crowd during Bastille Day celebrations Thursday night, according to officials and the French president. As of 8 a.m.