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American exceptionalism in the age of Trump

American exceptionalism was sometimes an excuse for ignoring international law, invading other countries, and imposing governments on their people. ...

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Chinese advised against traveling to Australia

The Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism issued a notice on Friday advising Chinese tourists to raise their safety awareness and avoid traveling to Australia....

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OPEC+ Talks hit a snag as Iraq goes slow on production cuts

Talks to extend OPEC+ production cuts hit a snag late Thursday after Iraq said it will only be able to reach its output target at the end of July, defying an ultimatum from Saudi Arabia and Russia to stop cheating on the deal.

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Snapchat stops promoting Trump's account for inciting 'racial violence'

Snapchat on Wednesday became the latest social network moving to curb the reach of U.S. President Donald Trump, claiming the president has been inciting "racial violence."

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Trump supporters propagate COVID-19 origin rumor about China on Twitter

An Australian think tank found that the 28 Twitter groups propagating coronavirus rumors are associated with Republican politicians....

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China urges Britain to stop meddling in Hong Kong affairs

Britain should recognize and respect the fact that Hong Kong has returned to China, and should not use the Sino-British Joint Declaration as an excuse to make irresponsible remarks, spokesperson Zhao Lijian said.

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Scholar, student ban hurts US interests

On Monday, the US embassy to China announced the suspension of entry as non-immigrants of certain students and researchers from the People's Republic of China. According to the new policy, quite many Chinese students and researchers who wish to study in the US will be rejected entry.

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Mass protests in US may speed up COVID-19 transmission, experts warn

As tens of thousands of demonstrators continue to take to the streets across the United States to protest the killing of George Floyd, an African American who died in police custody last week, health experts warned that mass gatherings may speed up COVID-19 transmission.

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Racism, bad governance hallmark of US

Just as we thought that things in the United States could not get any worse with ...

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Some students return to class as lockdown eases

Thousands of United Kingdom students were invited back to class on Monday as the ...

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