Examining China's oil imports: Buying from the US; China militarizes South China Sea: US admiral

Examining China's oil imports: Buying from the US; China militarizes South China Sea: US admiral

Examining China's oil imports: Buying from the US; China militarizes South China Sea: US admiral

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Rescuers announce one of two black boxes have been found—following the tragic Boeing plane crash in China. Relatives and other loved ones also arrive on the scene.

The United States deals another heavy blow to Chinese officials—this time, targeting their ability to get through the border.

A U.S. military admiral says China is arming man-made islands in the South China Sea, as the United States and allies in the region pursue a different goal: “a free and open Indo-Pacific."

We examine China’s oil imports and look at how its purchases from the United States are changing.

Did China send weapons to Russia? For the first time, the United States makes an official statement.

China is facing a severe COVID-19 outbreak—one of the worst since it first emerged in Wuhan. But how long will Beijing hold onto its strict “zero-cases” policy?