Analysis: U.S., China positions ossify at entrenched Tianjin talksWorld · 4:43 AM UTC
With no indication of a U.S.-China leaders' summit in the works, nor any outcomes announced from high-level diplomatic talks on Monday, relations between Beijing and Washington appear to be at a standstill as both sides insist the other must make concessions for ties to improve.
EuropeFive people missing after explosion rocks German chemicals site
ChinaFirst person charged under HK security law found guilty of terrorism, inciting secession
TechnologyTencent's WeChat suspends new user registration for security compliance
United StatesPolice who defended U.S. Capitol to testify at riot probe's first hearing
Healthcare & PharmaceuticalsU.S. FDA approves Merck's Keytruda combo for early breast cancer treatment
Asia PacificSouth, North Korea reopen hotlines as leaders seek to rebuild ties
Olympics · 9:31 AM UTCTennis-Japan's Osaka bundled out of Tokyo 2020 third round
Japan's great hope for tennis gold Naomi Osaka was beaten on Tuesday in the third round of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics tournament, saying she had not known how to cope with the pressure of the occasion.
Scenes from a brutal battle in Ethiopia
Burned out vehicles, unburied bodies, family photographs: This is what was left behind after a battle in the northern village of Tigray
EnvironmentThai national park awarded UNESCO heritage status amid human rights concerns
The granting of UNESCO World Heritage Site status to a Thai national park is a "big gift", Thailand's environment minister said, after warnings from U.N. human rights experts that Thai authorities are forcing indigenous people to leave the area.