People in the Chinese city of Guangzhou clashed with riot police in hazmat suits on Tuesday night as authorities investigated more of those who have taken part in a string of protests against the world's toughest COVID-19 restrictions.
- WorldNATO seeks to shore up Russia's neighbours as Moscow attacks Ukraine on multiple fronts
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Russian forces were trying to advance in the northeast and east and "planning something" in the south, while NATO sought on Wednesday to reassure other countries that fear destabilisation from Moscow.
- WorldRussian and Chinese strategic bombers conduct joint patrols in Asia
Russian and Chinese strategic warplanes, including Tupolev-95 long-range "Bear" bombers, conducted joint patrols over the Sea of Japan and East China Sea, the Russian defence ministry said on Wednesday.
- U.S. defeat Iran in World Cup match overshadowed by political tensionSoccer ·
November 30, 2022 · 12:56 AM UTC
The United States triumphed on the pitch over longtime political adversary Iran on Tuesday in a World Cup match overshadowed by protests raging in Iran and laced with decades of tension between the two countries.
- Venezuelan oil exports flow using false documents, ships linked to IranINSIGHT ·
November 30, 2022 · 1:01 PM UTC
When the supertanker Young Yong sailed to the Chinese port of Qingdao in September last year, it had quality certificates for its cargo stating it was transporting Malaysian crude oil, according to the documents reviewed by Reuters.