By Laurel Chor
Last year Wong was denied entry into Malaysia, where he was supposed to speak about democracy.
European Parliament has approved the ratification of the first ever legally-binding worldwide climate deal.
The hack of the Tesla Model S comes as concern grows among the automotive industry that, as cars become ever more connected, the threats from hackers is increasing
Kim Jong-un’s regime has repeatedly made a mockery of international sanctions designed to stop the country’s development of nuclear weapons.
President Rodrigo Duterte went on a tirade after UN officials expressed concern about hundreds of extrajudicial killings that have occurred since he took office.
Thee rocket launchers are now close enough to hit targets on Chinese-controlled islands in the disputed area, according to the military officers and diplomats who spoke to Reuters.
The amount of undeclared or suspected criminal proceeds seized from Chinese travelers in Canada has more than doubled since 2013. Now, it represents 30 percent of all suspect money seized by Canadian authorities at airports.
One activist associated with a law firm that specialized in human rights cases got a suspended jail sentence, and a prominent lawyer from the company was released on bail.
By VICE News
The chief political correspondent for the American division of CCTV, China's main state-run TV network, speaks about state censorship, the Chinese disdain for Hillary Clinton, and their take on Donald Trump.
Pyongyang appeared to express its displeasure over a US plan to install an advanced missile defense system in South Korea by launching three missiles into the sea.
A court at The Hague rules China has no historic jurisdiction over the disputed waters that are home to major shipping routes, natural resources, and vital fishing grounds.
Police said the shipments of the fentanyl precursor were discovered in four cardboard barrels by Canadian border guards at the Edmonton International Airport. They had been shipped from somewhere in China.
By VICE News
A ban was imposed on June 6 after American personnel were implicated in a series of crimes and other incidents, heightening existing tension over the US military's ongoing presence in the country.
By Alberto Riva
The Comac ARJ-21 is a point of pride for the country that painstakingly made it. But it's nowhere near a challenge for the Western companies that dominate civil aviation.
By Ruby Samuels
A rare and unexpected tornado blew across China's eastern Jiangsu province on Thursday afternoon, flattening entire villages and killing nearly 100 people.
Canadian border guards intercepted more than a kilogram of the highly-potent opiate in the past month, as an epidemic as killed scores in recent years.
The Chinese observation ship shadowed the US aircraft carrier John C. Stennis in the Western Pacific on Wednesday as it joined warships from Japan and India for drills close to waters Beijing considers its backyard.