The United States has long opposed China's expansive territorial claims in the South China Sea and has sent warships regularly through the strategic waterway.
- by Brenda Goh
The Chinese-owned social media app, popular with teens, has become a political issue in the US-China trade war.
- by Eric Beech
The Australian Prime Minister, who spoke to President Joko Widodo on Thursday evening, says the large gap in detecting cases was the same in Papua New Guinea .
- by James Massola and Karuni Rompies
Media tycoon Jimmy Lai was renowned for publishing paparazzi-style stories.Then 200 Hong Kong police egged on by the Chinese Communist Party raided his Apple Daily newsroom.
- by Eryk Bagshaw
"The oxygen is getting thin, and we are all choking but ... keep resisting and keep fighting for our rule of law and freedom," the bailed media tycoon said.
- by Yanni Chow
The proposed visit deepens a rift between Beijing and politicians in the Czech Republic that was once seen as the most China-friendly in Europe.
- by Lenka Ponikelska
The world's biggest electronics manufacturer says rising trade tensions between the US and China are leading to big changes to how it does business.
- by Debby Wu
Surface testing is under way in an Auckland cool store where a man from an infected family-of-four worked. It is believed a further four people who had contact with the family are now infected.
- by Praveen Menon
The Australian head of the world's largest business organisation says appetite among world leaders to solve problems together has "all but evaporated".
- by Bevan Shields
US Health Secretary Alex Azar accused Moscow of withholding trial data and not being transparent.
- by Eryk Bagshaw
The pandemic could be the last straw for global supply chains. Australia has more at stake than most.
- by Stephen Bartholomeusz