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Pompeo declares China's policies on Muslims amount to 'genocide'

Pompeo declares China's policies on Muslims amount to 'genocide'

Many of those accused of having taken part in the ethnic repression are already under US sanctions but the “genocide” designation means new measures will be easier to impose.

  • by Matthew Lee

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'Caught in a political war': First sailors set free after months stuck at sea

'Caught in a political war': First sailors set free after months stuck at sea

But scores of others remain stranded in the multibillion-dollar trade dispute between Australia and China.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
Australia's diplomatic divorce with China is getting more expensive
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Australia's diplomatic divorce with China is getting more expensive

Recent Australian government attempts to seek retribution against China's trade bans and restrictions are looking increasingly like own goals.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
Huawei had plane waiting to whisk away financial officer under house arrest

Huawei had plane waiting to whisk away financial officer under house arrest

Before the ruling was announced, Huawei chartered a 777 Boeing from China Southern Airlines ready to take Meng back to China, should the decision on double criminality come down in her favour.

  • by Moira Warburton
The secret plan for countering China: Trump should have followed his own strategy

The secret plan for countering China: Trump should have followed his own strategy

A highly sensitive document outlining the United States' strategy for the Indo-Pacific represented a strong blueprint for the region but Donald Trump never followed it.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Taiwan's new passport hopes to banish confusion with China

Taiwan's new passport hopes to banish confusion with China

The new passport enlarges the word "Taiwan" in English and removes "Republic of China".

  • by Yimou Lee and Anne Wang
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US lifts 'self-imposed restrictions' on Taiwan

US lifts 'self-imposed restrictions' on Taiwan

The move is likely to anger China and increase tensions between Beijing and Washington in the waning days of President Donald Trump's presidency.

  • by Idrees Ali
China accused of 'deliberately misleading the world' over Hong Kong

China accused of 'deliberately misleading the world' over Hong Kong

Democracies around the world have criticised China after Hong Kong police rounded up more than 50 prominent pro-democracy campaigners and accused them of trying to overthrow the government.

  • by Latika Bourke
'Grave humanitarian situation': Stranded sailors drag India into Australia-China coal spat

'Grave humanitarian situation': Stranded sailors drag India into Australia-China coal spat

India has become embroiled in Australia's trade dispute with China as dozens of sailors remain trapped on ships full of Australian coal off China's coast.

  • by Nick Bonyhady and Anthony Galloway
Mystery surrounds the whereabouts of Alibaba founder Jack Ma

Mystery surrounds the whereabouts of Alibaba founder Jack Ma

Billionaire Ant Group co-founder Jack Ma hasn't been seen in public since Chinese regulators torpedoed Ant Group's $US35 billion IPO.

  • by Edwin Chan
Flexibility is necessary, but not at the workers’ expense
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Flexibility is necessary, but not at the workers’ expense

Age readers discuss growing inequality and insecure employment.