Multiple European nations have rejected Chinese medical supplies for being faulty or otherwise inadequate since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
The president said Thursday that he is considering a range of options to punish China for the coronavirus pandemic, which his administration has blamed on Beijing.
Nitin Gadkari, India's minister of road transport and highways, provided no evidence to support the theory, which has been largely rejected by experts worldwide.
China has condemned legislation proposed and lawsuits filed against Beijing seeking damages for the deaths and economic distress caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
James Jeffrey said that the U.S. must stay the course in Syria and that it was not the same kind of large-scale, costly deployment as Afghanistan or Vietnam.
The U.S. has called for Taiwan to be invited to the coming World Health Assembly as an observer, a move that goes against Beijing's "One China" policy.
Kushner had previously insinuated to Time that November's vote may be rescheduled if the pandemic has not been brought under control.
Few world leaders have been as dismissive of the coronavirus pandemic as Bolsonaro, but this has not stopped it from taking hold in Latin America's powerhouse.
Two state-backed newspapers claimed—with no evidence—that the pandemic may be linked to biological weapons projects at Fort Detrick, where research was put on hold last year.
German opposition lawmakers have called on the chancellor to prioritize human rights and transparency when President Xi Jinping comes to Europe in September.
The accidental missile strike killed at least 19 sailors and injured another 15, according to state media reports.
The new U.S. rules introduced last week are the latest development in a Chinese-American spat over press freedoms.
The censored passage referred to the "outbreak of the coronavirus in China, and its subsequent spread to the rest of the world over the past three months."
Zhang Ming argued that EU-China diplomatic and economic ties are even more important given the turmoil wrought by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Kremlin is grappling with the coronavirus pandemic—which Putin claimed was under control in March—and the economic dislocation of national lockdown.
Ambassador Chen Xu told reporters Wednesday that politicization of the pandemic is "absurd and ridiculous."
Balkan leaders have praised China and Russia for sending medical supplies to help the COVID-19 pandemic, but EU leaders are also providing funds and encouraging closer ties.
The honor was in recognition of Kim's "major personal contribution" to commemorating Soviet citizens who died liberating the Korean peninsula at the end of the war.
Pompeo and President Donald Trump say they are confident that COVID-19 came from a Wuhan research lab, but are yet to produce evidence supporting the assertion.
Beijing has so far rejected calls for an international investigation into the origin of the pandemic amid suggestions that it may have been caused by an accident at a Wuhan virology lab.
Esper said that nations including China and Russia "will try to use the pandemic as a way to invest in critical industry and infrastructure" in Europe.
The secretary of state said Sunday he had seen "enormous evidence" indicating that the COVID-19 virus came from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
The French Institute of International Relations said Beijing is tailoring its outreach to individual European nations as Beijing wages its PR campaign amid the pandemic.
Kim has not been seen in public since April 11, prompting speculation that he may be dead or otherwise incapacitated, or that he is trying to avoid the coronavirus pandemic.
EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that full transparency and international cooperation are needed to prevent a repeat of the pandemic.
Putin self-isolated early in the outbreak and has delegated key responsibilities while the number of infections in the country has started to spike.
The president said Thursday that China "will do anything they can to have me lose this race" to former Vice President Joe Biden.
The Anglo-Dutch energy giant said its Q1 net income had fallen by 46 percent as the industry grapples with a fall in oil demand driven by the coronavirus pandemic.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said in March that the coronavirus outbreak was under control, but the number of infections is now accelerating rapidly.