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Wang Yi Hails China’s Diplomatic Work In 2021, Says New Chapters Written

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Thursday said China’s diplomacy has forged ahead amid a complex and fluid international landscape, writing new chapters of major-country diplomacy with distinctive Chinese features.

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Afghan Ex-President Ghani Defends Decision To Flee The Country

Afghanistan’s former President Ashraf Ghani has said he had no choice but to abruptly leave Kabul as the Taliban closed in and denied an agreement was in the works for a peaceful takeover, disputing the accounts of former Afghans and US officials.


Hong Kong Court Denies Bail To Former Stand News Editors Charged With Sedition

A Hong Kong court denied bail to two former senior editors charged with conspiring to publish seditious materials a day after police raided the Stand News pro-democracy media organization, prompting its closure.

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All schools Told To Reopen January 3 Despite Low Vax Rate

The education ministry says all public primary and secondary schools are to officially reopen for face-to-face learning on Monday, January 3, but it is unclear whether the minimum 65 percent vaccination coverage for secondary schools, remains a requirement for face-to-face classes.

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