BEIJING The United States needs to brush up on its history about the South China Sea, as World War Two-related agreements mandated that all Chinese territories taken by Japan had to be returned to China, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said in Australia.
The United States’ relationship with China was strained during the Obama administration, with sharp differences over economic and trade issues, cyberattacks and Beijing’s assertive maneuvers in the South China Sea.
BEIRUT, Lebanon — The Syrian government has executed 5,000 to 13,000 people in mass hangings in just one of its many prisons since the start of the six-year-old uprising against President
Denis Shapovalov says he would have struggled to forgive himself if umpire Arnaud Gabas had been seriously injured by the ball he accidentally struck him with on Sunday.
JERUSALEM — Israel’s Parliament passed a provocative law late Monday that would retroactively legalize Jewish settlements on privately owned
An important northern Syrian city held by the Islamic State, the group’s last major outpost in the region, was practically surrounded Monday by pro-government and insurgent forces squeezing it from different directions, according to rebels and the state-run Syrian news media.
Great Britain’s Fed Cup team begin their 2017 campaign on Wednesday and new captain Anne Keothavong sees no reason why they cannot emulate the exploits of the nation’s Davis Cup stars.
Danny Willett believes he is now better equipped to cope with the expectation and pressures of being a major champion.