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# China

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
China conducting joint military drills with Russia along its southern coast
This month
July 2024
Italian customs seize €630m worth of MDMA 'precursor' from China
This year
Biden calls a number of Asian countries 'xenophobic', including allies Japan and India
Death toll rises to 48 following motorway collapse in southern China
Macron warns 'mortal' Europe faces existential threat from Russian aggression
Debunked: ‘Ireland will change forever’ conspiracy meme is contradictory and nonsensical
Former US treasury secretary under Donald Trump putting together bid to buy TikTok
US lawmakers pass bill to ban TikTok nationwide if Chinese owners don't sell the app
Israel slams South Africa's new request for UN court orders as Gazans face 'catastrophic' hunger
China has called the humanitarian crisis a “disgrace for civilisation”.
Yesterday, Tánaiste Micheál Martin said this was the worst humanitarian crisis he has ever seen.
The health ministry in Gaza has said 20 people have died of malnutrition and dehydration, at least half of them children.
Australian democracy blogger will not appeal suspended China death sentence
Rafah crisis: Simon Coveney accuses Israel of 'behaving like a rogue state'
Coveney was speaking as the international outcry over Israel’s planned offensive in Rafah grows.
At least 50 injured in major earthquake on China-Kyrgyzstan border
Landslide in mountainous south-western China buries 47 people and forces evacuation of 200 others
Eight killed in eastern China factory explosion
Houthi rebels launch attack on US ship in Red Sea despite continued strikes
Irish beef exports to China to resume after suspension last November over atypical BSE case
China’s premier Li Qiang is in Dublin for a brief diplomatic visit.
Taiwan elects Lai Ching-te, who rejects China's claims over Taiwan, as president
Phoenix Park to close for 24 hours to facilitate visit of Chinese premier next week
Chinese premier to meet with Taoiseach during visit to Ireland next week
Tesla recalling 1.6 million cars in China to fix steering software
Last year
At least 127 dead after earthquake in northwest China
Operators of UK nuclear plant denies reports its IT networks have been attacked by cyber groups
World could breach 1.5C warming threshold in the next seven years, study warns
Explainer: China, the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter
Dr Catherine Conlon: Respiratory illness clusters in China - what is it and what are the risks?
Dr Catherine Conlon
WHO makes official request to China for information on rise in illnesses and pneumonia clusters
Ireland “a victim of Russian disinformation”, experts on Ukraine war say
Biden and Xi agree to restore military communications despite 'dictator' comment
Biden says goal of meeting with Xi Jinping is to improve US-China communications
Dr Catherine Conlon: Where does BSE come from and what are the risks?
Dr Catherine Conlon
Martin hopes China beef exports can resume in 'matter of months' after pause over Atypical BSE case
Beef exports to China suspended after case of Atypical BSE discovered in Irish cow
Tánaiste asks China to use influence on Russia to end Ukraine invasion
Tough balancing act for Martin's China trip after strongly critical speech earlier this year
Former Chinese premier Li Keqiang dies aged 68 following heart attack
Xi and Putin to deepen decade-long friendship at Beijing summit
Syria's Assad visits China in first official trip in decades to seek funds
Putin accepts invitation to visit China in October
Apple to update iPhone 12 in France over radiation concerns from regulators
Westminster’s alleged Chinese spy says he is ‘completely innocent’