A nurse at a government protest in Hong Kong with one eye covered in honor of a protester who may lose an eye after being shot with a beanbag. Photo: Manan Vatsyayana / AFP / Getty Images

“Eye for an Eye”: Protests in Hong Kong Use Image of Police Injured Woman

Two months after the political crisis in Hong Kong, the faceless, leaderless protest movement found a

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Crystal Liu as Mulan. The actor said he supported Hong Kong police on Chinese social media. Photograph: Lifestyle pictures / Alamy Stock Photo

Mulan star backs Hong Kong police and raises criticism and boycotts of film

Disney's Mulan live action remake faces boycott requests after its star expressed support

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Employees work on a production line within a factory that exports cameras used on mobile phones in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, on 18 October 2013. Photo: REUTERS / Stringer / File Photo

China wants to attract more high-tech manufacturers

China will push to attract more high-tech manufacturers to settle in the world's second largest economy, China said.

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NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg gives a news conference on the day the United States will withdraw the Intermediate Nuclear Force (INF) Treaty in Brussels, Belgium on 2 August 2019. Photo: REUTERS / Francois Walschaerts

NATO needs to face China's rise, says Stoltenberg

NATO needs to understand the implications of China's rise as Beijing expands its power throughout the world.

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A worker pushing a cart walks with pedestrians in front of the Central Bank of Australia (RBA) headquarters in central Sydney, Australia on 7 March 2017. Photo: REUTERS / David Gray / Photo Archive

Asian central banks signal growth concerns with startling rate cuts

Asian central banks signaled major concerns on Wednesday about prospects for economic growth, surprising markets with

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