State TV Censors IPC President’s Anti-War Speech

China’s Xi gives his stance on Ukraine and Russia. His comments follow France and Germany’s urging China to push for peace talks between the warring countries. And amid sweeping sanctions, Germany says it can’t stop buying energy from Russia.

Appeals for peace are seemingly unwelcome in China, even when they come from major international organizations, while two world-level soccer events appear censored in China over similar reasons.

The United States arrests a military contractor for allegedly sending technology to China. His company is known for supplying weapons-grade parts.

In a hit to Beijing’s zero-case policy, more than two-thirds of China’s provinces and municipalities have reported COVID-19 cases this month.

Major U.S. credit card companies are exiting Russia. How will their departure impact Russia’s economy?

The United Nations human rights chief is headed to China in May, with a stop in Xinjiang. It’s set to mark the first visit from a top U.N. rights official in years.

A court rules the UK must pay billions of dollars in penalties to the European Union. The case ties back to fraud imports from China.

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