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· Protest or dangerous subversion: what China’s proposed national security laws mean for Hong Kong →
It is also possible, but not a given, that these laws may give China's Ministry of Public Security, which is China's main police and security agency, the right to set up offices in Hong Kong.
· One country, one system →
Last week, China's National People's Congress (NPC) voted to enact a controversial national security law in Hong Kong.
· Backlash against Trump exiting WHO as world virus cases top six million →
Trump initially suspended funding to the WHO last month, accusing it of not doing enough to curb the early spread of the virus and being too lenient with China, where Covid-19 emerged late last year.
· Coronavirus data points for the week ending May 30: 100,000 deaths milestone, cases spiking in Arizona →
Regarding the World Health Organization virus-tracing investigation, Gao said that China is willing to cooperate with all countries globally under the WHO framework.
The New York Times
· China and India Brawl at 14,000 Feet Along the Border →
As China projects its power across Asia, and along the disputed India-China border in the Himalayas, India is feeling surrounded.
The China Post
· Greece clarifies policy, to allow tourists from all nations →
The 29 countries announced Friday are: Albania, Australia, Austria, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Estonia, Japan, Israel, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lebanon, New Zealand, Lithuania, Malta, Montenegro, Norway, South Korea, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic and Finland.
· Hong Kong officials say Trump 'completely wrong' to end city's special status →
Hong Kong officials lashed out on Saturday at moves by U.S. President Donald Trump to strip the city of its special status in a bid to punish China for imposing national security laws on the global financial hub.
· SpaceX launch: Nasa astronauts shot into space in historic mission →
And it is the first time that humans have been sent into space by a private company, a feat only previous achieved by the space agencies of the US, Russia and China.
· Backlash against Trump exiting WHO as virus grips Latin America →
Trump initially suspended funding to the WHO last month, accusing it of not doing enough to curb the early spread of the virus and being too lenient with China, where COVID-19 emerged late last year.
· SpaceX rocket blasts off on historic private crewed flight →
With the on-time 3:22 p.m. liftoff, SpaceX, founded by Musk, the Tesla electric-car visionary, became the first private company to launch people toward/into orbit, a feat achieved previously by only three governments: the U.S., Russia and China.