US vice president-elect Mike Pence on Sunday brushed off the uproar surrounding Donald Trump's telephone conversation with the president of Taiwan, describing it as only a "courtesy call."
An explosion has killed at least 17 workers at a coal mine in northern China and 10 miners remain trapped, state media reported on Saturday.
China's most hawkish state-run tabloid denounced the phone call between Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and US president-elect Donald Trump as a "petty gesture," in a typically blistering online...
Construction has begun on the world's first full-size replica of the Titanic in China, a country that fell in love with the 1997 blockbuster movie about the doomed ocean liner.
Four more lawmakers may be unseated from the city's legislature, as the government confirmed Friday it will launch a second legal challenge against pro-democractic legislators.
China's top court on Friday denounced and revoked the conviction of a man executed for rape and murder 21 years ago, saying the original decision was made "without a shred of evidence".
Eighteen people died when a bus plunged off a road and into a lake near the city of Ezhou in central China, state media reported on Friday.
Twenty-two miners were trapped after a fire at a mine in north-eastern China, state media reported Wednesday.
Croatian Parliament Speaker Bozo Petrov on Tuesday received the ambassadors of Ukraine, Hungary and China with whom he discussed bilateral relations, and the strengthening of both political and...
China's top online travel agency Ctrip is planning to acquire British flight comparison website Skyscanner, the companies said on Thursday.
The death toll in a construction accident in eastern China has risen to 67, regional newspaper Jiangxi Xinwen reported Thursday.
Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik said on Sunday the Bosnian Serb entity and his Alliance of Independent Social Democrats (SNSD) party would step up relations with the Chinese Communist...
China's longest manned space flight returned to earth on Friday after more than a month in orbit, local media reported.
Two controversial advocates of Hong Kong's independence from China have been barred from taking their place on the city's legislature by the courts, reports said on Tuesday.
A gang of criminals trafficked 150 women from China to Austria where they forced their victims to work as prostitutes, Austrian police said Monday after detaining six Chinese suspects.