Alahednews Alahednews Chinese Envoy to ME: China Believes US Should Abandon Sanctions on Iran The United States must abandon its policy of unilateral sanctions and pressure on Iran. China, US Agree to Roll Back Tariffs on Each Other’s Goods in Phases China’s Commerce Ministry said on Thursday that an agreement has been reached with the United States. Despite US Crackdown on Huawei, People Continue to Buy Its Products Huawei Chief said people continue to buy its products despite US crackdown. Any Attempt to Divide China Will End in ‘Shattered Bones’ - Xi Warns ’Any attempt to split China in any part of the country will end in crushed bodies and shattered bones,’ Xi told Nepal’s PM. Taiwan Rejects «One Country, Two Systems» Offer, Citing Hong Kong Protests Under “one country, two systems,” Hong Kong had retained an independent judiciary system. Hong Kong Chief Warns Military Could Step In if Situation «Becomes Bad» Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam warned that the Chinese military could step in if the ongoing protests in the city continue. Hong Kong Crisis: Trains Suspended, Appeals to Public after Rioting All subway and train services were suspended as Hong Kong braced for more protests. Trump Promised Chinese President to Stay Quiet on Hong Kong Protests As Long As Trade Talks Progressed - Report Trump offered a muted response to the months-long protests that have rocked Hong Kong since June, whith his trade war with China being the reason. Urgent Evacuation Taking Place at Hong Kong Parliament Amid Protests The Hong Kong parliament, the Legislative Council, has announced urgent evacuation of its staff amid ongoing rallies. Communist China Celebrates 70th Birthday amid Hong Kong Unrest Xi Jinping opened celebrations on Tuesday to mark 70 years of Communist rule. Intense Hong Kong Clashes Ahead of China’s 70th Anniversary Clashes broke out between protesters and riot police in Hong Kong ahead of China’s 70th anniversary. New Huawei Smartphones Use Its Own Browser & Apps Huawei Browser replaced Google Chrome as a tool for web surfing. Hong Kong Crisis: Public Dialogue as Protests Persist Hong Kong pledged to start the public dialogue on social issues. Hong Kong Protesters Gather in Renewed Protest as Night Falls The crowds in Hong Kong are expected to swell into the night to braces for weekend demonstrations. Hong Kong Leader to Announce Withdrawal of Extradition Bill Lam will announce Wednesday the formal withdrawal of an extradition bill that triggered months of unrest. China: Eight Children Killed In Knife Attack at Primary School A 40-year-old man was detained after eight children were stabbed to death in a knife attack at a primary school in central China. Huawei Eyes Participation in Building First-Ever Undersea Cable Huawei eyes participation in building first-ever undersea cable between South America and China. Chinese Military Vows ’New’ Contributions to Stability in Hong Kong The Chinese military will make ’new’ contributions to maintaining Hong Kong prosperity and stability. China Denies US Navy Request for Port Visit China has rejected a request from the US Navy for a warship to make port in Qingdao. China Blames Canada for Difficulties in Relationship, Demands Huawei Executive Be Freed China’s embassy in Canada said that bilateral ties were suffering “gross difficulties,” and demanded Ottawa free Huawei executive. Report: China’s Energy Giant Backs Out of Venezuela Oil Deal China’s energy giant backs out of Venezuela oil deal in wake of ramped up US sanctions. China Floods: Death Toll Rises to 44 As Typhoon Lekima Wreaks Havoc in East The death toll from typhoon Lekima in eastern China rose to 44 people. US-China Currency War: Wall St Stocks Fall Wall Street’s major indexes posted their biggest percentage drop of the year. Trade War Thumps Global Stocks with US Tariff Move on China Equity trading screens were awash in red on Friday after US President Donald Trump stunned investors by slapping new tariffs on China. Police Fire Tear Gas in Clash with Hong Kong Protesters over Banned March Police fired tear gas during clashes in a rural Hong Kong town with protesters who demonstrated over a banned march.