In a blow to China’s #CyberSpying network, Microsoft shut down 42 websites from a Chinese hacker group on Monday. The websites run in nearly 30 countries, including the United States.
The United States won’t send officials to the Beijing Winter Olympics. Are the United States’ key allies following suit?
Beijing thought the European Union would lift its sanctions on blacklisted human rights abusers, but Brussels proves them wrong.
The Chinese Communist Party claims China is also a democracy, called “Chinese style democracy.” At the same time, it launched a campaign to discredit the U.S. democracy.
Is there any direct election in China? The communist regime says yes, but not every resident agrees.
01:00 Microsoft seizes 42 sites from Chinese hacking group
02:11 Allies follow U.S. boycott of Beijing Olympics
03:51 European Union extends sanctions on China
05:24 China: dictatorship is a tool to achieve democracy
07:28 Locals: bribery, corruption ripe in China election
09:45 China: officers guard voting station with rifles
10:49 Political candidates’ homes destroyed in Beijing
13:33 Homeowners drive officials away with fire and axe
14:45 Int’l tennis federation not suspending China events
16:33 Unrest in the Solomon Islands: explained
22:04 UK lords call for result of chipmaker takeover