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China Calls for Calm in the Red Sea as Oil, Shipping Prices Steadily Edge Higher

The Chinese Foreign Ministry issued a new appeal for calm in the Red Sea on Tuesday but made no mention of reports as to whether or not Beijing spoke with officials in Iran to rein in Houthi militants attacking cargo ships. ...

Chinese Telecom Fraud Suspects in Myanmar Discover Even Amid an Insurgency They Can Still Get Caught

Chinese security officials are celebrating the apprehension of ten "major suspects" accused of large-scale telecom fraud who were captured in Myanmar and forcibly repatriated this week. The group arrived in the southern Chinese city of Kunming on Tuesday aboard a jet chartered ...

Vietnam, Philippines Sign Coast Guard Pact That is Sure to Anger China

Vietnam and the Philippines pledged to work more closely together on maritime security issues in the South China Sea as part of a broader effort to push back against China's assertive territorial claims in the region. Visiting Philippine President ...

ChinaMed Observer: Wang Yi’s First Trip of 2024 According to the Egyptian and Tunisian Press

By Mariateresa Natuzzi In this issue of the ChinaMed Observer, we take stock of Tunisian and Egyptian press coverage of Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi’s recent trip to Cairo and Tunis. These visits were the inaugural stops of the ...