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FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES
Posted 10 hours ago

The case, involving multiple swimmers who seven months later won medals at the 2021 Games, prompted accusations of a cover-up and concerns over why antidoping regulators chose not to intervene.

FROM NEW YORK TIMES
Posted 13 hours ago

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and his counterparts, who met on the Italian island of Capri, welcomed signs that tensions between Iran and Israel might not worsen.

FROM SWIMMING WORLD
Posted 14 hours ago

Chinese swimmers won six medals at the Tokyo Olympics, but those results could change after positive doping tests.

FROM FOX NEWS ON MSN
Posted 14 hours ago

Chinese hackers who have gained access to critical American infrastructure systems plan to "wreak havoc" on them with the intention of inducing "panic," the FBI director said this week.

FROM NEW YORK TIMES
Posted 14 hours ago

Apple said it removed WhatsApp and Threads from its China app offerings Friday on Beijing’s orders, amid technological tensions between the U.S. and China.

FROM THE GUARDIAN
Posted 17 hours ago

Volt Typhoon hacking campaign is waiting ‘for just the right moment to deal a devastating blow’, says Christopher Wray
Chinese government-linked hackers have burrowed into US critical infrastructure and are waiting “for just the right moment to deal a devastating blow”, the director of the , Christopher Wray, has warned.
An ongoing Chinese hacking campaign known as Volt Typhoon has successfully gained access to numerous American companies in telecommunications, energy, water and other critical sectors, with 23 pipeline operators targeted, Wray said in a speech at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday.

FROM SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE ON MSN
Posted 18 hours ago

The announcement that San Francisco is getting giant pandas is a dream come true for the city — and a dream of its late mayor, Ed Lee. Lee, San Francisco’s first Asian American mayor, saw his historic ...

FROM THE GUARDIAN
Posted 19 hours ago

Organisers have revoked He Jie’s first place in the Beijing half marathon last weekend after an investigation confirmed that three other runners had slowed down . All four were disqualified and had to return their medals and prize money.
Online users in China had shared the video from the final moments of Sunday’s race out of suspicion that it had been rigged. The footage showed three African runners letting He, China’s top long-distance runner, move ahead of them shortly before they were about to reach the finish line.

FROM BING
Posted 19 hours ago

Judge Biju J. Koshy was appointed to the top administrative post in Richmond County Criminal Court, overseeing its operations.

FROM ASAMNEWS ON MSN
Posted 19 hours ago

On Friday, lawyers representing four Chinese immigrants appeared in front of the U.S Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit to argue that a Florida law that bans many Chinese immigrants from buying a ...

FROM THE GUARDIAN
Posted 21 hours ago

The Sauber driver has had a long wait to race on home soil and expectations are off the charts in Shanghai
There has been no little wait for the home crowd and their local hero Zhou Guanyu but what a moment it will be when, finally, this weekend he becomes the first Chinese driver to compete at the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai. Already the star of a ­documentary, the only driver from China to compete in an F1 race is the main draw for a meeting that sold out in minutes.
This race has not been held since 2019 because of the pandemic and while the 24-year-old Zhou made his F1 debut in 2022, with the Alfa Romeo (now Sauber) team, he has had to wait till his third season to race on a track in the city where he was born and where he has never before competed in a single-seater.

FROM NEWSWEEK
Posted 22 hours ago

For decades, the People's Republic of China gifted pandas to countries in its good graces. Two were famously sent to former U.S. President Richard Nixon by Chairman Mao Zedong in 1972 following ...

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