The research looked at the health consequences of unsafe water and sanitation for children in 16 countries undergoing conflict, including Myanmar, Afghanistan and Yemen.
The eight-month trade war between the world's two largest economies has raised costs, roiled financial markets, shrunk U.S. farm exports and disrupted manufacturing supply chains.
Ren Zhengfei, who is CFO Meng Wanzhou's father, also told Canada's CTV that the two had become closer since she was detained in Vancouver on Dec. 1 last year.
The United States under President Donald Trump has been looking to sell more energy products to India, the world’s third-biggest buyer of oil.
Humanitarian groups have criticized the plan to relocate refugees to Bhasan Char, as the island is vulnerable to frequent cyclones, with some saying it may even be inhabitable.
"If we are looking at the Silk Road towards China for our exports, it is not to strike a political deal with China but only to help our companies," Luigi Di Maio said.
Banning the Thai Raksa Chart party just before the general election struck a blow to opposition parties' chances of defeating parties allied to the military junta.
The Financial Times reported on that the U.S. was irritated by the prospect of Italy joining the BRI and warned the project could significantly damage Rome's international image.
Huawei activities were under scrutiny by U.S. authorities who screened company employee devices at airports on a number of occasions since 2014.
Though embalming experts from the Russian lab have taught some techniques to North Korean scientists, they keep the core of the process a secret.
Diplomats and experts say China's defense numbers probably underestimate true military spending for the People's Liberation Army, the world's largest armed forces.
The lawsuit alleges CFO Meng Wanzhou was detained, searched and interrogated for three hours and her right to privacy was violated on several occasions.
Employees at an outsourcing firm in India review posts for nudity, pornography, suicides, beheadings and torture, on low pay and a pressure to meet demanding performance targets.
Despite relief that a bad deal was avoided, concerns remain on what the summit's collapse will mean for future nuclear diplomacy with North Korea.
"Not a single Rohingya has volunteered to return to Rakhine due to the absence of conducive environment there," Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque said.