The minister’s comments underline New Delhi's anger over an attack by a Pakistan-based militant group last week in the disputed region of Kashmir which killed 40.
Sources say Saudi Aramco, the world's top oil exporter, will sign a pact to build a refinery and petrochemical project in Liaoning Province in a joint venture with China's Norinco.
The US Justice Department charged Huawei and its CFO Meng Wanzhou with conspiring to violate US sanctions on Iran by doing business with Tehran through a subsidiary.
The Chinese-born Australian writer has been known to criticize what he describes as Chinese interference in Australia.
McCallum, now back in Canada, said he regrets that his comments on Meng Wanzhou’s extradition case caused confusion.
Huawei is bracing for potential fallout from Western markets as Germany debates whether to follow the US and allies such as Australia in restricting Huawei's market access.
Huawei has a relatively small Canadian operation, but said it has become the 25th largest research and development funder in Canada, thanks to partnerships with universities.
The Canadian prime minister has called several world leaders to share concerns about the case of three Canadians Beijing has detained, while China insists it is “not worried.”
Little progress has been made on the agreement to denuclearize which was made at the first Kim-Trump summit in Singapore last year.
Speculations are being made that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s visit is to show the US that he does have alternative economic and diplomatic options.
Canadian Michael Kovrig is being held in an undisclosed location in China with no contact with family or loved ones and only one consular visit allowed per month.
During his five-day visit to Myanmar, the Indian president has held talks with the State Counselor and President, reiterating India’s support for peace and development in Myanmar
Pakistan joins Myanmar, China, North Korea and other countries which the US sees as having violated religious freedoms or tolerated abuses against religious groups.
Debates have arisen as to whether the former diplomat’s detention was in retaliation to Canada’s arresting of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on the request of the US.
If Canada’s justice minister decides to extradited Meng to the US, she could face up to 30 years in prison for each count of conspiracy to defraud multiple financial institutions