Alahednews Alahednews China Blames Canada for Difficulties in Relationship, Demands Huawei Executive Be Freed China’s embassy in Canada said that bilateral ties were suffering “gross difficulties,” and demanded Ottawa free Huawei executive. Report: China’s Energy Giant Backs Out of Venezuela Oil Deal China’s energy giant backs out of Venezuela oil deal in wake of ramped up US sanctions. China Floods: Death Toll Rises to 44 As Typhoon Lekima Wreaks Havoc in East The death toll from typhoon Lekima in eastern China rose to 44 people. US-China Currency War: Wall St Stocks Fall Wall Street’s major indexes posted their biggest percentage drop of the year. Trade War Thumps Global Stocks with US Tariff Move on China Equity trading screens were awash in red on Friday after US President Donald Trump stunned investors by slapping new tariffs on China. Police Fire Tear Gas in Clash with Hong Kong Protesters over Banned March Police fired tear gas during clashes in a rural Hong Kong town with protesters who demonstrated over a banned march. China to Pump Crude from Asia’s Deepest Oil Well China’s ‘underground Everest’ to pump crude from Asia’s deepest oil well. Huawei to Continue Using Android as It Develops New OS Huawei says it will continue to use android on its smartphones as it develops new OS. China Urges US to ’Correct’ Iran Sanctions China urged Washington Friday to ’correct’ sanctions imposed on Chinese companies. Huawei Calls US for Lifting of Export Restrictions Huawei Chairman reiterated a call on the US to revise its ’unjust and unfair’ decision to add Huawei to a blacklist restricting exports. China to Impose Sanctions on US Arms Firms, Says Washington «Plays With Fire» China aims to impose sanctions on American firms selling arms to Taiwan; saying Washington “plays with fire”. Hong Kong Leader Says China Extradition Bill ’Dead’, Fails to Convince Protesters Carrie Lam said Tuesday that a widely loathed China extradition law that has sparked unprecedented political unrest ’is dead’. China Tells US Must Remove Existing Tariffs If It Wants Trade Deal China said the existing US tariffs against the country must first be removed if Washington wants any trade deal with Beijing. China: Protesters Try To Smash Way Into Hong Kong Legislative Council China’s anti-government protesters smashed windows of Hong Kong’s Legislative Council on Monday. US, China Agree To Restart Trade Negotiations Washington and Beijing agreed to restart trade negotiations and the US will not levy new tariffs on Chinese exports. Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo Join Forces to Protest against Trump’s China Tariffs Three of the biggest game console makers in the world protested against Trump’s tariffs on China. China Stops All Meat Imports from Canada amid Strained Bilateral Ties China has stopped importing meat from Canada amid strained bilateral ties. China’s Xi to Attend RIC Talks at G20 Summit in Osaka President Xi Jinping to Attend Russia-India-China Talks at G20 Summit in Osaka. Huawei Seeks More Than $1 billion from Verizon for Over 230 Patents Huawei told Verizon it should pay licensing fees for more than 230 patents, seeking more than $1 billion. Huawei to Ship Devices with Its New OS in October Huawei to ship devices with its new OS in October, but not the Mate 30. Huawei Signs Deal to Develop 5G in Russia Huawei signs deal to develop 5G in Russia amid US crackdown. Chinese Submarine Test-fires Next-gen Ballistic Missile A Chinese next-generation submarine-launched ballistic missile [JL-3] was reportedly successfully test-fired on Sunday. Trade War: US Raises Tariffs, China Retaliates The world’s two largest economies increased tariffs on billions worth of each other’s goods. China Snubs US As Pentagon Rallies Asian Allies Against ‘Chinese Threat’ Beijing has warned the US not to underestimate its resolve to protect its sovereignty. China Hopes Canada Understands Consequences of Siding with US China hopes Canada understands the consequences of siding with the US and doing its bidding.