Saturday, 2nd March 2024
To guardian.ng
Search

US, China clash over international fentanyl coalition

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has told some 80 countries that the drug fentanyl is likely to spread further than the US. Washington at least partly blames China, which did not attend the meeting.

0 Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related

2 days ago
Berlin hopes the bid to halt US troop withdrawals will buy time for talks with Washington — or lead to the plans being scrapped altogether. President Donald Trump's plans would see 12,000 troops pulled from Germany.
2 days ago
The Olympic athletes' village is being inaugurated in Paris's Seine-Saint-Denis department. Finally, we look at February 29, a day with a surprising history and unusual customs!
1 day ago
Tens of thousands have been killed, millions displaced and cities destroyed. Two years on from Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, how has the country changed? And what does the future hold?
1 day ago
A weakening economy and increasing political repression are forcing ever more Chinese people to emigrate. Spurred by TikTok, many are seeking more sustainable conditions in the United States
1 day ago
Israel's ambassador to Germany, Ron Prosor, has told DW Israel will ensure that the infrastructure of the Hamas militant group — which Germany, the EU, the United States and other nations regard as a terrorist organization — is destroyed.
1 day ago
Election will see candidates compete for a seat in the 290-member parliament. New members of Iran's Assembly of Experts will also be elected.