Millions tested as China battles Delta outbreak
China has confined the residents of entire cities to their homes, cut domestic transport links and rolled out mass testing in recent days as it battles its largest coronavirus outbreak in months.
China floods: Officials put death toll at 302
The death toll from recent floods in the central Henan province rose to 302 as of Monday — triple the figure that was reported last week.
Typhoon In-fa hits China's eastern coast
Typhoon In-fa has made landfall near Shanghai, where authorities canceled hundreds of flights and warned residents to remain indoors.
China flood disaster: Passersby harass German reporter
Foreign journalists reporting on the flood disaster in China have been hindered in their work by normal citizens who feel the reporters are presenting a distorted picture of the country.
US decries harassment of foreign journalists in China
State Department spokesperson Ned Price said the US is worried about the harassment and intimidation of foreign correspondents reporting on the floods in China.
China jails billionaire for 18 years for 'provoking trouble'
Sun Dawu, a farming magnate and a vocal government critic, was embroiled in a land dispute with a state-run competitor. His legal team argued the trial was unfair owing to the length of the hearing and its secrecy.
Coronavirus: China slams WHO's 'arrogance' over lab audit plan
The Chinese government has reacted furiously to WHO's proposal to audit the country's labs, branding it as "arrogance towards science."
Drone images: Highway flooded, cars piled up in central China
Drone images show a pile of vehicles swept away by floods, blocking a highway in central China's Zhengzhou. Torrential rains hit the city, leading to at least 25 deaths and millions of dollars in damages.