Osamu Nagayama's fall comes amid criticism that the conglomerate colluded with government officials against overseas investors.
Henan provincial and Shangqiu city authorities have gone to the scene to start an investigation. Authorities have yet to release details on the victims.
Researchers from Britain's University of Kent used methods from conservation science to estimate that SARS-CoV-2 first appeared from early October to mid-November 2019, and it had probably already spread globally by January 2020, they estimated.
Hong Kong’s sole remaining anti-Bejing newspaper is publishing its last edition, forced to shut down after five editors and executives were arrested and millions of dollars in its assets were frozen as part of China's crackdown on dissent.
A national security law, which was penned in Beijing and imposed on Hong Kong last year after huge protests, allows for cases to be tried by three specially selected judges instead of a jury.
Apple Daily, the embattled anti-Beijing newspaper, has asked authorities to unfreeze some of its assets so it can pay salaries and avoid labour violations, and that its board will meet on Friday to decide if the newspaper will cease operations.
The US shipment comes at a time when Washington has been working with Taipei to create secured supply chains for strategic items such as computer chips.
Chief editor Ryan Law and CEO Cheung Kim-hung are accused of colluding with foreign forces to undermine China's national security over a series of articles that police said called for international sanctions.
Beijing is vocal about Palestinian suffering on international platforms like the UN, but its economic and long-term regional interests mean its solidarity won’t go beyond strong rhetoric.
The July 21 attack saw more than 100 people wearing white T-shirts wielding sticks and poles attack anti-China protesters and bystanders at a train station in Yuen Long district.
The 23-year-old Naomi Osaka of Japan last month withdrew from the French Open after the first round when she was fined $15,000 over her decision not to speak with the press during the tournament.
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un's remarks came two days before the newly appointed US envoy for North Korea, Sung Kim, is scheduled to arrive in South Korea on his first visit since assuming the role last month.
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