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The 74-year-old says China has never asked it to share "improper information" about its clients.
Justin Trudeau had accused China of "arbitrarily" applying the death penalty to a Canadian citizen.
Laurent Gbagbo was the first former head of state to go on trial at the International Criminal Court.
Europe's largest economy grew by 1.5% last year as global trade and car sales slowed.
After five days of debate, MPs will decide whether the UK government should push on with Theresa May's deal.
The video about toxic masculinity, bullying and men's behaviour sparks outrage online.
The seeds, inside a seal container, are the first plants ever grown on the Moon's surface.
The reality star confirms on US TV that the couple are expecting their fourth child.
Automakers are relying on the popularity of big, traditional vehicles to fund their electric ambitions.
Rahaf Mohammed says fleeing her family in Saudi Arabia was "worth the risk" so she could live freely.
The president pays for hundreds of burgers with staff missing due to a government shutdown.
National college football champions, the Clemson Tigers, tucked in to a takeaway dinner during their visit to the White House.
The family of a man sentenced to death in China on Monday say their "worst fears" have been realised.
Steve King faces mounting criticism for asking why terms like white supremacy are controversial.
Brian Hungwe reflects on the impact of inflation on the the lives of Zimbabweans.
Gaggan Anand, the executive chef at Bangkok's Michelin-starred restaurant Gaggan, has brought Indian cuisine to new heights.
Sources in the group tell the BBC the arrest of a senior member is meant to push them to peace talks.
A pair of shoes that allows owners to walk about in virtual reality worlds proves exhausting to use.
People without internet access have fewer life chances than those that do. How can we close the gap?
It isn't just the US president that should be concerned about this week's sluggish trade figures.