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Pakistan court set to free four accused in Daniel Pearl killingA Pakistani court on Thursday commuted the death sentence of the main person accused in the 2002 kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, and acquitted three other co-accused..
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China expels American journalists over escalating spat with U.S.China announced early on Wednesday that it was retaliating against U.S. restrictions on Chinese journalists, with actions that include rescinding the press credentials of American correspondents with..
China retaliates against U.S. restrictions on journalistsChina announced early on Wednesday that it was retaliating against U.S. restrictions on Chinese journalists, including rescinding the press credentials of American correspondents with the New York..
China says WSJ admitted mistakes after its reporters expelledChina's foreign ministry said on Wednesday the Wall Street Journal had been in touch with the Chinese government over a February column that Beijing says carried a racist headline, and had admitted its..
China says WSJ admitted mistakes in recent communicationsChina's foreign ministry said on Wednesday the Wall Street Journal has recently communicated with the Chinese government over a February column that Beijing says carried a racist headline and admitted..
China says WSJ reporter in Wuhan can remain in country until end of epidemicChina's foreign ministry said on Tuesday that one of the three Wall Street Journal reporters who were ordered to leave the country can remain in China as she is stranded in Wuhan, the epicenter of the..
'Unfortunate' Bill lived an amazing lifeWhen globetrotting Wall Street Journal correspondent Bill Hartley came to Australia in 1969 to write political and financial pieces, ACTU president Bob Hawke half-jokingly told him he was “the..
China warns of further action after revoking WSJ journalists' credentialsChina warned on Thursday that it might take more action against the Wall Street Journal, a day after revoking the press credentials of three of the U.S. newspaper's correspondents over a column that..
China says media spreading racial discrimination must pay the priceMedia organizations that spread racial discrimination and maliciously smear China must pay the price, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said on Thursday, following Beijing's decision to..
Former Mexico President Pena Nieto investigated in corruption probe: reportMexican law enforcement authorities are investigating a former president, Enrique Pena Nieto, as part of an inquiry into corruption, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
Australian among foreign journalists ordered to leave China over 'racist' headlineAustralian Philip Wen is among three foreign journalists from The Wall Street Journal ordered to leave China over what the country deemed to be a "racially discriminatory" headline.
China revokes three Wall Street Journal reporters' credentialsChina has revoked the press credentials of three journalists of the Wall Street Journal after the newspaper declined to apologize for a column with a headline calling China the "real sick man of Asia",..
Former UK consulate employee says Chinese secret police tortured himA former employee of Britain’s Hong Kong consulate said Chinese secret police beat him, deprived him of sleep and chained him as they pressed him for information about activists leading the..
Energy Secretary Perry asked to testify in Trump impeachment inquiry: WSJU.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry has been asked to testify before House of Representatives committees in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday,..
Ex-U.S. envoy Huntsman urges rethink of Russia sanctions in WSJ op-edDays after ending his term in Moscow, former United States ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman has urged Washington to review its sanctions-dominated approach to Russia, questioning its efficiency and..
Indonesia finds design flaw, oversight lapses in 737 MAX crash: WSJIndonesian investigators have found that design and oversight lapses played a key role in the October crash of Boeing Co's 737 MAX jet that killed all 189 aboard, the Wall Street Journal said on..
FedEx pilot detained by police in South China: WSJChinese authorities have detained a FedEx Corp pilot in the southern city of Guangzhou, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing a lawyer for the pilot's family.
Cambodia denies deal to allow armed Chinese forces at its naval baseChina will be able to place armed forces at a Cambodian naval base under a secret agreement the two nations have reached, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, although Cambodian officials denied..
China strikes secret deal to allow armed forces at Cambodian naval base: WSJChina will be able to place armed forces at a Cambodian naval base under a secret agreement the two nations have reached, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
U.S. says Saudi pipeline attacks originated in Iraq: Wall Street JournalDrone attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil industry in May originated in Iraq, not Yemen, U.S. officials have concluded, drawing questions from Iraqi officials who have asked Washington for more information..
Pence to postpone China policy speech ahead of Trump-Xi Meeting: WSJU.S. Vice President Mike Pence will postpone his planned speech on China policy next week to avoid stoking additional tensions ahead of President Donald Trump's planned meeting with Chinese President..
North Korean leader's slain half-brother was a CIA informant: Wall Street JournalKim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who was killed in Malaysia in 2017, had been an informant for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, the Wall Street Journal reported on..