China urges U.S. to stop suppressing Chinese companies after Huawei indictment

China's foreign ministry said on Friday it urges the United States to immediately stop suppressing Chinese companies without reason, after U.S. prosecutors unveiled a new indictment against Huawei Technologies.
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Inter Milan beat Ludogorets in front of an empty stadium amid coronavirus outbreak
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Hefty development fees not only raise the cost of a new home in California, but they can also make it so that certain projects don't get built.
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Bernie Sanders holds 2-1 lead in California, poll shows
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Azerbaijan reports first case of coronavirus - Ifax
Azerbaijan's coronavirus crisis center said on Friday a Russian national traveling from Iran had tested positive for coronavirus, the South Caucasus nation's first confirmed case of the virus, the Interfax news agency reported.
Switzerland bans all events over 1,000 people due to coronavirus, 15 confirmed cases in country
Switzerland immediately banned all large scale events involving more than 1,000 people on Friday, as the country attempts to protect its population from the new coronavirus.
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Turkey to allow Syrian refugees free access to Europe after troop attack
Turkey said Friday that it ordered troops stationed along the Syrian border to stand down and allow refugees to cross into the European Union after a Syrian government airstrike killed 33 Turkish troops in what was seen as a major escalation in the conflict, a  report said.
Washington Newspaper Delivery Woman Allegedly Shot for Driving Too Slow
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Shanghai Fashion Week to go ahead online as virus disrupts events
Shanghai Fashion Week, initially postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, will go ahead as scheduled online in a tie-up with Alibaba Group's Tmall marketplace, its organizers said.
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Woman accused of zipping boyfriend in suitcase
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Iran coronavirus death toll rises to 34: health ministry
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