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International: Taiwan banned digital components manufactured by China

China’s exports of rare earths to the US declined

China, the world’s largest rare earth supplier and refinery, has cut shipments of rare earth to overseas in the first five months of 2019, when nationalists call for use of land reserves. rare country to make tit-for-tat tools in trade war with the United States.

Export of rare earth elements fell 16% in May, compared with the previous month to 3,640 tons, according to data from the General Department of Customs. Foreign shipments in the first five months of 2019 fell 7.2% to 19,265 tons over the same period last year.

The United States is the world’s largest importer of refined rare earth elements, with 59% of $ 92 million worth of imports originating in China, according to data from the US International Trade Commission.

Taiwan prohibits Chinese digital box decoding components

Taiwan’s telecoms regulator has banned television cable providers from stopping the supply of Chinese-made components used in digital set-top boxes, a move that adds anxiety. for Huawei and its chip manufacturing company is HiSilicon, according to SCMP.

A spokesman for the National Communications Commission (NCC) told SCMP that digital decoder boxes provided by Taiwan’s cable TV stations no longer use “chips and wafers.” of hybrid integrated circuits produced in China ”.

The ban applied to chips manufactured by HiSilicon, is a further headache for a company that has struggled to maintain customer relationships since the US officially banned Huawei from buying sets. technology and technology.

German Foreign Minister: Europe will stick with the Iranian nuclear deal, but cannot do the magic

England, France and Germany are committed to sticking to their commitments on the Iranian nuclear deal, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Monday, adding that it is important to continue talking to avoid climbing. Military ladder, according to Reuters.

“We want to fulfill our obligations,” Maas told a joint news conference with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif in Tehran. “We cannot do miracles, but we will try to prevent a failure (of the nuclear deal),” Maas added.

“The situation in the area here is very explosive and extremely dangerous,” Maas said. “A dangerous escalation of current tensions can also lead to a military escalation.”

Hong Kong lawmaker was convicted for protesting for democracy to be free because of a serious disease

Legislator Tanya Chan, the defendant was ultimately convicted for Hong Kong’s 2014 protests against the Middle Eastern Dominant democracy, which was released on Monday, according to SCMP. Chan was sentenced to eight months in prison, but postponed for 2 years.

Chan was sentenced to eight other activists – including the founders of the Middle Ages, including Benny Tai Yiu-ting, Chan Kin-man and Reverend Chu Yiu-ming – who were convicted because of escalating the largest civil disobedience campaign ever.

Protesters took to the streets on September 28, 2014, and soon took over large streets for 79 consecutive days. They camped at protest sites against Beijing’s control of the city leadership election. Tanya Chan, 47, was sentenced with a crime of inciting others to cause public trouble.

On April 25, when Chan was expected to be sentenced to other activists, her lawyer revealed to the court that the defendant was suffering from a brain tumor the size of a ping-pong ball.

Terrorist IS expanded its scope in Afghanistan, threatening the West

The IS Islamic state group has lost its institutions in Syria and Iraq, but in the forbidden mountains in northeastern Afghanistan, the group is expanding their reach, recruiting new warriors and assault attacks. The United States and other Western countries, according to US and Afghan security officials.

The extremist group is now considered an even greater threat to the Taliban because of its increasingly sophisticated military capabilities and strategy aimed at civilians both in Afghanistan and abroad.

An Afghan intelligence official based in Afghanistan told the Associated Press news agency that a recent wave of attacks in Kabul, was to practice for even greater attacks in Europe and the United States. States

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