Taiwanese president in the US: Tsai Ing-wen says China ‘deliberately raises tensions’

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This week, former Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou was on a trip through China as a private citizen, at the same time that Taiwan’s current president, Tsai Ing-wen, was in the United States. Tsai’s unofficial visit sparked diplomatic anger from Beijing, which considers the self-ruled, democratic island as part of its territory. We take a closer look.


Also, the Under-20 Men’s World Cup was supposed to begin in Indonesia in May. But FIFA has stripped the country of its right to host the tournament. Football’s world governing body made the decision after an Indonesian official earlier objected to the participation of Israel.

Finally, with the war in Ukraine creating a global wheat shortage, millets are taking centre stage in the fight against climate change and hunger in India. Our team on the ground reports.

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