Speaking Monday at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Pelosi alleged that the invasion of privacy from using Huawei would be like having the "Chinese state police right in your pocket."…
Pelosi's remarks underlined bipartisan suspicion of Huawei in the United States.
By Geir Moulson, Associated Press
The company is also accused of installing surveillance equipment that enabled Iran to spy on protesters during 2009 anti-government demonstrations in Iran, and of doing business in North Korea despite U.S. sanctions there.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
On Thursday, Attorney General William Barr said the U.S. government should consider taking a "controlling stake" in the European 5G suppliers Nokia and Ericsson.
By Tali Arbel, Associated Press
In our news wrap Tuesday, U.S. health officials have ramped up efforts to contain the spread of a deadly virus outbreak that started in China. Twenty airports and other sites will now monitor for sick travelers; Sec. of Health and…
The United Kingdom says it will allow Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei to build part of its new 5G cellular network. The U.S. government had warned against the move, arguing Huawei poses a national security threat, but British officials said the…
By Kelvin Chan, Danica Kirka, Associated Press
Britain's decision is the first by a major U.S. ally in Europe, and follows intense lobbying from the Trump administration as the U.S. vies with China for technological dominance.
By Jim Morris, Rob Gillies, Associated Press
The case has infuriated Beijing, caused a diplomatic uproar and added to tensions between China and the United States.
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