Data Leak Exposes Details of Two Million Chinese Communist Party Members

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April 23- By James Coker  Sensitive data of around two million members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) have been leaked, highlighting their positions in major organizations, including government agencies, throughout the world. According to reports from The Australian newspaper, featured in the Economic…

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Millions face hunger as Myanmar crisis worsens, U.N. says

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April 23- Food insecurity is rising sharply in Myanmar in the wake of the military coup and deepening financial crisis with millions more people expected to go hungry in coming months, the United Nations said on Thursday. Courtesy: ResutersMyanmar,

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Myanmar unrest: Ethnic groups unite in fight against army, join unity govt

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April 22- In #Myanmar​, the protest movement advanced on the political front with its declaration of the National Unity Government, including members of Suu Kyi’s ousted Cabinet and representatives of #ethnicMinority​ groups and other allies. The #Karen​ National Union in the east,…

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EU imposes further sanctions targeting military and individuals

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April 20- The Council of the EU announced its decision on 19 April to sanction a further ten individuals and two military-controlled companies over the 1 February military coup and ensuing repression in Myanmar/Burma. The individuals targeted by sanctions are all responsible for undermining democracy and the…

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Down with the Burmese military junta!!

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April 05, Kathmandu- Activists all over the world are calling for an immediate and decisive use of force on the Burmese military to force it to restore democracy. Here is my own take on this issue: The powers of the free world, and…

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Myanmar military conducts air strikes on dissidents

Myanmar military conducts air strikes on dissidents

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March 31- The violence in Myanmar is escalating, as daily protests demanding the restoration of democracy face an increasingly brutal crackdown. More than 520 civilians have been killed since the start of February. On Tuesday, the military junta used missiles on their…

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International condemnation after killing of more than 100 protesters in Myanmar

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March 30- International condemnation after killing of more than 100 protesters in Myanmar – BBC News There has been international condemnation of the military in Myanmar after more than a hundred demonstrators were shot dead by security forces. Defence chiefs from twelve…

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Is Israel in Secret Contact with Syria?

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February 04- BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 1,908, January 29, 2021 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Syrian president Bashar Assad, who now views the Iranian presence in his country as a burden, wants to oust Tehran from Syrian soil—and he has come to realize that…

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‘Worst nightmare’: violence feared after Myanmar military coup

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February 02- Myanmar’s military took power from an elected government after detaining civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and several other politicians on February 1, 2021. The coup came after Suu Kyi’s party won landslide victory in a November 8 election, which…

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Trump’s Not Going Anywhere | The Future of the Republican Party

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January 31- Donald Trump left his mark on the Republican Party, possibly changing it forever. “Even though the Trump impeachment trial is going through the Senate, accusing Trump of allegedly pushing for insurrection of the US Capitol, Trump isn’t fading out of…

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