China’s Endgame Is to Snuff Out Dissent: Human Rights Watch

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November 13- Sophie Richardson, China director of Human Rights Watch, discusses the human rights situation in Hong Kong where China has upended the Legislative Council by allowing the disqualification of any lawmakers deemed insufficiently loyal. She speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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‘China Bans Faith for All Children’: Watch Jubilee Campaign Event at UN Human Rights Council

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October 9- CBN News On Oct. 5, the Jubilee Campaign, a non-profit organization that promotes the human rights and religious liberty of ethnic and religious minorities, hosted a side event to the United Nations Human Rights Council’s 45th Session which was titled China…

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China’s Insurgency Card in India’s Northeast Is Overhyped

China’s Insurgency Card in India’s Northeast Is Overhyped

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September 5- Even if China decides to increase military and financial support for insurgents in India’s Northeast, it will find it difficult to alter the security situation there. By Avinash Paliwal This is the second of a two-part series on insurgencies in India’s…

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China & Uighurs: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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July 28- So, an American comedy show talks about this serious human rights violation issue! John Oliver discusses the human rights abuses the Uighur people are facing at the hands of the Chinese government, and why those atrocities are worth our undivided…

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Coronavirus coverup is ‘China’s Chernobyl moment,’ warn 100 politicians, experts

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BY AMANDA CONNOLLY GLOBAL NEWS Posted April 14, 2020 9:01 am Updated April 14, 2020 11:28 am   Trying to cover up the coronavirus pandemic marks China‘s “Chernobyl moment,” according to a new open letter. More than 100 international politicians and international policy experts have signed on to…

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VIDEO: Japanese Vice PM Says WHO Should Be Renamed ‘Chinese Health Organization’

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Taro Aso slammed the WHO for reciting CCP talking points Japanese Deputy Prime Minister and pro-Taiwan advocate Taro Aso had some harsh words for the World Health Organization and its compliance with Chinese Communist Party propaganda on Sunday. Speaking to Japanese lawmakers,…

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Beijing expels three WSJ journalists over opinion piece calling China ‘real sick man of Asia’

Beijing expels three WSJ journalists over opinion piece calling China ‘real sick man of Asia’

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Foreign ministry calls article ‘racist’ when announcing decision, which has been criticised by journalists’ association as ‘extreme’ Rory Sullivan China has expelled three Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reporters in response to an opinion article the newspaper published, which described the country as the…

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