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Posted in: UK, Canada condemn Chinese 'barbarism' against Uighur minority See in context

The ethnic minorities in China are now facing inhuman and barbaric situations. In China, Uyghur Muslims and other minorities do not feel safe. They are limited to getting adequate education. In prison-like camps, charitably called "re-education centres." authorities have arrested at least 1 million Uighurs. Critics have likened the campaign to ethnic cleansing. Hundreds of ethnic Uighur Muslims spend their days defending the Chinese Communist Party in a high-pressure brain washing programme where they are required to listen to lectures and sing hymns.

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Posted in: China plans further Hong Kong crackdown after mass arrest: sources See in context

Hong Kong has its own legal structure and boundaries, and rights are secured, including freedom of speech, freedom of expression and freedom of the press.

Hong Kong will enjoy "a high degree of autonomy, except in foreign and defence affairs" for 50 years thus being part of one nation with China. But China is trying to repress Hong Kong's nation and people. China has effectively expelled many US journalists in order to hide their crimes in Hong Kong, but it has also prevented them from work in Hong Kong.

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Posted in: Chinese city tests millions amid fresh virusoutbreak See in context

China is not even allowing and just keep on testing patience of entire world. 

Chinese communist party is the reason why entire world is suffering.After three independent government laboratories completely decoded the details, China did not share enough data to determine the efficiency of the virus's spread between individuals or the harm to the rest of the world, which has spent precious time in the Chinese public health system , Strict restrictions should be attributed to knowledge and competition.

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Posted in: Japan finds new coronavirus variant in travelers from Brazil See in context

Unfortunately it is the same situation in many countries. They allow people to enter from all over the world, for various reasons, workers, students, family, etc. Many bring virus with them, mostly unknowingly. The authorities have been too liberal and many people do not sense the seriousness of the situation. Brazil is the second country with the highest numbers of Covid-19 deaths & Now trying to order vaccines from India.

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Posted in: A year after first confirmed death in China, coronavirus source still a puzzle See in context

As China is facing reports about the spread of these deadly infections called COVID-19, China has begun to conceal and distort the truths and claims about these infections. They first lied about the spread of the virus, then blamed the origin on various countries. China has never revealed exact information about the virus, or even about how to stabilize the Wuhan market where the infection first started. China is not even allowing and just keep on testing patience of entire world.

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Posted in: India to start mammoth vaccination drive on January 16 See in context

Two Indian Pharma Companies, SII & Bharat Biotech, finally developed the vaccine to tackle COVID19, have decided to come together in rolling out vaccines required to eradicate novel Corona virus from India & help other nations! The CEO of Serum Institute India & chairman of Bharat Biotech issues a joint statement in which they said that their efforts are for saving lives from COVID19 not just in India but the world!

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Posted in: North Korean leader Kim says U.S. is Pyongyang's 'biggest enemy' See in context

North Korea has long been a dangerous danger to all countries though their military might and most critical nuclear weapons have never been demonstrated. Kim Jong claimed in his latest speech that if the United States continues to use nuclear weapons, it will develop and use more nuclear weapons. We all know what's going to be triggered by a nuclear war; it's all a tragedy and the United States doesn't want to make a decision.

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Posted in: Japanese approval of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine unlikely until May See in context

All the World is Suffering because of China. China knows that the reality of the origin of corona virus. They first lied about the spread of the virus, then blamed the origin on various countries. China has never revealed exact information about the virus, or even about how to stabilize the Wuhan market where the infection first started.

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Posted in: Condemnation swells over Hong Kong opposition mass arrests See in context

Hong Kong has its own legal structure and boundaries, and rights are secured, including freedom of speech, freedom of expression and freedom of the press.

Hong Kong will enjoy "a high degree of autonomy, except in foreign and defence affairs" for 50 years thus being part of one nation with China. But China is trying to repress Hong Kong's nation and people. China has effectively expelled many US journalists in order to hide their crimes in Hong Kong, but it has also prevented them from work in Hong Kong.

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Posted in: Tokyo postpones Olympic torch exhibitions over COVID-19 fears See in context

China, through its biological weapon, Covid-19, has almost fulfilled its aspirations, reducing the economy of every country and raising its economic level during the blockade. Some medical experts say the vaccine and its effects will not be in place by July even with a speeded up approval, and rapid release. Maybe by the end of 2021. Most countries are first giving the vaccine to the elderly, health care workers, and those in at-risk categories; Olympic athletes are not in any of those categories.

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Posted in: 20 killed in an airstrike in central Mali See in context

Whenever the army attacks these jihadis, they become citizens. Whereas in reality these people do not miss attacking the army when they get a chance. Boko Haram and Isis keep trying to escape in this manner. The army should be strict on these terrorist organizations and should be vigilant in the matter of common citizens.

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Posted in: WHO disappointed at Chinese delays letting experts in See in context

China is not even allowing and just keep on testing patience of entire world. 

Chinese communist party is the reason why entire world is suffering. 

Yet they want to look like they are victims. China worries that the reality of the origin of the corona virus will come out, which is why their authorities do not clear up the investigation team's arrivals.

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Posted in: 53 Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested See in context

Just hope the world to understand #CCP is the new threat to human beings. First they disqualified the candidates. Then they cancelled the election. Now they arrested all the pro-democracy lawmakers and activists under subversion. Electing a pro-democracy candidate has become a crime in Hong Kong.?

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Posted in: N Korean leader Kim tells party congress economic plan failed 'tremendously' See in context

This time, is Kim telling the truth? Under the current adverse conditions, one would suppose he is. His 2016 five-year economic strategy has failed miserably, he admits. More harsh acts, therefore, are required. But no one knows what's going on inside that mind, until they are measurably taken and changed, Kim never socially reveals the stats. Maybe he'd come up with something in his next address that no one expected.

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Posted in: Suga vows to contain virus, hold Olympics in New Year's address See in context

Except to be thwarted by conditions, Japan retained an optimistic attitude and momentum. It wouldn't be fair to stage an Olympic Games that could endanger the lives of Japanese residents, tourists, athletes and officials. The cost of lives lost may well be the most remembered factor, and that is not something anyone wants.

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Posted in: Suga considers state of emergency in Tokyo, vicinity; says Japan will start vaccinations in late Feb See in context

You simply have no idea how the epidemic effects anything, step by step and exponentially, and can thus depend only on waiting, unchecked high-speed vaccinations and continuing commercial operations at the most possible pace, taking into consideration only half-hearted pseudo-lockdowns every few weeks when the numbers erupted again, that for 'eternity' or until everybody is sick or dead. And I'm reminding you again, and now for the last time, that this will and will not succeed at all. You need a very tight full lockdown with a time limit.

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Posted in: 100 dead in attacks on two Niger villages See in context

Niger is one of the poorest countries in the world, has been battling for years against Sahelian jihadi groups in its western part and Boko Haram in its southeast. Boko Haram is ideologically against Westernization, which it sees as having a negative effect on Islamic beliefs. They attack on mainly in the northeast, north-central, and central states of Nigeria and usually concentrated on targets of the police, security, and government, as well as Christian churches and schools and Muslim individuals who were critical of the party. Other terrorist networks such as al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghrib (AQIM) and al-Shabaab in Somalia have ties with Boko Haram. By detonating bombs in major cities and towns, including Abuja, the group has also killed hundreds of people. Boko Haram continued to hit colleges, one of college in the state of Yobe that killed some 50 male students and virtually destroyed the college.

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Posted in: Chinese court jails 10 Hong Kong democracy activists for up to three years See in context

China doesn’t allow its people what we call freedom of expression, & those who dared speak against CCP either went missing or were jailed just like the citizen journalist. In China, that's not new. Many citizen journalists to be arrested by the authorities after reporting to face trial from Hong Kong. In order to cover their murk, China and Pakistan killed their minorities, and even reporters.

In China, there is no free media and authorities are considered to crack down on dissidents or whistleblowers who are seen as undermining the response of the government to the outbreak.

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Posted in: Chinese court jails 10 Hong Kong democracy activists for up to three years See in context

In China, that's not new. Many citizen journalists to be arrested by the authorities after reporting to face trial from Wuhan. Number of citizen journalists who have had difficulty reporting about Wuhan. In order to cover their murk, China and Pakistan killed their minorities, and even reporters.

In China, there is no free media and authorities are considered to crack down on dissidents or whistleblowers who are seen as undermining the response of the government to the outbreak.

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Posted in: Japan gave intel on China's crackdown on Uyghurs to U.S., Britain See in context

International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutors in the Muslim minority communities in Xinjiang rejected the call of exiled Uyghurs to prosecute China for suspected genocide and crimes against humanity.

China has locked more than one million Uyghurs and other mainly Muslim minorities in re-education camps, and has forcibly sterilized Chinese women.

Mass imprisonment under the supervision of the CCP, inhumane treatment, forced labor, ubiquitous state surveillance and minority control.

There are also allegations of rape in the refugee camps.

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Posted in: Millions face new UK virus restrictions; border chaos eases See in context

As this was always China's dark plan of being more dominant than any nation globally and even trying to establish a business monopoly; just to rule the world. China almost fulfills its wishes through its bio weapon, Covid-19, bringing down each nation's economy and raising its economy during the lockdowns. Administration is worrying about the people's wellbeing, and China thinks about how to cause other nations more turmoil and disorder. Because China has made the vaccine a national interest and priority and controls the market, but his vaccine business is allegedly engaged in fraud. China's mutated virus adds more misery and chaos to the world as the UK has made the vaccine and put it into effect. Who knows what's going to happen soon because the real statics of the coronavirus were never disclosed by China.

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Posted in: All 68 domestic Tokyo Olympic sponsors agree to new contracts See in context

I assume many countries will be more worried with having their economies back on track, even though vaccination is well on the way by next summer (Japan included). Not just a ray of hope, it's a real big torch for suppliers, lenders, appliers at sales points and so forth, like Olympics in the winner's scheme as well. But nothing more the pandemic takes more time and other steps to defeat it.

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Posted in: Japan welcomes UK-EU trade deal See in context

Ships have continued to arrive at British ports throughout the pandemic. Shipping lines are able to change their crews subject to a few restrictions. The cost of replacing a ships crew has double and that is one reason the shipping lines are not changing them frequently. Ships have continued to arrive in Japanese ports which are mainly crewed by foreigners.

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Posted in: More than 100 killed in latest ethnic massacre in Ethiopia See in context

In addition to the continuous bombing, shelling & looting in Tigray, harrowing reports from the region highlight forces loyal to the war criminal terrorist groups employing sexual violence against women as a tool to punish, terrorize & destroy communities. Ethiopians are dying everywhere. There is no single day that such massacre didn’t happen for last 2 years. What’s happening in Tigray is under war & in the rest is under lawlessness.

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Posted in: EU to spend hundreds of millions more on refugees in Turkey See in context

Minorities in Turkey There are so many allegations of atrocities, corruption, illegal kidnapping, and so many scams in Turkey. Constant abuses of the Constitution and human rights violations evidenced by Turkey are continuing. Turkey doesn't care for its people. After hundreds of Turkish soldiers were killed in fighting in northern Syria, Turkish authorities began throwing thousands of refugees across Europe. Under the EU-Turkey agreement, EUR 6 billion was "committed and contracted, with nearly EUR 4 billion disbursed." Part of the money, EUR 2.4 billion, was earmarked for humanitarian assistance and was contracted out. The EU is supporting Turkey in every respect, but Erdogan is trying to "blackmail" the EU and cause instability on the borders of Europe.

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Posted in: France to reopen border with England for COVID-clear travelers See in context

According to the current situation of France. Government of the France implemented Strict lockdown in the Country. As the people and government deal with the deadliest things together, it seems that France’s suffering will not end soon. Terrorism, poverty, unemployment , corona infection and now these. Covid-19 China caused turmoil in the country by bringing down their economy. The suffering was so heavy that France heavily affected with these conditions.

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Posted in: 'Good riddance,' China says as Germany leaves U.N. Security Council See in context

It should be China leaving the security council as currently they are amongst the biggest threats to worldwide security, both militarily and economically. Time has come for a global embargo on Chinese goods and in general doing business with China. The arrogance and hubris displayed by the CCP is dangerous. They want the world to be subservient to them. They don't believe in human rights nor do they believe in being a good international citizen.

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Posted in: Japan aims to conclude talks on cost-sharing for U.S. troops soon See in context

Japan more then any other U.S. Ally has opened factories in America, employing close to a million U.S. Citizens, good paying jobs. While Ford, GM have closed down and moved to China and even has contributed to the Korean War, Vietnam War because of distance and location. It has helped financially or with soldiers in more peaceful means in Iraq, Afghanistan, in the war against ISIS and other terrorist groups. In any conflict in East Asia America expects Japan's support, or to use our bases, to shoot down ballistic missiles coming towards Hawaii, California, Mailand U.S.A.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic Games organizers to raise opening, closing ceremony budget See in context

Especially in this situation, there is no need for the Tokyo Olympics at all.

Keep based on reality and watch what's going on in the modern world around them! Without the Olympics, the Japanese government will not settle fast enough on a vaccination programme. Therefore, the Olympics should serve as a good deadline to focus on any pandemic steps. If it would cost the sufferings of his own people.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic Games organizers to raise opening, closing ceremony budget See in context

Especially in this situation, there is no need for the Tokyo Olympics at all.

Keep based on reality and watch what's going on in the modern world around them! Without the Olympics, the Japanese government will not settle fast enough on a vaccination programme. Therefore, the Olympics should serve as a good deadline to focus on any pandemic steps. If it would cost the sufferings of his own people, CCP will do anything to get the powers.

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