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Thousands protest in Hungary against planned Chinese university campus
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Thousands protest in Hungary against planned Chinese university campus

      Thousands of Hungarians, some of them holding banners declaring “treason,” protested on Saturday against a Chinese university’s plans to open a campus in Budapest.
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      Mario Draghi sets tone in cooling EU-China relations

      Confucius Institute at the University of Vienna Promotes the Chinese Regime’s Infiltration in Austria

      The Chinese Communist regime has gained a foothold in Austria through its Confucius Institute at the University of Vienna, according to media reports and leaked government documents recently obtained by The Epoch Times from a trusted source.
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      Leading UK universities accept more than £40m from state-owned Chinese companies

      Leading UK universities accept more than £40m from state-owned Chinese companies

      Twenty leading UK universities have collectively accepted more than £40 million in funding from Huawei and state-owned Chinese companies in recent years, sparking concern among Tory MPs. Research by the China Research Group of hawkish Conservative backbenchers has uncovered details of some of the research grants made by major Chinese firms, some with direct links to the Chinese Communist Party regime, since 2015.
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      EIS teachers want inquiry into Beijing involvement with Mandarin classes

      EIS teachers want inquiry into Beijing involvement with Mandarin classes

      Members of Scotland’s biggest teaching union have demanded an investigation into Chinese government funding for teaching Mandarin in schools.A branch of the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS)
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      Mario Draghi sets tone in cooling EU-China relations

      Mario Draghi sets tone in cooling EU-China relations

      Italy has changed tack since it signed up for China’s Belt and Road Initiative two years ago. It was this year’s aborted takeover of an obscure Italian company with little more than 50 employees that illustrated just how far one of China’s biggest diplomatic successes in Europe had unravelled.
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      Mario Draghi sets tone in cooling EU-China relations

      The EU takes on China. China's wolf warriors won't take it lying down. Will EU stand firm & united?

      Europeans watched in disbelief as the Chinese Ambassador to France, Mr. Lu Shaye, insulted French lawmakers and called a respected researcher a “small-time thug” and a “mad hyena”. When he was then summoned by the French Foreign Ministry to explain his comments, the Chinese ambassador said he was “too busy to come” – completely ignoring international protocols.
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      Trump Says US, World Should Demand Pandemic Reparations From CCP

      Trump Says US, World Should Demand Pandemic Reparations From CCP

      Former President Donald Trump said on June 5 that the United States and the world should demand pandemic reparations from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and urged the Biden administration to raise tariffs on Chinese goods to 100 percent.
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      Experts Point to ‘Damning’ Gene Splicing Evidence of Likely Lab Origin of CCP Virus

      Experts Point to ‘Damning’ Gene Splicing Evidence of Likely Lab Origin of CCP Virus

      A June 6 op-ed in The Wall Street Journal, penned by two experts, argued there existed “damning” scientific evidence supporting the theory that the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus didn’t make a natural jump from animal to human, but was bio-engineered in a Chinese lab.
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      Truth about Covid ‘would bring ‘national shame’ to China & could topple regime’

      Truth about Covid ‘would bring ‘national shame’ to China & could topple regime’

      THE truth Covid’s origins could bring national shame to China and topple the country’s Communist regime, a leading expert on the country has said. Suspicion is growing that the deadly virus may have leaked from a lab in Wuhan, where research was being carried out into coronaviruses in bats.
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      Australia will fight China’s dodgy trade tricks with UK allies

      Australia will fight China’s dodgy trade tricks with UK allies

      A free trade deal between Australia and the UK will send a 'powerful signal' to China and provide a huge boost to exporters in both nations, according to UK Trade Secretary Liz Truss. Ms Truss believes a deal will show the world that London and Canberra support 'free and fair trade' and slammed Beijing for what she called 'pernicious practices'
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      Biden administration sets up ‘strike force’ to go after China on trade

      Biden administration sets up ‘strike force’ to go after China on trade

      The United States will target China with a new “strike force” to combat unfair trade practices, the Biden administration said on Tuesday, as it rolled out findings of a review of U.S. access to critical products, from semiconductors to electric-vehicle batteries.
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      95 Illegally Sentenced to Jail in China Throughout May for Their Faith in Falun Gong

      95 Illegally Sentenced to Jail in China Throughout May for Their Faith in Falun Gong

      After 22 years, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has not let up in its brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China. Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is an ancient Chinese spiritual practice consisting of slow-moving meditation exercises and moral teachings based on the principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance.
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      China has created a dystopian hellscape in Xinjiang, Amnesty report says

      China has created a dystopian hellscape in Xinjiang, Amnesty report says

      The human rights organization Amnesty International has said China is committing crimes against humanity in Xinjiang, the north-western region that is home to the Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities. In a report published on Thursday, Amnesty called on the UN to investigate, saying China had subjected Uyghurs, Kazakhs, and other Muslims to mass detention, surveillance, and torture.
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      Government rejects series of BEIS Committee recommendations to prevent Xinjiang slave labour in UK supply chains – Committees – UK Parliament

      Government rejects series of BEIS Committee recommendations to prevent Xinjiang slave labour in UK supply chains – Committees – UK Parliament

      The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee has today [Thursday] published the Government’s response to the BEIS Committee’s Uyghur forced labour in Xinjiang and UK value chains (which was published on 17th March 2021).
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      Biden administration sets up ‘strike force’ to go after China on trade

      11 Parliaments Move to Boycott Beijing Olympics

      Coordinated action is underway to boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, citing Beijing’s widespread human rights violations. The United States, the European Union, and nine other countries are getting involved.
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      TikTok Sued in the Netherlands for $1.7 Billion Over Collecting Children’s Data

      TikTok Sued in the Netherlands for $1.7 Billion Over Collecting Children’s Data

      The Amsterdam-based Market Information Research Foundation (SOMI) sued the video-sharing platform TikTok on behalf of 64,000 Dutch parents, seeking 1.4 billion euros (about $1.7 billion) for allegedly collecting data from millions of children.
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