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Coronavirus: Was US money used to fund risky research in China?
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Coronavirus: Was US money used to fund risky research in China?

      As the debate continues over the origins of the coronavirus, a fresh row has erupted over virus research being carried out in China using US funds. It's linked to the unproven theory that the virus could have leaked from a lab in Wuhan, the Chinese city where it was first detected.
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      Public Health Experts Tell House GOP Forum CCP Virus ‘Likely Originated’ in Wuhan Lab Leak

      Republican representatives warn that the Chinese regime seeks to create a race-based biological weapon

      Rep. Mo Brooks issued a strong statement after meeting with Chinese defector Dr. Li-Meng Yan, calling for action against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), warning, among other things, that the Chinese regime is seeking to create a race-based biological weapon.
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      Public Health Experts Tell House GOP Forum CCP Virus ‘Likely Originated’ in Wuhan Lab Leak

      Covid: Is China's vaccine success waning in Asia?

      Across Asia, Chinese vaccines have played a crucial role in immunising people against Covid-19, with millions receiving either a Sinovac or Sinopharm jab.
      But in recent weeks, concerns have grown about their efficacy. Now, some Asian countries which made Chinese vaccines a key plank in their immunisation programmes have announced they will use other jabs.
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      Glasgow University urged to cut ties with Chinese college linked to Uighur surveillance

      Glasgow University urged to cut ties with Chinese college linked to Uighur surveillance

      Glasgow University is being urged to review its partnership with a Chinese college said to be a recruiting ground for a state-owned military contractor linked to the persecution of ethnic minorities.
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      Welsh chip factory sale puts taxpayer-backed projects worth £20m at risk

      Welsh chip factory sale puts taxpayer-backed projects worth £20m at risk

      The cluster of chip companies faces uncertainty over the future of the Newport plant following its sale to a Chinese-controlled group. More than £20m of taxpayer-backed technology projects are at risk after the Government pulled funding from the Welsh microchip plant now under Chinese ownership.
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      Lords Call for Ban on Organ Tourism

      Lords Call for Ban on Organ Tourism

      In a debate on organ tourism, members of the House of Lords condemned the organ tourism’s persecution of religious minorities and its horrendous practice of harvesting organs from live prisoners.
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      Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Olympics: Now, Make It a Reality

      Diplomatic Boycott of Beijing Olympics: Now, Make It a Reality

      The same MPs who earlier this year called out Beijing’s actions against Uyghurs and Western China’s Turkic peoples as genocide, were united last week in their call for UK politicians, officials and royalty to snub invitations to the games, and send Beijing a clear message that abuse within its borders must stop.
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      ‘America Needs to Lead the World’ in Ending the Persecution of Falun Gong: Pompeo

      ‘America Needs to Lead the World’ in Ending the Persecution of Falun Gong: Pompeo

      The United States should help bring an end to the Chinese regime’s “horrific” persecution of Falun Gong so adherents can exercise freedom of belief, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said as Beijing’s brutal campaign marks its 22nd year.
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      Kodak deletes Xinjiang photo from Instagram, vows to ‘respect Chinese gov’t’

      Washington remembers July 20 and 22 years since Chinese regime waged unprecedented genocide

      July 20, 2021 marks 22 years of persecution against tens of millions of Falun Dafa spiritual adherents. Thousands of supporters gathered in front of the Washington Monument to peacefully raise awareness about the ongoing genocide in mainland China.
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      China’s largest prison where 10,000 inmates are tortured with cattle prods

      China’s largest prison where 10,000 inmates are tortured with cattle prods

      CHINA'S largest prison holds an estimated 10,000 inmates who are brainwashed, tortured, and electrocuted with cattle prods. The Urumqi No. 3 Detention Centre in Dabancheng is located in the Xinjiang region and holds thousands of Uyghur Muslims.
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      UK to permanently deploy two warships in Asia Pacific

      UK to permanently deploy two warships in Asia Pacific

      Britain has announced that it will permanently deploy two warships in Asian waters after its Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier and escort ships sail to Japan in September through seas where China is vying for influence with the United States and Japan. Plans for the high-profile visit by the carrier strike group come as the UK deepens security ties with Tokyo, which has expressed growing alarm in recent months over China’s territorial ambitions in the region, including Taiwan.
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      Beijing building new ‘Great Wall’ in South China Sea on island fortress

      Beijing building new ‘Great Wall’ in South China Sea on island fortress

      CHINA is secretly building a new 'Great Wall'' in the South China Sea it is claimed. Beijing has opened a massive military base on a disputed island fortress in the strategic region as the conflict escalates.
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      US allies accuse Beijing of major Microsoft cyber attack

      US allies accuse Beijing of major Microsoft cyber attack

      America, Australia, the European Union, United Kingdom, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and other countries publicly criticized the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). U.S. allies joined in blaming the CCP for orchestrating a major cyberattack on Microsoft and other breaches.
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      China’s gruesome cannibal past covered up by Communists as victims eaten ALIVE

      China’s gruesome cannibal past covered up by Communists as victims eaten ALIVE

      CHINA’S gruesome recent history includes macabre "flesh banquets" where "class enemies" were gorged alive - but the Communist Party have attempted to cover the horrors up. Witnesses have told of horrifying spectacles of victims’ hearts, livers and genitals being ripped out and fed to rabid revellers during Chairman Mao Zedong's frenzied "Cultural Revolution" in the 1960s.
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      True to Form: Western Ballet vs. Classical Chinese Dance

      True to Form: Western Ballet vs. Classical Chinese Dance

      Mind and method illustrate core differences between the arts of ballet and classical Chinese dance One of my earliest memories of classical dance was watching Mikhail Baryshnikov in White Nights brazenly win a bet with 11 consecutive pirouettes. The raw beauty and heroism of the moment stayed with me. But nothing compared to what I witnessed in New York for my first glimpse of classical Chinese dance.
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