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Thursday to be the final edition of Apple Daily, as board forced to halt all Hong Kong operations | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

      The 26-year-old daily faces imminent closure after HK$18 million worth of its assets were frozen by the authorities following the arrest of five top executives. Unable to pay staff, many at the newsroom have resigned. Apple Daily’s English news section, finance section, video department, and Twitter account have all ceased operation earlier this week.“The Company thanks our readers for their loyal support and our journalists, staff, and advertisers for their commitment over the past 26 years,” the board said in a statement.
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      Thursday to be final edition of Apple Daily, as board forced to halt all Hong Kong operations | Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

      European Lawmakers Urge Carrie Lam to Release Journalists After Pro-Democracy Paper Shuts Down

      A group of European lawmakers on Thursday urged Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam to release journalists arrested under Hong Kong’s draconian national security law, and unfreeze the assets of a pro-democracy newspaper that was forced to shut down. Apple Daily, one of the few independent media outlets in Hong Kong, had to halt its operations by midnight on Wednesday after police arrested its executives and froze assets linked to the paper.
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      Canadian MPs, senators want Magnitsky audit of Hong Kong officials’ assets

      Canadian MPs, senators want Magnitsky audit of Hong Kong officials’ assets

      A letter to Foreign Minister Marc Garneau lists 10 potential targets for sanctions, including Hong Kong’s chief executive, chief secretary, financial secretary and secretary for justice.
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      Opinion | What China Did to Apple Daily, It Could Do to Any Company

      Opinion | What China Did to Apple Daily, It Could Do to Any Company

      Beijing uses the odious National Security Law to silence Hong Kong’s feisty voice for freedom. The newspaper’s demise mirrors the experience of the Hong Kong people as Beijing deploys the National Security Law to exert control over the territory. Hundreds have been arrested under the repressive law, including longtime legislators.
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      G7 asked WHO to investigate the origins of COVID virus again, but they already know Sharon’s Straight Talk

      G7 asked WHO to investigate the origins of COVID virus again, but they already know - Sharon’s Straight Talk

      The leaders of the top 7 industrial nations including the US, the UK, Germany and France, called on the World Health Organisation to investigate again where COVID-19 virus came from? But would you believe it if I told you they most likely knew the answer already?
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      Singapore Becomes Latest Country to Cast Doubt on China’s COVID-19 Vaccines

      Singapore Becomes Latest Country to Cast Doubt on China’s COVID-19 Vaccines

      Singaporean health officials have publicly expressed concerns about significant risk reported with vaccines from China following hundreds of Indonesian health workers testing positive for COVID-19 last week despite being fully vaccinated with the Sinovac vaccine. Singapore is the latest country to cast doubt on the vaccine.
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      House Republicans Launch Campaign to Hold CCP Accountable Over Pandemic

      House Republicans Launch Campaign to Hold CCP Accountable Over Pandemic

      House Republicans have vowed to take a series of actions to hold the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) accountable for its coverup of the COVID-19 outbreak and to get to the bottom of how the disease started spreading among humans.
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      G7 asked WHO to investigate the origins of COVID virus again, but they already know Sharon’s Straight Talk

      Chinese regime’s ‘100 years of gross human rights violations’ condemned by House resolution

      A House of Representatives resolution condemned the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for “100 years of gross human rights violations” committed against its people.“For the last century, the Chinese Communist Party has repeatedly violated basic human rights and brutalized its own citizens. The story of the Party is one of repression, torture, mass imprisonment, and genocide,” noted Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Wisconsin, according to the Washington Examiner, June 25.
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      Artist imprisoned and tortured by Chinese regime breaks silence from prison

      Artist imprisoned and tortured by Chinese regime breaks silence from prison

      An award-winning Chinese artist, poet, and independent painter who has been persecuted, abducted, and tortured by the Chinese Communist Party solely for persisting in her spiritual belief, has declared—among other things—that she cannot remain silent to protect her own interests and that the persecution must end.
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      American Survives CCP Detention and Torture

      American Survives CCP Detention and Torture

      SANTA CLARA, Calif.—Steven Schaerer, originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, is a survivor with a harrowing story to tell. After graduating from college, he worked in Beijing for five years and founded an educational consulting firm in his 20s. In October 2016, while still in China, he was wrongly accused of illegal employment and was arrested and thrown into prison, even though he and his employees were all legally employed with visas. He said the Chinese regime often views foreigners as a threat, especially if they are successful.
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      Will Hilton Build a Xinjiang Hotel on the Site of a Mosque Demolished by the CCP?

      Will Hilton Build a Xinjiang Hotel on the Site of a Mosque Demolished by the CCP?

      The CCP not only destroys the bodies and souls of believers in all religions. It eradicated the visual symbols of religion by destroying places of worship—by the thousands, as Bitter Winter continues to document. What can democratic countries do? Reporting and protesting what is happening is certainly needed. However, we should also ask what those in the free world should not do. They should not cooperate with the CCP in the evil destruction of religious symbols, directly or indirectly.
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      China issues furious response after Canada condemns human rights record

      China issues furious response after Canada condemns human rights record

      Canada has led more than 40 countries in expressing serious concerns over Beijing’s repressive actions in Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Tibet, prompting a furious response from Beijing over Canada’s colonial history. The exchange at the UN human rights council on Tuesday marks the latest downturn in relations between Canada and China, which have deteriorated steadily as the two countries clash over human rights, trade and allegations of “hostage diplomacy”.
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      Top Chinese Nuclear Power Expert Commits Suicide

      Top Chinese Nuclear Power Expert Commits Suicide

      A Top Chinese nuclear power expert and also a high-ranking Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official committed suicide for unknown reasons in northeastern China’s Heilongjiang province, based on a variety of outlet reports.
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      China links pose a threat to academic freedom in Britain

      China links pose a threat to academic freedom in Britain

      Britain’s universities have changed. Over the past decade, our higher education system has become increasingly reliant on China for a steady stream of students, research partnerships, and funding. In 2019-20, there were nearly 142,000 students from China enrolled at UK universities. Chinese state media claims that the UK has now overtaken the US as the most desirable destination for Chinese students.
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      Donald Trump’s top security chief warns UK over Russian and Chinese cyber threat

      Donald Trump’s top security chief warns UK over Russian and Chinese cyber threat

      Donald Trump's former top security official tonight rang fresh alarm bells about the rising cyber threat from Russia and China. General HR McMaster, who was the then President's National Security Adviser, told MPs and peers the UK should guard against potential web attacks launched by the powers.
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