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Yuri Deigin: How the Chinese Communist Party Covered Up COVID and the Current Consensus on the Virus Origin
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Yuri Deigin: How the Chinese Communist Party Covered Up COVID and the Current Consensus on the Virus Origin

      More than a year after the pandemic broke out in Wuhan, China, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) still hasn’t given a clear answer as to what happened. But citizen journalists, scientists, and sleuths on the internet have been working around the clock to find the answer for themselves.
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      Most Republicans and Democrats believe COVID was leaked from Chinese lab: poll

      Most Republicans and Democrats believe COVID was leaked from Chinese lab: poll

      A poll conducted by Politico and Harvard University that will be released next week found that a majority of Americans, 52 percent, believe COVID-19 was the result of a lab leak. While Republicans are more likely than Democrats to back the theory, the gap has significantly lessened over the past few months and has the difference of only 7 percentage points.
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      Six vaccinated countries have high Covid infection rates. Five of them rely on Chinese vaccines

      Six vaccinated countries have high Covid infection rates. Five of them rely on Chinese vaccines

      Vaccines made in China face rising doubts about their efficacy, compounded by a lack of data on their protection against the more transmissible delta variant.
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      Infamous Article 23 May See Comeback as Communist Party’s Grip on Hong Kong Tightens

      Infamous Article 23 May See Comeback as Communist Party’s Grip on Hong Kong Tightens

      A long-dormant piece of legislation in Hong Kong’s Basic Law may be brought into action as the mainland Chinese regime tightens its political grip over the bustling port and financial hub.
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      Pro-Beijing lawmakers urge gov’t to outlaw Falun Gong, target of 3,545 police operations in eight years

      Pro-Beijing lawmakers urge gov’t to outlaw Falun Gong, target of 3,545 police operations in eight years

      Pro-Beijing lawmakers on Wednesday called on the government to ban the Falun Gong in Hong Kong, and investigate the group’s funding. In response, the Secretary for Security said the police had taken 3,545 actions against the group in the last eight years.
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      European Parliament Passes Resolution on Hong Kong Calling for ‘Urgent and Resolute’ Action

      European Parliament Passes Resolution on Hong Kong Calling for ‘Urgent and Resolute’ Action

      The European Parliament adopted a new resolution on July 8 to condemn the communist Chinese regime’s “unprecedented” crackdown of freedom in Hong Kong, calling for a boycott of the Beijing 2022 Olympics in response to human rights abuses.
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      Leaked Documents Reveal CCP Uses China’s Judicial System to Enforce Persecution

      Leaked Documents Reveal CCP Uses China’s Judicial System to Enforce Persecution

      Official documents that The Epoch Times recently acquired shed light on how the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) uses the country’s judicial system as a tool to implement nationwide persecution of people deemed by the Party as threats.
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      Is the Chinese government really harvesting the organs of prisoners?

      Is the Chinese government really harvesting the organs of prisoners?

      Labour MP Louisa Wall has claimed the Chinese government is harvesting the organs of Uyghur and Falun Gong prisoners. George Driver investigates where this claim comes from and whether it holds water.
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      United Nations Concerned About Organ Harvesting In China

      United Nations Concerned About Organ Harvesting In China

      In June 2021, a group of U.N. independent experts expressed their concerns at allegations of organ harvesting carried out on minority groups including Falun Gong practitioners, Uyghurs, Tibetans, Muslims and Christians, in detention in China.
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      Uyghurs Remember the Urumqi Massacre of 2009

      Uyghurs Remember the Urumqi Massacre of 2009

      A peaceful march became a bloodbath 13 years ago. Peace turned to fury on the streets of Urumqi thirteen years ago after protests over the killing of Uyghur factory workers in inner China fell on deaf ears. Later that evening merciless summary retaliatory justice was meted out by Chinese troops that mowed down hundreds of Uyghur civilians, as witnessed by Risalat, an Uyghur eyewitness, their bodies piled onto trucks and disappeared.
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      U.K. lawmakers seek China Olympic Games boycott after Pelosi rallying call

      U.K. lawmakers seek China Olympic Games boycott after Pelosi rallying call

      U.K. parliamentary committee has issued a report calling for a government boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing in order to pressure China to "end its persecution of Uyghurs." The bipartisan Foreign Affairs Select Committee said Britain "should ensure that the Chinese government faces consequences" for its "crimes in Xinjiang."
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      Nothing to celebrate for the CCP: Nebraska Gov. declares July ‘Victims of Communism Month’

      Nothing to celebrate for the CCP: Nebraska Gov. declares July ‘Victims of Communism Month’

      Nebraska Republican Governor Pete Ricketts took advantage of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrating its 100th anniversary to remind Americans what communism is all about by declaring July as “Victims of Communism Month.”
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      Report: As China, Russia stockpile weapons, Pentagon warns of potential nuclear war

      Report: As China, Russia stockpile weapons, Pentagon warns of potential nuclear war

      As this country’s biggest rivals are accumulating nuclear weapons, the U.S. claims there is a “increased potential” threat of coming nuclear warfare.
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      Japan vows to defend Taiwan alongside the US if China invades

      Japan vows to defend Taiwan alongside the US if China invades

      Japan has vowed to join the U.S. in defending Taiwan if it is invaded by China because - it said - Japan could be next. Deputy prime minister Taro Aso said on Monday that such an event in Taiwan could pose a threat to the Japanese city of Okinawa, Kyodo news agency reported.
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