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Independent Tribunal Finds China Committed Genocide Against Uyghurs in Xinjiang
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Independent Tribunal Finds China Committed Genocide Against Uyghurs in Xinjiang

      A London-based independent people’s tribunal on Dec. 9 ruled that the Chinese regime has committed genocide against Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in the far west Xinjiang region.
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      UK plans diplomatic boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics | AP News

      UK plans diplomatic boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics | AP News

      LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Wednesday no U.K. government minister will attend the Beijing Winter Olympics, calling it “effectively” a diplomatic boycott. Johnson was asked in the House of Commons whether the U.K.
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      Xi wants lawyers to ‘follow and embrace’ the Communist Party’s leadership

      Lithuania asks EU for ‘strong reaction’ to Chinese pressure

      The Baltic nation was hit by Chinese economic sanctions after accepting Taiwan’s offer to open a new diplomatic office in Vilnius.
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      Jimmy Lai, 2 Other Hong Kong Activists Convicted Over Tiananmen Square Massacre Vigil

      Jimmy Lai, 2 Other Hong Kong Activists Convicted Over Tiananmen Square Massacre Vigil

      Hong Kong pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai and two other prominent pro-democracy activists were convicted on Dec 9 for their participation in a Tiananmen vigil in June 2020.
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      Hong Kong press freedom is in ‘free fall’ as China’s journalism crackdown goes global, says Reporters Without Borders

      Hong Kong press freedom is in ‘free fall’ as China’s journalism crackdown goes global, says Reporters Without Borders

      In its latest report on the state of journalism in China, Reporters Without Borders says “the repression no longer spares Hong Kong, once a champion of press freedom.”
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      China’s Organ Harvesting Crimes to Come Under Focus on Human Rights Day

      China’s Organ Harvesting Crimes to Come Under Focus on Human Rights Day

      Lawmakers and experts will spotlight China’s industrial-scale murder of prisoners of conscience for their organs in an upcoming webinar commemorating International Human Rights Day.
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      China’s Silence on Peng Shuai Shows Cracks in Beijing’s Propaganda Apparatus – Vision Times

      China’s Silence on Peng Shuai Shows Cracks in Beijing’s Propaganda Apparatus

      When Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai accused former vice premier Zhang Gaoli of sexual assault on Nov. 2, authorities turned to a tried-and-true strategy of completely burying the allegations. At home, the country’s censors scrubbed away any mentions of the words “tennis” and “Peng Shuai” from China’s tightly controlled internet. Abroad, a few state-affiliated journalists focused on trying to quash concerns about Ms. Peng’s safety.
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      Arrest of Macau gambling hub founder raises stakes for China’s elite

      Arrest of Macau gambling hub founder raises stakes for China’s elite

      For more than a decade Alvin Chau has rarely been out of the headlines in China. Known as the “junket king” for his skill in luring high rollers to casinos, his black book was crammed with the names of Beijing’s ultra-rich elite. He is now behind bars as the most high-profile target of President Xi’s crackdown on the gambling enclave of Macau.
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      Opinion | Who’s Afraid of Nathan Law? China

      What is China’s democracy?

      The U.S. did not invite China to the Democratic Conference. In response, Beijing criticized American democracy and praised itself for its “democracy” preeminence.
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      52 Percent of Americans See China as Top Threat: Poll

      52 Percent of Americans See China as Top Threat: Poll

      For the first time ever, over half of all Americans agree that one regime is the top threat for the United States: communist China—not Russia, nor any other country. That’s a dramatic change in U.S. public opinion since 2018.
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      Ingraham: China ‘collaborators’ like Apple’s Tim Cook, financier Ray Dalio endanger US

      Ingraham: China ‘collaborators’ like Apple’s Tim Cook, financier Ray Dalio endanger US

      In her “Ingraham Angle” monologue on Tuesday, host Laura Ingraham called out several wealthy American business titans “collaborating” against U.S. interests to appease China for their own financial gain.
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      European Union to invest 250 billion to counter the influence of the CCP’s ‘Belt and Road’

      European Union to invest 250 billion to counter the influence of the CCP’s ‘Belt and Road’

      The European Union announced a long-term investment of 250 billion euros to provide infrastructure projects to developing countries in an attempt to counter the influence of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) Belt and Road that Beijing uses to pursue its ambition for global domination.
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      Analysis: The EU is finally putting its money where its mouth is on China

      Analysis: The EU is finally putting its money where its mouth is on China

      The European Union has long been criticized for trying to have its cake and eat it when it comes to China. On one hand, it badly wants a strong economic relationship with its biggest partner for goods trade. On the other, it recognizes the Chinese government is a serial human rights offender and systemic rival.
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      China cuts finance pledge to Africa amid growing debt concerns

      China cuts finance pledge to Africa amid growing debt concerns

      Beijing lowers commitment to $40bn in investment, credit lines, trade and special drawing rights over next three years
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