COVID ‘spreading virulently’ in Wuhan as early as May 2019, and China knew about it, new report suggests

China 10/05/21, 16:04

According to an intelligence investigation of spending on PCR testing equipment, COVID-19 grew "virulently" in Wuhan as early as summer 2019—significantly sooner than previously assumed. A new investigation has revealed that "notable, significant and abnormal" acquisitions of PCR lab equipment were made in the second half of that year. Analysts trawled through PCR procurement ...

‘I don’t need or want your help’: famous Marine jailed for criticizing Afghanistan withdrawal rejects Trump’s help

Middle East 10/05/21, 15:23

U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, who made headlines for posting a video criticizing the Biden administration's tumultuous military withdrawal from Afghanistan, is confined to a military prison. He rejected help from former President Trump even though his supporters and prominent Republican lawmakers helped raise more than $2 million ...

Regrowing fruits and vegetables from kitchen scraps

U.S. 10/05/21, 04:33

Instead of throwing food scraps such as vegetable stems, butts, and seeds away, some gardening tips will assist you in regrowing them into plants. Here are some of the most common methods for growing food from leftovers at home. Using tops of fruits and vegetables Method: cut off the tops and place them ...

A small member of NATO boycotts Chinese phones

Tech 10/05/21, 04:17

When relations with China are increasingly tense, on Sept. 22, 2021, the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense, a minor member of the European Union (EU), warned the country's agencies and people about the risk of spying by Beijing when using Chinese smartphones, specifically Huawei and Xiaomi products. The above recommendation is based ...

Kabul faces blackout as Taliban fails to pay electricity bills

Middle East 10/05/21, 03:37

Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan provide half of Afghanistan's electricity, with Iran contributing further supplies to the country's west. This year's drought has had an impact on domestic production, primarily at hydropower plants. Kabul is nearly entirely reliant on imported power from Central Asia as Afghanistan lacks a national power grid.After ...

Chinese regime deploys nearly 100 warplanes over Taiwan: US responds

China 10/04/21, 15:23

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) sent 77 warplanes, some capable of firing nuclear bombs into Taiwan's airspace this weekend, prompting a response from the United States, which warned China that its commitment to the island remains 'rock solid,' the Daily Mail reported. The Chinese regime's belligerent and provocative behavior continues to escalate tension ...

The Pandora Papers: Financial scandal reveals how hundreds of the world’s powerful hide their fortunes

U.S. 10/04/21, 15:02

A thorough investigation of 12 million documents uncovered the procedures followed by at least 336 politicians, celebrities, religious leaders, and drug traffickers from 90 countries to hide their immense fortunes and evade taxes. The information, called "Pandora's Papers," was revealed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), and was obtained through the ...

Chinese soldiers who have not yet fought in battle sobbing with fear

China 10/03/21, 20:47

The Chinese regime is paying the price for the crimes it has committed in the past—the facts are clear—as are the consequences they are facing from the COVID-19 pandemic.  Beijing is said to have actively concealed important information that caused COVID-19 to spread worldwide, and now they are suffering the consequences ...

ISIS narrator charged in the US over role in propaganda videos

Middle East 10/03/21, 20:37

A Canadian national faces federal charges in the United States over his involvement in ISIS propaganda videos; federal prosecutors said Saturday, Oct. 2. The 38-year-old man, Mohammed Khalifa, is a Saudi-born Canadian and is fluent in English and Arabic. According to a Department of Justice news release, the United States believed he ...

Nuclear deal: Iran asks US to activate $10 billion

Washington 10/03/21, 02:17

As the Biden administration is looking to resume a nuclear deal with Iran, its government on Saturday set out the first condition—unfreeze $10 billion of Tehran's frozen funds. The condition was issued indirectly via intermediaries at the United Nations, reports Reuters. "The Americans tried to contact us through different channels (at the ...

38 CCP fighter jets invades Taiwan’s defense zone

World 10/03/21, 00:00

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) flew 38 fighter planes into Taiwan's Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) on Friday, Oct 1, a national holiday in China—when the CCP commemorates its aggressive conquest of the mainland in the late 1940s. The incursion came in two waves. The group of jets consisted of 18 ...