Russia: At least 51 people killed in Siberian coal mine blast

Europe 11/26/21, 15:39

A Siberian coal mine explosion killed at least 51 people in Russia on Thursday, Nov. 25. According to Russian officials, miners and rescue personnel were killed 820 feet deep in the Listvyazhnaya mine site in the Kemerovo area. When the explosion occurred in the Listvyazhnaya mine early on Thursday morning, smoke immediately ...

First Chinese developer to face a wind-up petition, possible insolvency

Politics 11/26/21, 03:44

A major subsidiary of Fantasia Holdings Group was facing a wind-up petition filed by its creditors, which could force the debt-laden Chinese developer into insolvency, South China Morning Post reported on Nov. 26. The petition was related to a $149 million loan of which Fantasia Investment Holdings was a guarantor, said ...

South African scientists detect new virus variant

News 11/26/21, 02:55

South African Health Minister Joe Phaahla stated Thursday that a new coronavirus strain had been discovered. Scientists are concerned about its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people in Gauteng, South Africa's most populous region. "Over the last four or five days, there has been more of an ...

US lawmakers visit Taiwan for second time in a month

U.S. 11/26/21, 02:28

A bipartisan congressional delegation from the U.S., including five members of the U.S. House of Representatives, arrived in Taiwan on Thursday, Nov. 25, for a visit to focus on security matters, marking the second time in a month that U.S. lawmakers have visited. The visit comes as China increases military ...

A gay Santa Claus with explicit images featured in Norwegian advert

Europe 11/25/21, 17:12

The Norwegian Postal Service company launched a Christmas advertisement showing a controversial homosexual romance between Santa Claus and a man named Harry. The ad includes explicit images of a passionate kiss between the two men. The video released Monday was titled "When Harry met Santa," which quickly went viral not only in ...

US warned to prepare for electromagnetic attack from Chinese regime

U.S. 11/25/21, 16:46

New Chinese technology could be used to launched an attack on America, defense experts warned on Nov. 23. The Chinese regime is developing a new hypersonic, electromagnetic missile that could cause long-term power grid disruptions. This would bring devastating economic consequences to the United States and other adversary nations. A virtual forum ...

Chinese regime complains to Dior about model’s skin tone

World 11/25/21, 16:17

China's communist mouthpiece strongly criticized a global fashion label for depicting a model whose skin was too dark. The Beijing Daily targeted Christian Dior for depicting a darkly tanned Chinese model, wearing traditional attire and carrying a Lady Dior bag. State-run media claimed the individual had a "gloomy face" and "sinister ...

IOC can demand CCP improve its human rights situation: US congressmen

U.S. 11/25/21, 16:10

A committee of Democratic and Republican lawmakers wrote a letter on Wednesday, Nov. 24, to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) asking it to exert pressure on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to end its human rights violations before the Beijing Olympics take place. The Congressional-Executive Committee on China (CECC), a bipartisan ...

Half-eaten shark keeps hunting for new prey

Inspired Stories 11/25/21, 15:34

A marine predator refused to give up on the hunt despite losing about half of its body mass. A shark brushed off severe injuries from being half-eaten, and continued to search for food. The oceanic blacktip was recently trapped and brutally bitten multiple times by bull sharks that each weighed 300 to ...

JPMorgan CEO regrets his remarks against the Chinese regime and apologizes

U.S. 11/25/21, 15:30

The CEO of JPMorgan Chase, Jamie Dimon, said that the entity would survive the Communist Party in his speech at Boston College, Massachusetts, two days ago, creating intrigue with those words that spread through the networks.  "The Communist Party is celebrating its 100th year—so is JPMorgan. I'd make a bet that ...

The CCP’s purpose in strengthening the global supply chain

World 11/25/21, 04:54

Chinese Communist Party (CCP) expands control of global supply chains Doctor Antonio Graceffo, professor of economics and China economic analyst, in an article entitled: "China's Control of Global Supply Chains Will Extend to the Sea, Moon," mentioned that the CCP is increasing its control over the global supply chain. Antoni said that nearly ...

US blacklists dozens of Chinese entities due to security concerns

D.C. 11/25/21, 04:44

The Biden administration has added a dozen Chinese companies involved in supporting China’s military quantum computing applications to a trade blacklist. In a press release on Wednesday, Nov. 24, U.S. Commerce Department announced that its Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has issued a final rule adding 27 foreign entities and individuals to ...

China triggered as US invites Taiwan to democracy summit

Washington 11/25/21, 04:32

Beijing became agitated upon learning that the Biden administration has invited Taiwan to attend its virtual democracy summit scheduled next month.  The Summit for Democracy listed 110 world participants on Tuesday, Nov. 23, who would gather together on Dec. 9 and 10 to discuss authoritarian forces, corruption, and human rights issues.  China ...