China’s alarming nuclear weapons development draws strong criticism from NATO

U.S. 09/08/21, 02:14

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, during a press conference on Monday, Sept. 6 in Copenhagen, expressed concern over the vast expansion of the Chinese communist regime's nuclear arsenal, which includes more warheads and a more sophisticated delivery system.  Outlining priorities for global nuclear disarmament at NATO's annual arms control conference, Stoltenberg said ...

Vatican deepens ties with Beijing, appoints new bishop close to regime

Europe 09/06/21, 21:43

Earth's highest Catholic institution appointed a communist sympathizer on Sept. 5. The Vatican faces a new scandal after controversially accepted Father Joseph Cui Qingqi's nomination for Wuhan's next bishop. Cui will be ordained at the Cathedral of St. Joseph, on Sept 8. This is despite him being the only candidate the Beijing-linked ...

Taliban declares China is ‘main partner’ in rebuilding Afghanistan

Middle East 09/03/21, 19:30

An Afghan militant group confirmed Beijing will be its "principal partner" in the strongest indication yet of formal diplomatic relations on Sept. 1. "China will be our main partner and represents a great opportunity for us, because it is ready to invest in our country and support reconstruction efforts," Taliban spokesman ...

US halts imports of solar panels made with possible slave labor in China

U.S. 08/28/21, 18:39

U.S. Customs has begun halting the entry of Chinese-made solar panels into the country after strong indications that they are being built with slave labor. The measures adopted by the customs authorities come after the Customs and Border Protection Agency (CBP) enacted in June an import ban on solar products containing ...

Beijing censorship targets Hong Kong’s film, television industries

World 08/24/21, 23:09

A new controversial bill will soon be debated in the Legislative Council of Hong Kong. It punishes anyone who shows films or television programs that encourage dissent. Broadcasters could be jailed for up to three years and fined $128,000, for publicly transmitting content that contradicts the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP's) so-called ...

Chinese regime taunts Taiwan with military drills near island

World 08/17/21, 22:39

Beijing launched new air and sea attack drills near Taiwan to intimidate the breakaway province on Aug. 16. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) deployed warships, fighter jets, and anti-submarine aircraft southwest and southeast of the island. The order came in response to what the CCP calls "external interference and provocations by ...

Bill Gates lobbies for passage of infrastructure bill by offering billion-dollar sum

U.S. 08/14/21, 17:36

Multibillionaire tycoon Bill Gates has offered to contribute an additional $1.5 billion if House lawmakers join Democrats in passing the infrastructure bill, CNBC reported. Bill Gates' investment fund will commit that billion-dollar figure to support climate projects—in conjunction with the federal government—for example, aimed at developing technologies that reduce carbon emissions. A ...

‘We are small but tough’: Lithuania stands up to Beijing’s threats

Europe 08/13/21, 16:02

On Tuesday, August 10, the Chinese Communist Party withdrew its ambassador from Lithuania in response to the announcement that Taiwan will open an office in the European country under the name 'Taiwan.' Using its state media, the CCP threatened to 'punish' Lithuania for crossing the 'red line,' but a Lithuanian ...

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