China flooding: Death toll exceeds 300

World 08/02/21, 16:03

China on Monday, August 2 confirmed the updated death toll of the recent floods, which had escalated to more than 302 victims, and 50 others remain missing.  The central region of China was hit with torrential rains on July 20, which in sequence came along with devastating floods that caused landslides ...

Ancient city in China hit by massive sandstorm

China 07/27/21, 03:35

On Sunday, July 25, just after 3 pm local time, a massive sandstorm approached a historic city in China's northwestern region, devouring its buildings and covering everything in dust. According to the regional meteorological department, a sandstorm of more than 100-meter height has swept across Dunhuang City in China's Gansu Province, ...

TikTok influencer falls 160 feet to her death during broadcast

World 07/25/21, 21:20

A tower crane operator allegedly suffered a fatal fall because she was too busy looking at her cellphone. Xiao Qiumei became an internet sensation for sharing footage of her workplace, and her social media stunts quickly attracted 100,000 followers. However, the 23-year-old was so focused on her July 20 broadcast that she ...

Chinese regime should shut down nuclear power facility warns co-owner

Europe 07/23/21, 20:56

A joint nuclear power plant owner in China reported issues with the facility have become too severe to continue operating on July 22. Electricite de France (EDF) confirmed multiple fuel rods were damaged at Taishan Nuclear Power Plant. This forced the operation to temporarily cease work in China's southern Guangdong province. An ...

China declines WHO terms for deeper probe into COVID-19 origin

News 07/22/21, 18:03

A top Chinese health official on Thursday rejected an offer by the World Health Organization (WHO) to conduct further research into the background of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus (COVID-19), which aims to explore the lab-leak theory that has gained more traction since May.  “It is impossible for us to ...

Alert in China: Could the Three Gorges dam collapse? (Shocking videos)

World 07/21/21, 18:13

China is experiencing crucial times. Torrential rains have caused devastating floods in the central region of the Asian country. Three dams have already collapsed and another one has been dynamited in view of its imminent collapse. https://twitter.com/jenniferatntd/status/1417844590183436291 The dead are in the dozens and all eyes are now on the world's largest ...

US allies accuse Beijing of major Microsoft cyber attack

Australia & Oceania 07/20/21, 23:46

America, Australia, the European Union, United Kingdom, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and other countries publicly criticized the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). U.S. allies joined in blaming the CCP for orchestrating a major cyberattack on Microsoft and other breaches. "[China's] Ministry of State Security (MSS) has fostered an ecosystem of criminal contract hackers ...

Norway accuses China of cyber-attack on parliament

Europe 07/20/21, 01:42

Norway on Monday, July 19 concluded that China was responsible for the March 10 cyber breach on its parliament's e-mail system.  “This was a very serious incident affecting our most important democratic institution,” Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ine Eriksen Søreide said in a statement. “Following a detailed intelligence assessment, it ...

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

U.S. 07/09/21, 04:15

As this country's biggest rivals are accumulating nuclear weapons, the U.S. claims there is a "increased potential" threat of coming nuclear warfare. According to a newly released 2020 Pentagon study on nuclear activities, Russia and China have been upgrading and increasing their respective arsenals over the previous decade. North Korea has escalated ...

France: Zara and Uniqlo investigated for crimes against humanity for using slave labor

Europe 07/06/21, 15:18

France's National Anti-Terrorist Prosecutor's Office (PNAT) opened a criminal investigation for 'crimes against humanity' against four clothing manufacturing companies including Spanish brand Zara and Japanese brand Uniqlo for using slave labor from Xinjiang province. The criminal investigation was opened in April by the Crimes Against Humanity Unit of the National Anti-Terrorism ...

China’s Xi warns that ‘foreign bullies’ will face violence

U.S. 07/02/21, 01:10

Celebrating the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP's) 100th anniversary on Thursday, July 1, its leader President Xi Jinping sent a pugnacious caution to foreign bullies, promising they will "get their heads bashed."  The hostile warning came after Xi pledged to fulfill the CCP's “historic mission” to take over Taiwan with Chinese fighter ...

House Republicans present plan to hold CCP accountable for the pandemic

U.S. 06/21/21, 16:50

House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy on Monday, June 21, unveiled a comprehensive plan to hold the CCP accountable for the pandemic that includes canceling the Beijing Winter Olympics, stripping it of immunity so Americans can sue it for material losses and deaths, investigating the WHO and firing its director Tedros, ...

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