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President Trump Rebukes China with Sanctions Over Uighur Imprisonment

After ignoring the problem for some time, President Trump signed legislation called the Uighur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020. It provides for sanctions against China for imprisoning more than one million Muslim Uighurs and other ethnic groups in the country. The camps where they are being held are basically concentration camps where the interred are living in harsh conditions ...

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President Trump Wants U.S. Troop Reduction in Germany

President Trump announced on Friday that he wants to reduce the number of U.S. troops in Germany by about a quarter. This would bring down the number of troops stationed there to 25,000 from 34,500. The actual order has not yet been given. In recent months, there has been friction between the U.S. and Germany, largely because Germany has not ...

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Chinese Airlines Banned from U.S.

U.S. airline companies have been prohibited from flying to China, except for about one flight per airline per week to a destination. The U.S. allowed more flights than this to continue after the shutdown, but now the U.S. will also limit them to one flight per week per destination. Many charter flights to the U.S. have been allowed in the ...

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Occidental Petroleum Corp Is Being Sued

When Occidental Petroleum Corp (OXY.N) acquired Anadarko Petroleum Corp. back in August 2019, some information about Occidental was not revealed – investors claim. The class-action lawsuit says that Occidental did not have enough funds available to be able to handle the recent drop in oil prices after the acquisition – which resulted in its market value dropping from around $44 ...

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China Ends Freedom in Hong Kong

China has announced that Hong Kong is now under a new resolution. It has been placed under its National Security plan, which is the same form of government used in mainland China. The resolution will eliminate dissent of any kind and all foreign influence. On the first day – Wednesday, the police arrested more than 300 protestors and many journalists. ...

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Coronavirus Is Still Around

Even though most states are beginning to open up and let people enjoy greater freedom, there are many places in the United States where coronavirus is still spreading. As many as 24 states have areas in them where the statistics of new cases and deaths are rising. After Memorial Day weekend, it is likely that the number of new cases ...

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China Moves to Break Hong Kong

China is moving to tighten the noose on Hong Kong as payback for the months of disruptive protests that began last summer in response to a now-suspended extradition bill. The protest, now suspended by COVID-19, demands democratic reform and an investigation into police brutality. Beijing has described the unrest as “the worst crisis in Hong Kong” since the territory was ...

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A New Version of Coronavirus?

China has reported that there has been a new outbreak in some of its eastern provinces near Russia. The symptoms are a little different than seen earlier and seem to be focused on lung issues rather than issues that are multi-organ – as has been the case with the earlier coronavirus cases. In response, China has again placed the three ...

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Epoch Times: TheTrue Origin of the Corona Virus

Want to know the true details on where and how the coronavirus came about? The Epoch Times produced this detailed and thorough investigation of the origin of the virus. Finally, the evidence has been investigated, analyzed and assembled into a solid case against the Chinese Communist Party.

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