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People’s Liberation Army Maj. Gen. Chen Wei, Zhang Boli, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Zhong Nanshan,, and Zhang Dingyul pose for photos in Beijing on September 8, 2020. Chen Wei authored two Ebola papers with ousted Canadian researcher Qiu Xiangguo and may have been personally present in the Winnipeg National Microbiology Laboratory.
Ousted Canadian BSL4 Virology Lab Researcher Authored Ebola Studies With Chinese Military General
A Chinese researcher who was suddenly removed from Canada’s Biosecurity Level 4 laboratory by federal police in May of 2019 and was later found to have shipped 30 vials of different viruses to the scandal-plagued...
A view of the South China Sea between the city of Xiamen in China, in the far distance, and the islands of Kinmen in Taiwan, in the foreground, on February 02, 2021 as seen from the airspace above Kinmen, Taiwan.
Japan and Vietnam Sign Defence Transfer Deal in Response to China’s Influence
With China’s looming presence in the South China Sea, Japan has signed a deal with Vietnam to ensure that military defence equipment and technology from Tokyo are sent to Hanoi to counter China’s influence. As...
Taiwan Air Force Repulses Mainland China Aircraft During Anti-landing Drills
In the midst of annual military drills, Taiwan’s air force has intercepted nine military aircraft of the communist People’s Liberation Army (PLA), which departed the mainland coast and ran maneuvers near the island. The mainland...
A case has been filed in the International Criminal Court opposing the mass administration of COVID-19 vaccines.
Case Filed Against COVID-19 Vaccines in International Criminal Court, Rising Infections in Vaccinated
On April 20, UK-based attorneys Melinda C. Mayne and Kaira S. McCallum submitted a 27-page “Request for Investigation” to the International Criminal Court (ICC). In the request, the duo accused members of the UK government...
In this photo illustration, the logos of the applications, Google Maps, Google and Gmail are displayed on the screen of a tablet on October 23, 2018 in Paris, France.
South Korea Curbs Google’s Abuse of Market Dominance with $177 Million Fine
According to Apple Insider, Alphabet Inc.’s Google has been fined about 207 billion Korean Won (177 million dollars) for abuse of its dominant market position in the Android operating system (OS) market. This is the...
Electric vehicles are displayed before a news conference with White House Climate Adviser Gina McCarthy and U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg about the American Jobs Plan and to highlight electric vehicles at Union Station near Capitol Hill on April 22, 2021 in Washington, DC.
New York State Passes Law to Restrict Sales of Fossil Fuel Vehicles by 2035
On Sept. 8, New York Governor Democrat Kathy Hochul signed a bill that will ban the sale of fossil fuel-based vehicles in the state beginning in 2035. The bill was passed in the New York...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom greets supporters after speaking to union workers and volunteers on election day at the IBEW Local 6 union hall on September 14, 2021 in San Francisco, California.
Newsom Beats Elder in California Recall Election
California Governor Democrat Gavin Newsom emerged victorious in a recall election that sought to remove him from office. Leading opponent Republican Larry Elder said to his supporters that although they might have “lost the battle,”...
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‘Sea Fortress’: Taiwan to Boost Military Spending by $8.7 Billion to Defend Against Communist China
The Republic of China (ROC) military will add 240 billion Taiwan dollars (US$8.7 billion) to its defense spending over the next five years to protect the island of Taiwan against the communist regime on mainland...
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US to Help Australia Build Nuclear Submarines; New Zealand Not Included in Defense Pact
The Australian government on Sept. 16 announced its cancellation of a 2016 contract with France to build a fleet of submarines, as the project is to be taken up using American nuclear technology instead. The...