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New South Wales police monitor an apartment block in Botany Street in Bondi on July 14, 2021 in Sydney, Australia. Police are searching the deliveries of residents at Common Down in Camperdown in Sydney and confiscating alcohol and cigarettes, enforcing the same restrictions as those who are sent to government quarantine camps are subject to.
Aussie Police Searching Deliveries to Locked Down Apartment Complexes
Police in the state of New South Wales, one of Australia’s most heavy-handed users of lockdowns and civil...
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Beijing Warns US Over Aircraft Detected Near Taiwan
A Chinese air force radio operator recently attempted to expel an American military aircraft in the midst...
People’s Liberation Army Sends 19 Combat Aircraft Into Taiwan’s ADIZ
In light of movement by mainland Chinese military forces, Taiwan’s defense ministry has reported at least...
Japanese Prime Minister Candidate Calls for Increased Missile-Strike Capabilities to ‘Resist Authoritarianism
One of the top two candidates vying to become Japan’s next Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, has said in...
Sweden has banned Israeli travelers due to the country's high rate of COVID-19 infections.
After Portugal, Israeli Travelers Now Banned in Sweden Despite High Vaccination Rate
Sweden has announced a ban on travelers from Israel, despite the fact that the Middle East nation is...
Police intervene in the activities of beachgoers in Melbourne on September 2, 2021, a city whose citizens have suffered more than 200 days of lockdown since the pandemic began. Some worry a social credit score is coming to Australia after a television segment from April promoting a federal parliamentary proposal to require identification to use social media resurfaced.
Australians Worry About Possible Social Credit Score After TV News Segment Resurfaces
A resurfaced Australian television segment promoting an initiative recommended by a federal parliamentary...
The Australian military monitors the public on August 17, 2021 in Sydney, Australia. The state of South Australia recently deployed a phone app that uses geolocation and facial recognition to enforce 14-day home quarantine.
South Australia Deploys Facial Recognition Quarantine App
The state of South Australia has rolled out an app that relies on geolocation and facial recognition-based...
Hong Kong Population Falls as Professionals Escape China’s National Security Law
More than a year after Hong Kong imposed the National Security Law (NSL), the city continues to see an...
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China Suspended Operation of a Japanese-themed Complex Just 2 Weeks After It Opened
A Japanese-themed cultural and residential project, that recently opened in the city of Dalian in northeast...