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Gold Medalist Javad Foroughi of Team Iran poses on the podium following the 10m Air Pistol Men's event on day one of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Asaka Shooting Range on July 24, 2021 in Asaka, Saitama, Japan.
Tokyo Olympics: Korean Shooter Calls Iranian Revolutionary Guard and Gold Medalist a “Terrorist”
The gold medal for the 10-meter air pistol shooting event at the Tokyo Olympics was won by Iran’s Javad Foroughi. However, his win turned into an online scandal after North Korean shooter Jin Jong-oh, who...
LinkedIn censored British former journalist Peter Humphrey for a second time, most recently for calling China an "oppressive dictatorship.”
LinkedIn Appeases CCP, Censors British Citizen for Criticizing Chinese Government
Peter Humphrey, a British citizen and vocal critic of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), was temporarily censored by LinkedIn. His account was frozen, and his comments criticizing Beijing were removed from the platform. Previously, while...
The logo of CGTN Europe is pictured on a sign outside an office block that houses the offices of China Global Television Network, in Chiswick Park, west London on February 4, 2021. The UK's broadcast regulator revoked the licence of Communist Party news network CGTN after finding its state-backed ownership structure flouted British law.
Europe Cracks Down on Beijing Mouthpiece CGTN After Forced Confession Complaints
Norwegian broadcaster Telia has stopped airing Chinese state-backed media outlet CGTN after receiving a letter from victims of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) practice of extracting forced confessions from those it persecutes.  The letter, signed...
Australian broadcaster SBS, which airs programs showcasing the country’s multiculturalism, has suspended Chinese media outlets CGTN and CCTV after receiving a complaint against the channels from human rights organization Safeguard Defenders.
CCP’s Forced Confessions: Australian Broadcaster Suspends Chinese Media Outlets
Australian broadcaster SBS, which airs programs showcasing its multiculturalism, has suspended Chinese media outlets CGTN and CCTV after receiving a complaint against the channels from the human rights organization Safeguard Defenders. The complaint states that...