Gabrielle Reyes

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Epoch Times Reporter Suffers Baseball Bat Attack in Hong Kong

An unknown assailant attacked an Epoch Times reporter with a baseball bat in Hong Kong on Tuesday, multiple news outlets reported. “At about 11 a.m. today, an unidentified man attacked [Sarah] Liang, a reporter for The Epoch Times, outside of

An unknown assailant attacked an Epoch Times reporter with a baseball bat in Hong Kong on Tuesday, multiple news outlets reported.

Japan Processes Record Number of Chinese Refugees in 2020

Chinese nationals accounted for nearly one-quarter of the foreigners granted refugee status in Japan in 2020, a record high number despite a significant drop in overall refugee applications in Japan last year due to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

The Japanese national flag is seen at the Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo on March 16, 2020. - The Bank of Japan on March 16 unveiled a series of emergency monetary policy measures to shore up the world's third-largest economy, as the coronavirus pandemic threatens a global recession. (Photo …

Iraq: Anti-Government Protesters Set Fire to Iran Consulate

Anti-government protesters in the central Iraqi city of Karbala set fire to the outer gates of the city’s Iranian consulate on Sunday after unidentified gunmen killed an Iraqi activist in Karbala earlier the same day.

TOPSHOT - Iraqi protesters burn tyres in front of the Karbala governorate headquarters in the central city of Karbala, early on May 9, 2021, following the reported assassination of a local anti-government activist. - Renowned anti-government activist Ihab al-Wazni (Ehab al-Ouazni) was killed in Iraq early today, security sources and …

Pakistan Imposes End of Ramadan Lockdown amid Coronavirus Surge

Pakistan’s government has ordered a nationwide lockdown from May 8-16 during the Islamic Eid al-Fitr holiday — traditionally a peak time for travel and shopping — to curb the spread of the Chinese coronavirus amid a surge in cases across the country.

Paramilitary soldiers patrol near the Pakistan Stock Exchange building following an attack by gunmen in Karachi on June 29, 2020. - At least six people were killed when gunmen attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi on June 9, with a policeman among the dead after the assailants opened fire …

Indians Using Fake IDs with Donald Trump’s Name to Thwart Lockdown

Police in northern India’s Himachal Pradesh are investigating at least two cases of people using fake Chinese coronavirus E-passes — one bearing the name of former U.S. President Donald Trump and another of the famous Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan — to enter the region during an ongoing coronavirus lockdown.

Police personnel patrol a market area during a lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the Covid-19 Coronavirus, in Amritsar on May 10, 2021. (Photo by NARINDER NANU / AFP) (Photo by NARINDER NANU/AFP via Getty Images)

China’s U.S. Envoy: ‘Social Media Influencers’ Disprove Uyghur Genocide

China’s ambassador to the U.S. on Friday cited the presence of “social media influencers” in China’s western territory of Xinjiang as proof “stability has returned” to the region since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) launched a genocide against Muslim Uyghurs in the territory in 2017.

An August 23, 2014 photo shows China's Ambassador to the US, Cui Tiankai, attending a birthday ceremony for Bao Bao the baby Panda at the National Zoo on August 23, 2014 in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

U.S. Fines Honeywell $13 Million for Sharing Military Specs with China

The U.S. State Department said this week it recently fined U.S. defense contractor Honeywell $13 million after the company was found to have “harmed national security” by sharing sensitive information about U.S. military aircraft with China and other countries.

This picture taken on November 18, 2019 shows a Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor all-weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft on display during the 2019 Dubai Airshow. (Photo by KARIM SAHIB / AFP) (Photo by KARIM SAHIB/AFP via Getty Images)

Ramadan Barely Present in Uyghur Region After Years of Chinese Repression

Uyghur Muslims in China’s western territory of Xinjiang have largely refrained from participating in traditional religious rituals associated with the Islamic holiday of Ramadan such as dawn-to-dusk fasting and increased prayer over the past month due to the Chinese government’s crackdown on Islam in the region.

Uyghurs and other members of the faithful pray at the Id Kah Mosque in Kashgar in western China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, as seen during a government organized trip for foreign journalists, Monday, April 19, 2021. A human rights group is appealing to the United Nations to investigate allegations China's …

Oxygen, Antivirals Sold in India’s Coronavirus ‘Black Market’

Delhi police have “arrested more than 90 people” in recent weeks for selling or attempting to sell medical supplies including oxygen and antiviral drugs to families of coronavirus patients at exorbitant prices, the Hindustan Times reported Thursday.

A man holds boxes of Remdesivir, an antiviral drug used to treat Covid-19 coroanavirus symptoms, purchased from government dispensary in Chennai on April 27, 2021. (Photo by Arun SANKAR / AFP) (Photo by ARUN SANKAR/AFP via Getty Images)

Ebola Outbreak in Congo Ends, in Part Due to Vaccines

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) this week declared the end of an Ebola epidemic in the eastern province of North Kivu, with health officials crediting the development to a recent Ebola vaccine campaign in the area.

A girl is getting inoculated with an Ebola vaccine on November 22, 2019 in Goma. (Photo by PAMELA TULIZO / AFP) (Photo by PAMELA TULIZO/AFP via Getty Images)

Indian Delegates Test Positive for Coronavirus at G7 Summit

India’s foreign minister was forced to cut short his in-person attendance of the Group of Seven (G7) summit in London on Wednesday after two members of his delegation tested positive for the Chinese coronavirus.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken attends a press conference with India's Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar following a bilateral meeting in London on May 3, 2021, during the G7 foreign ministers meeting. - Britain this week hosts the first face-to-face meeting of G7 foreign ministers in two years, joined by …

Japan’s Child Population Hits All-Time Low

Japan’s child population reached an all-time low last month after almost five decades of consistent decline, Japanese government data released on Tuesday revealed.

Six-year-old Japanese elemetary student Seishi Nishida (C) raises his hand along with classmates at school in Tokyo on June 11, 2013. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP via Getty Images)

UAE Scientist Studying Coronavirus Antibodies in Camels

A scientist from the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) is injecting dead samples of the Chinese coronavirus into camels to study antibodies produced by the animals in response, Al Arabiya reported on Monday.

Camels are seen during a beauty contest as part of the annual King Abdulaziz Camel Festival in Rumah, some 160 kilometres east of Riyadh, on January 19, 2018. The 28-day King Abdulaziz Camel Festival features races and camels beauty contest, known as Miss Camel with prizes amounting to $30 million. …

Leftists Call for Nationwide ‘Full Lockdown’ in India

Leftist politicians in India are calling for the country to enter a “full lockdown” to curb transmission of the Chinese coronavirus as India continues to battle a massive surge in coronavirus cases and deaths nationwide.

Relatives push a stretcher with the body of a victim who died due to the Covid-19 coronavirus past a funeral pyre at a cremation ground in New Delhi on May 5, 2021. (Photo by SAJJAD HUSSAIN / AFP) (Photo by SAJJAD HUSSAIN/AFP via Getty Images)