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New Zealand Leftists Seek Role Helping Biden Fight Coronavirus

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday said she has offered former Vice President Joe Biden “access” to her country’s health officials so that they may share their experience managing the country’s coronavirus outbreak.

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - MARCH 19: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to the house at Parliament on March 19, 2019 in Wellington, New Zealand. 50 people were killed, and dozens are still injured in hospital after a gunman opened fire on two Christchurch mosques on Friday, 15 March. The accused …

Nigeria Threatens to Sanction CNN over Protest Coverage

Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture on Thursday called for sanctions to be placed on the U.S. cable news network CNN, denying the network’s report claiming that Nigerian soldiers shot live rounds of ammunition at anti-police protesters in Lagos last month.

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 21: Protesters hold placards and signs calling for the end of police killings of the public in Nigeria, during a demonstration on October 21, 2020 in London, England. Nigerian police opened fire on protestors in Lagos yesterday after 12 days of anti-police demonstrating. Nigerians are protesting …

Chinese Universities Make ‘Xi Jinping Thought’ Part of Curriculum

Recent Chinese media reports indicate that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is forcing universities in the country to incorporate “Xi Jinping Thought,” or the socialist philosophies and writings of Chinese leader Xi Jinping, into their curriculum.

Chinese President Xi Jinping eats a Polish apples as he greets the arrival of the first China Railway Express train that rolled into the Polish capital from China ending a 13-day trip from Chengdu, capital of the central Sichuan province on June 20, 2016 in Warsaw. Chinese President Xi Jinping …

Iraq Hangs 21 ‘Terrorism’ Convicts

Iraqi authorities on Monday hanged 21 men convicted of terrorism at the country’s Nasiriyah prison, Iraq’s Interior Ministry confirmed in a statement.


Report: China to Debut ‘Blacklist’ of Taiwanese Government Leaders

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is compiling a “blacklist” of Taiwan independence activists who will face criminal prosecution by Chinese authorities for their efforts to protect the island’s democratic rule, Hong Kong-based newspaper Ta Kung Pao reported on Sunday.

A pro-China demonstrator waves a Chinese flag outside where the Twin City Forum is being held in Taipei on December 20, 2018. (Photo by HSU Tsun-hsu / AFP) (Photo credit should read HSU TSUN-HSU/AFP via Getty Images)

South Korea to Fine People for Not Wearing Masks

South Korea recorded its largest daily increase in new coronavirus cases in 70 days on Friday, the same day that the national government announced it would begin fining people $90 for failing to wear sanitary masks in public. “Korea Disease

In a photo taken on October 18, 2020 people wearing face masks walk on a street in the Hongdae district of Seoul. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) (Photo by ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images)