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CHRF: Hong Kong group behind huge democracy rallies disbands | Protests News

Civil Human Rights Front says its decision comes amid suppression and ‘unprecedented severe challenges’ to civil society in Hong Kong.Hong Kong’s Civil Human...

‘COVID-zero’ China, jobs galore, and a woman rises as Cuomo falls | Business and Economy News

Bitcoin seems to be once again closing in on $50,000, Turkey’s central bank has resisted calls from the president to cut its interest...

Is China’s port closure a canary in a COVID mine? | Business and Economy News

After China closed a terminal at the world’s third busiest container port when a worker there tested positive for COVID-19, concerns are growing...

WHO scientist puts COVID lab leak theory back under spotlight | World Health Organization News

Head of WHO mission probing pandemic origins says virus may have started with a Wuhan lab staffer becoming infected.The idea that the coronavirus...

WHO urges China to share raw data on origins of coronavirus | Coronavirus pandemic News

The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged China to share the raw data from its earliest cases of the coronavirus, which first emerged...

China cities declare rain ‘red alerts’ as flood death toll climbs | Climate Change News

Torrential rain left 21 people dead and forced the evacuation of nearly 6,000 people in the province of Hubei.Five cities in the central...

China shuts terminal at world’s 3rd busiest port after COVID case | Business and Economy

China partly shut the world’s third-busiest container port after a worker became infected with COVID-19, raising fears that it could further strain shipping and drive...

In ‘COVID-Zero’ China, paranoia thrives as tourism withers | Business and Economy News

Shenzhen, China – August was supposed to have been the biggest travel month of the year outside of the Lunar New Year holiday...

China signals crackdown on privacy, data, monopolies to continue | Politics News

China’s leadership announces plans to draft new laws on national security, technology and monopolies.China’s leadership has unveiled plans to draft new laws on...

Canada to appeal ‘unjust’ conviction of businessman in China | Courts News

Canadian foreign minister says Michael Spavor’s conviction for spying in China is the result of a ‘sham trial’.Canada is planning to appeal the...
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Deaths, gunshots reported at Kabul airport as chaos continues | Asia News

All commercial flights cancelled as five people were reportedly killed at the airport as people scramble to leave Afghanistan.At least five people have...

Taliban takes over Kabul, investors worry about the neighbourhood | Business and Economy News

The Taliban’s rapid advance towards Kabul is causing concern not only about Afghanistan’s future but also about the impact on other countries in...

Four Palestinians shot and killed in Israeli army raid in Jenin | Israel-Palestine conflict News

At least four Palestinian men have been shot dead during confrontations with the Israeli army in the Jenin refugee camp in the north...

‘Bring then to safety’: Desperate pleas from Afghan Australians | Human Rights News

Thousands of Afghan Australians are desperately pleading with the Australian government to rescue their wives and children from Kabul as the Taliban takes...