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US Lawmakers Introduce Bill About Xinjiang Uygur Camps In China

The United States Donald Trump has been urged to take a stronger stance in condemning the treatment of Muslim minorities in the far western region of Xinjiang in China in a legislation which was introduced in the Congress by a bipartisan group of lawmakers. The proposed legislation cited “pervasive...

European Council agrees to extend Brexit again

The European Council has decided to extend the Brexit term until January 31, 2020, according to an official communiqué circulated in Brussels on Tuesday evening. "The European Council decided to extend the term in accordance with Article 50.3 (Treaty of the European Union) in the context of the...

Pressure From China Forces Maserati To Dissociate From Film Awards Event In Taiwan

The tensions between China and Taiwan, which Beijing claims as its territory, has plunged another Westenrn company into damage control mode.   A local dealer of the Italian luxury car brand Maserati and one that is linked to the Golden Horse Awards of Taiwan has been asked by the Italian...

China to replace Hong Kong's Carrie Lam

Carrie Lam's interim successor may be appointed by March. As the Financial Times learned, the Chinese government is preparing a plan to replace Carrie Lam as Head of the Hong Kong administration. According to the publication, if the decision is approved by Xi Jinping, the interim head of the...

Iran warns of new reduction in nuclear deal liabilities

Iran is getting ready to take a new step to reduce its obligations under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said. "We are preparing for the fourth step to reduce obligations on the nuclear deal. Tehran hopes that Europe will fulfill its...

Dominican Republic lost $ 200 million because of scandal with tourists death

The Dominican Republic travel industry lost $ 200 million amid reports of the death of American tourists in the country, Dominican Today reports. "The flow of tourists to the Dominican Republic from North America and Europe has declined amid reports of the death of tourists. From June to September,...

France: We will take measures to protect our military in Syria

Amid the ongoing Turkish military operation in northeastern Syria, France decided to take the necessary measures to secure its military and civilians in the region, AFP reported. A day earlier, the United States announced its readiness to withdraw about a thousand US troops from the territory of...

Paralyzed Hong Kong: Protests don't fade

Protests in Hong Kong continue, and their intensity is not going to subside. In Beijing, fears are growing that the riots may spread to other explosive locations in the country - Tibet and Xinjiang. Protests have been shaking Hong Kong since the spring of 2019. Despite the fact that by now the...

Johnson unveils Brexit compromise deal considering Irish issue

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled his compromise proposals to the EU on Brexit terms. First of all, they relate to the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, says BBC News. Johnson proposed that Ireland and Northern Ireland remain a single space, and Northern Ireland remain on...

African swine fever at Europe’s borders: time for an embargo?

As experts warned, the international outbreak of hemorrhagic fever (African swine fever – ASF) is devasting livestock populations in China and other parts of Asia. When cases of infection appeared last year, analysts predicted that China would be unable to control the spread, and that by the time...
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