Xinjiang Concentration Camp victims will march alongside activists in the US capital from the White House to the US State Department
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Burmese Military Displaces 250,000
The OCHA has now said that around 180,000 have been displaced in the state of Kayin in the east of the country on the Thai border
Why The Lab Leak Theory May Not Be A Conspiracy!
This gave Beijing sufficient time to erase all the evidence
Phuket In Thailand To Reopen To Tourism
over 600,000 expected to flock to Phuket
Uyghurs Condemn Silence of Muslim World, Praise Western World
Uyghurs Condemn Silence of Muslim World
Israel Stands Up To China Over Uyghurs
forced sterilization, sexual and gender-based violence, and forced separation of children from their parents
Taiwan’s Water Shortage – A New Norm
Taiwan’s government and our people should learn from others’ experiences, otherwise the situation will become worse – a lot worse.
Uyghurs Welcome New ICC Chief Prosecutor
urge him to investigate Chinese officials for genocide WASHINGTON: – British barrister Karim Khan (pictured above) was sworn in as the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor on Wednesday, in The Hague. Khan pledged to reach out to nations that are not members of the court and try to hold trials in countries where crimes are committed. The East Turkistan Government in Exile (ETGE) welcomes KhanContinue reading “Uyghurs Welcome New ICC Chief Prosecutor”
Taiwan African Ally Elects New Capital Mayor
The new mayor must start with a clean slate, and understand what kind of institution he is taking over.
Guangzhou COVID Cases Has China Worried
The embarrassment of admitting the disruption and chaos caused by a pathogen born on Chinese soil, and the instinct of Chinese officials to immediately squash bad news are being put to the test