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Parents could lose custody of 'exemplary' sons after challenging 'gender' curriculum in Portugal
After prohibiting their two sons from taking a class in "gender equality," the parents of the two straight A students in Portugal were put through the ringer by government officials, a report said. Read More.
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Russia consolidates gains in eastern Ukraine, controls Luhansk
The entire eastern region of Ukraine effectively came under Russian control over the weekend, according to Russia's Defense Ministry. Read More.
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25 years later, Hong Kong has lost its freedom and China is still communist
How time flies. It’s been 25 years since Hong Kong returned to Chinese control, a quarter century since the prosperous British Crown Colony became a semi-autonomous part of the People’s Republic of China, the world’s largest dictatorship. Read More.
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Zelensky: Ukraine wants more money
The total amount of U.S. taxpayer money either already sent to or pledged by Team Biden to Ukraine is nearing the $50 billion mark. That apparently isn't enough for President Volodymyr Zelensky. Read More.
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China’s Confucius Institutes, shuttered in Trump era, resurface with new names
Viewing them as major national security threats, the Trump administration precipitated the closing of some 100 Beijing-linked Confucius Institutes across the United States. Read More.
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China stakes claim to Taiwan Strait; 'International waters,' says U.S.
Is China drawing yet another provocative red line, this time in the narrow but strategic Taiwan Strait? Read More.
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Analyst recommends counter-intimidation tactics by Taiwan, U.S. to restrain communist China
Each time it is allowed to get away with "minor aggressions," the communist leadership in Beijing becomes more confident that China can invade and take over Taiwan, an analyst said. Read More.
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Global investments rebound, but 'unlikely to be sustained'
Foreign investment flows worldwide have rebounded to pre-pandemic levels reaching nearly $1.6 trillion. That’s the good news. Yet as a new report warns, the war in Ukraine and widening global uncertainty make the prospects for expansion appear grim. Read More.
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Reports: Team Biden sets stage to reverse U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
The Biden administration is moving forward with a plan to establish a new Office of Palestinian Affairs in Jerusalem that will act independently of the U.S. ambassador to Israel’s office, reports say. Read More.
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Biden's Summit of the Americas: Almost no one showed and nothing was accomplished
While many of their citizens were availing themselves of Joe Biden’s open borders, many of the leaders of Central and South America boycotted the 2022 Summit of the Americas hosted by Team Biden in Los Angeles last week. Read More.
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Research: Chinese doctors executed prisoners by harvesting hearts, lungs
Chinese medical doctors were responsible for executing prisoners by removing their hearts and lungs for transplant. Many of the prisoners were still alive while their organs were being harvested, researchers have discovered. Read More.
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Communist spy was honored by Seoul's anti-communist intelligence agency
In June of last year, the leftist administration of President Moon Jae-In honored notorious communist spy Shin Young-Bok. Read More.
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Content moderator in Kenya sues Facebook: 'Severe PTSD' after exposure to graphic content
A South African man who was hired as a content moderator for Facebook in Kenya says he is "living a horror movie" after being subjected, without being forewarned, to graphic violent content and a toxic working environment. Read More.
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Taiwan’s president on Tiananmen anniversary: We ‘will not forget the young people who sacrificed themselves’
Since communist authorities ban any public commemoration of the event on the Chinese mainland and are cracking down on anything regarded as dissent in Hong Kong, Taiwan's president took up the mantle of remembrance for the Tiananmen Square massacre. Read More.
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Africa's first Covid vax plant set to close ... no orders
In November, the South Africa-based pharmaceutical company Aspen Pharmacare got a licensing deal to package and sell Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine and distribute it across Africa. That facility is now on the brink of shutting down. Why? Because it has received zero orders. Read More.

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