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Tanzania's Magufuli: Lockdown critic, spurned China loans
Tanzania’s former Populist President John Magufuli’s state funeral commenced on March 22 before throngs of supporters. Read More.
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'Actual malice': Judge rules against NY Times in Veritas case
The New York Times "acted with actual malice" and "reckless disregard" when two of its reporters passed off opinions as fact in several articles critical of Project Veritas, a New York Supreme Court judge ruled last week. Read More.
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Border agent shares horror stories about Biden facilities
The facilities Team Biden is keeping migrants in at the U.S. southern border are overcrowded, smell of urine and vomit, and are rampant with covid, a Border Patrol agent told The Epoch Times. Read More.
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Inconvenient facts about the Boulder shooter
Before many details were known, other than a nearly-naked man being led away by police from the Boulder, Colorado massacre on Monday, the presumption was that the gunman must be a white male Trump supporter. Read More.
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Lawsuit seeks records of NIH funding tied to Wuhan lab
Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for National Institutes of Health (NIH) records of communications, contracts and agreements with the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. Read More.
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Judge blisters one-party control of U.S. media
The major media in the U.S. have essentially become the propaganda wing of the Democrat Party, a "dangerous" trend that could usher in the collapse of democracy, a federal appeals court judge said. Read More.

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