Activists protest against Google’s ‘Project Dragonfly’ Chinese search engine

Protesters gathered outside the offices of Google in London on Friday to demonstrate against its controversial Project Dragonfly, a censored search engine for China. A...

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CTA President discusses Global Challenges of China at the Forum 2000

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Suspect in Salisbury poisoning receives hero’s honor in Russia, Bellingcat says

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Delaware police charge 4 youths, ages 12 to 14, in rape of juvenile

Four males aged 12 to 14 were arrested in connection with the rape and kidnapping of a juvenile in December, according to statement from police...

How an engineer and a crack dealer teamed up to sell scores of unlicensed guns

They were an unlikely duo: An aerospace engineer with a government security clearance and a house in the suburbs, and a gun-toting crack dealer...

Uyghur refugee tells of death and fear inside China’s Xinjiang camps

The children's eyes light up when their mother pulls out a photo of her triplets taken shortly after their birth in 2015. "Moez!" three-year old...

Prince Philip spotted driving without a seatbelt 48 hours after car crash

Britain's Prince Philip has been spotted driving without a seat belt just 48 hours after his car crash in which the 97-year-old's Land Rover flipped onto its...

Teens in Make America Great Again hats taunted a Native American elder at the Lincoln Memorial

A crowd of teenagers surrounded a Native American elder and other activists and mocked them after Friday's Indigenous Peoples March at the Lincoln Memorial. Videos...

At least 14 killed as Kenya hotel siege is declared over

An American and a Briton were confirmed to be among at least 14 people killed in a terrifying attack at a hotel complex in Nairobi as it was brought to an end Wednesday. The hours-long assault, launched...

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Activists protest against Google’s ‘Project Dragonfly’ Chinese search engine

Protesters gathered outside the offices of Google in London on Friday to demonstrate against its controversial Project Dragonfly, a censored search engine for China. A...

Tibet sees 79% decline in illegal entry, exit from June to Dec 2018: Report

China's southwest Tibet Autonomous Region has registered a steep 79 per cent decline in illegal entry and exit of Tibetans in the second half of last year...

China ramps up brainwashing campaign in Tibet

A video showing China's attempts to ideologically "educate" ethnic people in Tibet by brainwashing them into submission — a policy that extends to monks and...

Is India ready? China steps up military build-up in Tibet as America passes law of Reciprocal Access

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Beijing’s foreign tourism push in Tibet seen as economic, not response to political pressure

Beijing’s decision to slash waiting times for foreign tourists applying to visit Tibet reflects the authorities’ confidence and was likely motivated by economic considerations...