Radio Free Asia (RFA) revealed on Thursday that Chinese officials in Xinjiang have begun proceedings to destroy yet another Uyghur cemetery in the heart of the Uyghur homeland, Xinjiang's capital Urumqi.
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who helps preside over a regime that funds jihadist terrorist groups such as Hezbollah and routinely threatens the destruction of Israel, attempted to lecture President Donald Trump on Thursday about bringing a Bible to St.
Protests and violent riots throughout the United States, nominally expressing outrage over the death of Minnesota man George Floyd, attracted Latin American leftist iconography this week – not a coincidence given months of violent riots throughout South America, observers told Breitbart News.
Chinese dissidents and human rights advocates gathered online Wednesday evening for a candlelight vigil to remember those killed during the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, urging the world not to look away or tolerate communist China's crimes.
Thousands of Hong Kong residents flooded city squares throughout the region to observe the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre on Thursday, despite pro-China authorities banning assemblies in honor of the event.
A petition circulating in Hong Kong claiming to include signatures by famous artists and celebrities supporting the Communist Party's "national security" law expanding Beijing's power in the city featured names of people no one ever asked to sign anything, the celebrities in question said this weekend.
China's state-runGlobal Timespropaganda newspaper fretted on Tuesday that President Donald Trump may use a nuclear weapon against rioters destroying neighborhoods in the nation's biggest cities, declaring America a "failed state.
Multiple reports have surfaced in the past week of communists allied with the Sandinista movement in Nicaragua, the chavista regime in Venezuela, and other Latin American leftists surfacing at protests and riots allegedly meant to condemn American police brutality.
Iran's Foreign Ministry issued a statement of support to violent rioters burning down homes and businesses throughout the United States this weekend, asserting on Monday, "the world is standing with you.
China's state-run propaganda newspaperGlobal Times repeatedly gloated this weekend over the widespread destruction by radical leftists in the United States, claiming on Monday that "Chinese netizens are cheering" looting and vandalism.
Hong Kong police confirmed on Friday the arrest of nearly 100 minors during law enforcement attacks on peaceful protesters this week, actions that resulted in nearly 400 arrests.
The governor of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Joao Doria, announced on Wednesday that the state and its eponymous city would officially extend Chinese coronavirus measures through June 15 – but restrictions on some economic activity will ease as early as June 1.
America's mission to the United Nations revealed on Wednesday that it had requested a Security Council meeting to discuss China's unlawful takeover of "national security" in Hong Kong, but as China is one of the most powerful members on the council, it blocked the meeting.
China's National People's Congress (NPC), its rubber-stamp legislature, passed a draft law on Thursday eliminating Hong Kong's autonomy, allowing the Communist Party to punish anyone in the nominally autonomous city for crimes such as "secession" and "acts against national security.
China's National People's Congress (NPC), one of its two communist legislative chambers, proposed drafting a sovereign immunity law on Wednesday to allow Chinese people to sue the American state in courts, an act of revenge for mounting litigation against China.
Thousands of fully armed riot police took the streets of Hong Kong on Wednesday to crack down on multiple peaceful protests organized against legislation that pro-democracy activists say would criminalize dissent against the Chinese Communist Party, arresting around 300 people, including many minors.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro welcomed the arrival of the first of five Iranian oil tankers shipping much-needed fuel to the OPEC member nation on Monday, marking the end of Ramadan and branding the tankers a challenge to "supremacist empire" America.
A page on WeChat, a Chinese social media site, claimed that American officials have been "processing dead bodies" of Chinese coronavirus victims into burgers and feeding them to the masses, theSouth China Morning Postrevealed on Tuesday, claiming Beijing had shut the page down.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam told reporters at a press briefing Tuesday that alarm over a proposed "national security" bill in Beijing, intended to silence the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement, was overblown, and that the city continues to be a free society, "for the time being.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro once again joined a large crowd of supporters on the streets on Sunday, this time in Brasilia, hugging children and shaking hands in defiance of medical advice to engage in social distancing.
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged the world in remarks Sunday to "champion" global governance and globalization in light of the ongoing Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping once again made public remarks admitting major shortcomings in Communist Party public health management, telling a delegation from Hubei province on Sunday to make "prompt efforts" to fix "weak links" in the system.
Daniel Llorente Miranda marked one year this month away from his native Cuba after Communist Party agents forced him on a one-way flight to Guyana. Trapped in a foreign land with no travel documentation, few income options, and an increasingly cold shoulder from the United Nations, Llorente told Breitbart News this week he is running out of options for survival.
Former Brazilian Justice Minister Sergio Moro toldTimemagazine in an interview Friday that he left the government of President Jair Bolsonaro because he did not feel it was doing enough to fight corruption.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro announced military exercises had taken place on Thursday in anticipation of potential American military activity to prevent a group of Iranian oil tankers from arriving in the South American country.
The leader of Russia's majority-Muslim Chechnya region, Ramzan Kadyrov, is in Moscow with a suspected case of the Chinese coronavirus, Russian media reported on Thursday. No government officials have confirmed the news, but Kadyrov has remained out of the public eye in recent days.
The Chinese communist regime opened the first of its annual "Two Sessions" of lawmaking bodies, that of theChinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee, on Thursday, after postponing it due to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
ThePeople's Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), published a story Wednesday highlighting calls from Moscow to investigate American biological laboratories and linking them to the ongoing Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Hong Kong television broadcaster RTHK announced on Tuesday that it would indefinitely suspend production ofHeadliner, a comedy show that has aired since 1989, after the government began harassing the channel over a law enforcement parody in February.
Tsai Ing-wen delivered her second inauguration speech on Wednesday, vowing that she would continue to lead Taiwan "in the values of democracy and freedom" and rejecting China's efforts to colonize the island.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping promised the world free Chinese coronavirus vaccines, paid for by Beijing, during Monday's World Health Assembly session. Xi made this vow after years of scandals at home fueled by the corrupt and incompetent manufacturing of much simpler vaccines for diseases such as polio.
The democratic government of Taiwan announced on Tuesday its twelfth day of no new Chinese coronavirus cases in the country and thirty-seventh day since identifying a documented domestic case.
A national poll published this week by the firm Meganálisis found that nearly 90 percent of Venezuelans do not believe that President Juan Guaidó is capable of governing the country about a year and a half into his presidency.
The Chinese state propaganda newspaperGlobal Times published a column on Monday declaring that the Chinese people are undergoing a cultural "Enlightenment" during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic that makes their culture and society superior to the West.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping announced during a speech to the World Health Assembly on Monday that China would partner with the United Nations to build a public health "global humanitarian response hub" in China to control future pandemic responses.
Multiple Chinese-language outlets reported this week of the death of Dr. Ma Huafeng, a doctor fighting the Chinese coronavirus on the front lines at a hospital in Hubei province, of suicide, along with his son.
The Chinese state newspaperGlobal Times cited "Chinese military experts" on Thursday urging Beijing to join hands with the government of Russia and demand an international probe into American biological laboratories, an effort to fuel the Communist Party conspiracy theory that the U.S.
Japanese Health Ministry found a 20-percent decrease in the number of suicides between April 2020 and April 2019, it revealed this week – a notable decline, particularly given that suicide hotlines report struggles to cope with demand.
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong took to several shopping malls on Wednesday for protest events marking the birthday of Chief Executive Carrie Lam, complete with a fake birthday cake and celebratory singing modified to "happy birthday, fuck you.
The head of the Venezuelan National Assembly's indigenous people's committee asserted on Tuesday that the socialist regime of dictator Nicolás Maduro had left indigenous Venezuelans in "total abandon," with no resources to fight the Chinese coronavirus.
The government of Hong Kong announced on Tuesday that it has urged the city's Legislative Council to adopt a law criminalizing insults against the national anthem of China, the "March of the Volunteers," as soon as possible.
China's state-runGlobal Times newspaper warned on Wednesday that, should pressure on the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) to include Taiwan become successful, the Communist Party may be forced to solve "the Taiwan question once and for all via non-peaceful means.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) announced on Tuesday that, by its tally, over 41,000 people have died in Iran as a result of Chinese coronavirus infection.
The World Health Organization's (W.H.O.) top legal officer claimed on Monday that Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the head of the agency, has no power to invite Taiwan to this month's World Health Assembly, despite widespread pressure on the group to do so.
The German newspaperDer Spiegel published a report this weekend stating that German intelligence officials believed Chinese dictator Xi Jinping personally asked the head of the World Health Organization (W.H.O.
China Central Television (CCTV), the Chinese Communist Party's main state broadcaster, disparaged Breitbart News this week as a home to "racist speech" and "anti-Muslim" rhetoric, a claim it did not corroborate with any examples.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro announced a trip to Beijing "soon" this week to "hug our brother Xi Jinping," that nation's tyrant.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has launched an international petition urging the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) to call for the end of "wet markets" in response to the current Chinese coronavirus pandemic, which may have originated in one.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro claimed in a televised address Wednesday that he had proof linking President Donald Trump to a bizarre alleged "invasion" of Venezuela this weekend and that he would bring the United States to the International Criminal Court (ICC) over the matter.
Chinese state media once again floated the prospect of international lawsuits against the United States for supposedly being responsible for the HIV/AIDS epidemic in a column Thursday, adding the 2008 financial crisis and the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic to the list.
Business owners in Kyiv, Ukraine, organized a mass protest featuring a caravan of 50 cars on Wednesday demanding the government ease mobility and business restrictions meant to curb the spread of the Chinese coronavirus.
The Communist Party of China scolded Nigerian media, reports indicated on Wednesday, for reporting the words of the country's lawmakers, who launched a sprawling campaign to address both the rampant racism against black people in China and the growing issue of illegal Chinese immigrants violating Nigerian law.
Chinese state media outlets published several reports on Tuesday and Wednesday hinting at a foreign, Western origin for the Chinese coronavirus, including confirmation of cases in California in February and remarks by a New Jersey mayor who said he felt sick last year.
China's state-runGlobal Times newspaper accused Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday of "betray[ing] Christianity" and bringing "shame to the evangelical Christians" of America for saying that "enormous evidence" exists linking the current pandemic to a biological laboratory in Wuhan, where it originated.
Human Rights Watch called on Africa to unite and "unequivocally call on the Chinese government to cease all discrimination against Africans in China" on Tuesday, a response to ongoing reports of racist acts against black people in the country.
The North Korean propaganda website Meari published an article condemning South Korea's free press for unspecified "fake news" on Tuesday following weeks of speculation over the health of communist dictator Kim Jong-un.
The official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), thePeople's Daily, disparaged on Sunday the growing number of lawsuits against China for its mishandling of what became the Chinese coronavirus pandemic as a "political farce" and a "shame for human civilization.
Two North Korean refugees elected to South Korea's National Assembly last month issued extensive apologies for speculating that dictator Kim Jong-un was dead or suffering from a significant medical episode after North Korean state media published photos and video footage allegedly of Kim at a fertilizer plant.
What began as a disarmingly calm day in Hong Kong after online chatter urging pro-democracy protests on Friday turned chaotic at Sha Tin's New Town Plaza, where police attacked protesters with pepper spray and forced them out of the facility despite merely singing and chanting anti-government slogans.
Ji Seong-ho, a North Korean refugee elected to South Korea's National Assembly in April, told the Yonhap news service on Friday he believes there is a "99 percent" chance dictator Kim Jong-un is dead.
The world's Communist governments and their supporters largely made do on Friday without the lavish parades, violent mobs, and attacks on dissidents that typically embolden International Workers' Day, or "May Day.
China's state newspaperChina Daily – typically one of the least belligerent in the stable of Communist Party-run outlets – published a column Thursday claiming that America had a history of "bacteriological warfare" to imply the possibility the Chinese coronavirus pandemic was created by the U.S.
North Korea will extend its coronavirus quarantine measures through the end of 2020, an anonymous North Korean senior official told Radio Free Asia (RFA) on Tuesday.
A group of Nigerian attorneys announced this week they would file a lawsuit against the government of China, seeking $200 billion in damages for its role in exacerbating the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
South Korea's Unification Minister Kim Yeon-chul – the official in charge of ties to North Korea – dismissed reports of communist dictator Kim Jong-un's health failing him on Tuesday as "fake news" and insisted there is "no unusual" activity in the country.
North Korean state media outfits claimed on Monday that dictator Kim Jong-un, whose health has become the subject of animated rumors this weekend, had sent a message of thanks to construction workers in Wonsan, a seaside town he has been attempting to turn into a resort destination for years.
China's state media urged the world on Sunday to ignore "sinister" Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's assertions that the Communist Party could have stopped the Chinese coronavirus outbreak from becoming a pandemic, deeming him "the worst U.S.
Hundreds of people filled the inside of Cityplaza mall in Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong, on Sunday for a pro-democracy sing-along, the first major act of protest against the increasingly autocratic local government since the Chinese coronavirus limited public gatherings.
The coronavirus pandemic poses an existential threat to the already beleaguered for-hire fishing boat industry in New Jersey, captains of party boats along the Jersey shore told Breitbart News.
The human rights website Bitter Winter highlighted on Thursday the growing trend of Chinese Communist persecution against members of the Three-Self Patriotic Church, the legal Protestant church in China.
Nigeria's Foreign Affairs minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, issued scathing remarks against the communist government of China on Thursday, announcing that Nigerian diplomats in Guangzhou were instructed to document cases of racism by Chinese against their citizens.
American Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused the Communist Party of China on Wednesday of destroying samples of the Wuhan coronavirus collected early, making it far more difficult for scientists to trace the virus's evolution or find its origin.
A microbiologist at the Chinese Academy of Sciences implied on Thursday that the United States will remain a potential origin of the Chinese coronavirus until American officials prove otherwise.
Cuban Christians are using the need to wear sanitary masks in public to spread their faith, printing Bible verses on the front of them, the Christian aid group World Help revealed this week.
China's state-runGlobal Timesdismissed on Wednesday a lawsuit against the communist dictatorship by the state of Missouri as a "farce" and "publicity stunt" that will never result in China paying reparations for allowing the Chinese coronavirus outbreak to become a pandemic.
Reports out of South Korea continued to deny on Wednesday and Thursday local time that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un's life is in danger. The rebuttals are designed to counter American media reports that Kim could be on his deathbed or even "brain dead.
North Korea's state-run media outlets dedicated much of their attention on Tuesday to dictator Kim Jong-un sending birthday greetings and gifts to various North Koreans and to Miguel Díaz-Canel, Cuba's second-in-command.
South Korean officials told the nation's Yonhap news agency on Tuesday that a CNN report claiming North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was "in grave danger" were "not true" and that "nothing unusual" appeared to be happening in the communist country.
China's state-runGlobal Times propaganda newspaper began the week on Monday with columns proclaiming the end of American democracy and declaring that Washington was "no match for China" in fighting diseases.
The head of Tehran's city council accused the Iranian Islamic regime of recording significantly deflated numbers of Chinese coronavirus cases nationwide on Sunday, the latest official to question Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's health ministry response to the pandemic.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro joined a protest of hundreds of people on Sunday opposing Chinese coronavirus social distancing measures on Sunday, promising to do "everythingnecessary so that we can maintain .
The human rights NGO Cuban Prisoners Defenders published an article on Friday citing three Cuban medical researchers concluding that the communist regime's publicity campaign for Interferon alpha-2b, which it claims can cure Chinese coronavirus, is a "serious crime against world public health.
China'sGlobal Times propaganda outlet appeared to blame Africans in Guangzhou, a southern city with a large African immigrant population, on Friday for the widely documented bigotry by Han Chinese against them there, demanding they "readjust their way of thinking.
World Health Organization (W.H.O.) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus faced controversy during his campaign to run the global agency for being part of a government that repeatedly denied cholera outbreaks, according to theNew York Times.
Ji Seong-ho, a North Korean exile who attended Trump's 2018 State of the Union Address, won a seat in South Korea's National Assembly.
India's External Affairs Ministry condemned the USCIRF after it shared reports of hospitals segregating coronavirus patients by religion.
China'sGlobal Timesaccused President Donald Trump of "genocide" on Wednesday for stating that he would freeze funding to the World Health Organization (WHO) until an investigation into its handling of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic shows it is competent to fulfill its obligations.
Nigerian Foreign Minister Geoffrey Onyeama told reporters on Tuesday following a meeting with the Chinese ambassador to the country, Zhou Pingjian, that reports of Chinese businesses banning black people and landlords evicting them over Chinese coronavirus fears were "unacceptable.
Far-left socialist Evo Morales, who served as president of Bolivia for nearly 14 years before resigning in disgrace in November, called the Chinese coronavirus pandemic a "biological war" on Monday and implied the United States had unleashed the pathogen to kill seniors and other "burdens" on society.
The government of Taiwan published a letter, Fox News reported on Monday, sent to officials at the World Health Organization (WHO) in December, warning of "atypical pneumonia" in China – evidence, Taipei says, that the WHO had reason to believe the Chinese coronavirus was contagious.
Officials in Ukraine asserted on Tuesday that a sprawling fire threatening to engulf the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, had finally come under control, but not before reaching Pripyat, the ghost town once built to house power plant workers.
North Korea boosted its public health spending by 7.4 percent and published assurances of hygiene protocol at government facilities in state media on Monday, once again giving no indication it had identified any coronavirus cases.
Christians in Sri Lanka were forced to celebrate Easter on Sunday at home, leaving churches empty the first year after a series of jihadist suicide bombings killed and dismembered 253 people in six different locations.
African residents of Guangzhou, southern China, reportedly found themselves sleeping on the street this week as renters arbitrarily evicted them, hotels banned them, and restaurants refused to serve them food.
The government of Taiwan accused communist China on Friday of setting up fake Twitter accounts to apologize to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), on Taiwan's behalf after the former Ethiopian politician claimed Taiwan was instigating racist attacks on him.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro, his wife "First Combatant" Cilia Flores, and other senior members of his regime filled the San Francisco Church in Caracas on Thursday for a Holy Week Catholic Mass, a privilege denied to the Venezuelan people thanks to Maduro's nationwide coronavirus quarantine.
The city of San Fernando, Philippines, canceled its annual Good Friday crucifixions for the first time in decades this year, abiding by Chinese coronavirus quarantine measures. Some towns and cities did mark the holiday with socially distanced processions and acts of flagellation.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen invited World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to visit her country on Thursday after the public health official implied that Taiwan had instigated racist attacks against him due his poor handling of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
David Curry, the leader of the Christian aid organization Open Doors, told Breitbart News on Wednesday that the group has received reports of Indian government officials sending Christian nurses to tend to the most contagious Chinese coronavirus patients because "they are considered dispensable.
China, Which Accused U.S. Army of Inventing Coronavirus, Declares World 'Tired of U.S. Blame-Game Drama'
China's state-runGlobal Times propaganda outlet lamented growing cries from America on Wednesday condemning the World Health Organization (WHO) for its poor response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, declaring the world is "tired of the U.S.