Two women in Buenos Aries, Argentina, were arrested this week after pelting a police officer with stones in response to his request for them to wear a sanitary mask, the Argentine newspaper Clarín revealed Thursday.
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The Chinese Communist Party began early celebrations for the anniversary of allegedly successful lockdowns imposed on millions of people in "heroic" Wuhan, the home city of the Chinese coronavirus, on Saturday, amid a resurgence of the virus in some of the country's biggest cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.
Representatives of the Islamic State jihadist group confirmed Thursday that they organized twin suicide bombings in Baghdad, Iraq, that day that left 32 dead and over 100 injured.
Zeinab Soleimani, daughter of late Iranian terrorist Qasem Soleimani, threatened former President Donald Trump via Twitter on Wednesday following his departure from the White House, writing that he will "live in fear of foes" indefinitely.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro celebrated the departure of outgoing American President Donald Trump during a nationwide broadcast Wednesday, appearing to claim some responsibility for his electoral defeat by declaring, "We beat him!"
The government of Pakistan recently threatened two American Muslims with prison sentences of up to ten years if they did not take down a U.S.-based "blasphemous" website — a threat one of those targeted told Breitbart News on Tuesday represented "an unprecedented and entirely new frontier of digital policing that Pakistan is trying to impose.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani celebrated the departure of outgoing American President Donald Trump by calling him a "stupid terrorist" and urging now-President Joe Biden to return to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal his former boss, President Barack Obama, negotiated.
Chinese government media effusively celebrated the departure of outgoing President Donald Trump on Wednesday, describing the anti-communist leader as "negative and destructive" and exclaiming, "good riddance!"
President-elect Joe Biden has invited Carlos Vecchio, the Venezuelan ambassador to the United States representing President Juan Guaidó, to his inauguration, Vecchio confirmed Monday.
President Jair Bolsonaro's choice for the presidency of the lower house of Congress of Brazil, lawmaker Arthur Lira, is expected to take over the role next month, multiple reports suggested this week.
China has shut down at least 11 regions as of Monday and is facing major coronavirus outbreaks throughout the country, two weeks after the nation hosted a New Year's Eve party for a crowd of thousands in Wuhan.
Socialist Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro announced Sunday the establishment of a "National Scientific Center for Ozone," which he said would promote the use of "ozone therapy" to help Chinese coronavirus patients.
Leftist South Korean President Moon Jae-in told reporters Monday that he hoped the administration of President-elect Joe Biden would continue the work President Donald Trump began in meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
China's state-run propaganda outlet Global Times concluded in an opinion column Sunday that the vast majority of Americans assume their state will soon collapse.
The communist regime governing North Korea held a military parade Thursday, apparently featuring no social distancing or other anti-coronavirus measures, to celebrate the end of its eighth-ever Workers' Party Congress.
Hospitals in Manaus, the regional capital of Brazil's Amazonas deep in the eponymous rain forest, began reporting shortages of oxygen Thursday, reportedly forcing doctors to inject dying Chinese coronavirus patients with morphine to ease the pain of asphyxiation.
Two Christian-majority nations — Colombia and Mexico — appeared in the ranking of the top 50 most dangerous places to be a Christian in the world published by the Christian aid organization Open Doors this week.
The human rights magazineBitter Winter reported on Wednesday that the government of Afghanistan deported ten Chinese nationals last week initially accused of engaging in terrorist activity, but later believed to be attempting to create a fake Uyghur terrorist cell to defame the ethnic group.
The Chinese Communist Party is using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to crack down on Christians, even arresting some for attending online services via Zoom, David Curry, the CEO of the Christian charity Open Doors, told Breitbart News in an interview on Wednesday.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced Wednesday that it would not allow any cotton or tomato products from Xinjiang, China's westernmost province, into the country due to the high likelihood that they were produced by slave labor.
The South China Morning Post and the Economic Times of India have both recently reported that the Chinese Communist Party has withdrawn as many as 10,000 soldiers from the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the official name for the Chinese border with India.
China's National Health Commission, its top public health authority, urged the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) on Wednesday to investigate the origin of the Chinese coronavirus – which first began infecting humans in Wuhan, China – in other countries.
Argentine coronavirus patient Oscar García Rúa, 93, died Monday after receiving chlorine dioxide, a bleach, intravenously. His family successfully sued the clinic treating him demanding they administer the disinfectant after a doctor suggested it.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Monday that his department would return Cuba to its list of State Sponsors of Terrorism over the Castro regime's ties to international terrorist organizations like Hezbollah and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny – one of President Vladimir Putin's most prominent foes who nearly died last year of suspected poisoning by the state – called Twitter's decision to ban President Donald Trump permanently on Satuday "an unacceptable act of censorship.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, presiding over the ruling Korean Workers' Party (WPK) Congress on Friday, reportedly proposed "comprehensively expanding and developing the external relations of the country," according to state media.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the dictator of Iran, claimed in remarks on Friday that the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday is the state of affairs that the United States would like to see in the long-term in Iran "to trigger a civil war.
Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro issued an extended diatribe on Thursday night in which he repeatedly referred to American President Donald Trump as a murderer and claimed the "poor rural whites" who attacked the U.S.
PressTV, an Iranian state propaganda outlet, made the case in a column published Thursday that a riot at the U.S. Capitol the day before occurred because of the "racist roots of the United States" and, in particular, the racism allegedly inherent in the Electoral College system.
Granma, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Cuba, compared a violent riot at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday by alleged supporters of President Donald Trump to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and the destruction of the White House by the British in 1814.
China's state-run propaganda newspaperGlobal Times gloated on Thursday in its coverage of a pro-Trump mob attacking the U.S. Capitol the day before, describing it as "karma" for Washington and a sign that American democracy has begun to collapse.
TheWall Street Journal claimed Monday, citing one "person familiar with the matter," that the communist regime governing North Korea formally submitted a request to participate in a global plan to distribute Chinese coronavirus vaccines, despite insisting it has not confirmed a single case of coronavirus disease within its borders.
State media in Cuba revealed that Cubans on the island are currently participating in Phase II clinical trials of a mystery Chinese coronavirus vaccine candidate in development with the Iranian Islamic regime, the Spanish newspaperDiario de Cuba reportedTuesday.
The local government in south-central Konya, Turkey, announced this week that it would turn a fully renovated 19th-century Armenian church into a "humor art house" after barring worshippers from using the church for years, multiple reports revealed Thursday.
TheGlobal Times, a Chinese state propaganda outlet, suggested the communist country could "realize herd immunity by the end of 2021" against the Chinese coronavirus Friday, citing an "expert.
Less than a month away from the presumed inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, Americans are departing a year in which their presidential election largely eclipsed campaigns around the world.
A high-ranking Iranian official announced Wednesday that the nation would soon publish an indictment against the individuals responsible for the drone strike that eliminated Major General Qasem Soleimani, the head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force, a year ago on Sunday.
China's communist dictator Xi Jinping boasted of his nation's achievements in 2020 — a year defined by a deadly pandemic that Beijing could have prevented — during his regular New Year's Eve speech.
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines threatened to cut ties between his nation's military and America's – in existence since the Philippines declared independence from Spain – this weekend if Washington did not ship Manila at least 20 million doses of experimental vaccines for the Chinese coronavirus.
The Chinese coronavirus pandemic – which global health authorities first warned the world of in January, months after the virus first began circulating in China – will forever mark 2020 as a historic year.
Open Doors, an international Christian aid organization, told Breitbart News in a recent interview that the Chinese coronavirus pandemic has allowed repressive forces to more ably target vulnerable Christians, from denying them health care to offering to trade their faith for food.
President-elect Joe Biden has made clear in his staffing plans and public remarks that he intends to return America to many of the foreign policy positions championed by his former boss, President Barack Obama.
Pizza Hut Japan has seen reservations for Christmas meals skyrocket in part due to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, which has kept many from traditional dinners at restaurants, Japan's Kyodo News noted Thursday.
A government television broadcast in Cuba this week urged citizens to eat guinea pig and other rodents, suggesting rodent meat is more nutritious and "sustainable" than pork or beef, Cuban outlets reported on Wednesday.
Can Dündar, the former editor-in-chief of the anti-Islamist Turkish newspaperCumhuriyet, received a 27-year prison sentence Wednesday for allegedly aiding a terrorist group by publishing a news story.
China's state-runGlobal Times newspaper warned Europe that purchasing American-made Chinese coronavirus vaccines was "risky" and that, without significantly transforming "the Western system and lifestyle," policies to contain the pandemic would fail.
Interpol, a global organization linking the world's law enforcement entities, warned in a report announced Tuesday that global terrorist organizations and "non-state actors" were attempting to take advantage of the chaos surrounding the Chinese coronavirus pandemic to become more influential.
The Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Union (KMPDU) announced a nationwide general strike to begin Monday in the face of mounting Chinese coronavirus infections and deaths, which doctors say are the product of government incompetence in issuing proper protective gear.
China's communist rubber-stamp legislature, the National People's Congress (NPC), introduced a bill Tuesday that would mandate a government war against "food waste" that includes ordering guests at weddings and other public events to eat less.
Both houses of Congress passed a bill late Monday allocating $600 in stimulus payments for Americans that also included the text of the Tibet Policy and Support Act, a bill that delineates how the United States should recognize a successor to the current Dalai Lama.
Gang members and militia fighters associated with a coalition linked to Iran have escalated attacks on liquor stories — most owned by Christians and Yazidis — in Baghdad, Iraq, the Kurdish outlet Rudaw reportedSunday.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the Chinese company that runs the major online marketplace of the same name, admitted on Thursday that it had developed software that identifies individuals as members of China's ethnic Uyghur minority solely using images of their faces.
A study published Thursday unveiled extreme abuses against local women in mining communities in Zimbabwe, particularly by security forces and police tied to the ruling socialist Zanu-PF party.
A study published Thursday unveiled extreme abuses against local women in mining communities in Zimbabwe, particularly by security forces and police tied to the ruling socialist Zanu-PF party.
Brazil's Supreme Federal Tribunal (STF), the highest court in the country, ruled on Thursday that Brazilian authorities could limit the freedoms of individuals who refuse to take a vaccine against the Chinese coronavirus, but could not physically force a person to take it.
The Cuban government appointed Gerardo Hernández Nordelo, the only individual arrested in relation to the murder of four American citizens by the Castro regime in 1996, to the State Council, a national regime entity, on Thursday.
The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) confirmed on Wednesday that it would send a team to Wuhan, China, in January to investigate the origins of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic – eight months after the Communist Party of China admitted it had destroyed all the evidence it had collected there.
Comedian andFamily Feud host Steve Harvey is currently on a tour of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to promote tourism to the Gulf state, Saudi Arabia's al-Arabiya reported on Thursday, enjoying a traditional performance this week with members of the al-Shehi tribe.
A Nigerian state has shut down ten schools as of Wednesdayin response to the jihadist terror group Boko Haram abducting hundreds of boys from a school this weekend,the nation'sDaily Trust newspaper reported.
The official office of the top prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced this week that it had found "a reasonable basis to believe" socialist Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro had committed crimes against humanity.
Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group, a Chinese pharmaceutical group, announced Wednesday it had inked a deal with German company BioNTech to purchase 100 million doses of the Chinese coronavirus vaccine it had developed with American company Pfizer — the first vaccine approved for use in the United States.
Leftist South Korean President Moon Jae-in hit a record low job approval rating in a poll published Monday by the South Korean firm Realmeter.
TheBrazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa), which approves pharmaceutical drugs for use, accused the government of China on Monday of being "not transparent" in its development of its primary Chinese coronavirus vaccine candidate.
A study published Monday by researcher Dr. Adrian Zenz revealed that the Communist Party of China has forced over half a million mostly ethnic minority residents of Xinjiang, China's westernmost province, into the arduous cotton picking industry as part of a supposed "poverty alleviation" program.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping announced at this weekend'sClimate Ambition Summit that his nation, the world's leading carbon dioxide emitter, would continue to increase carbon emissions through at least 2030, but "aim" to stop doing so before then.
Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó urged citizens this weekend to participate in nationwide protests on January 5, the day dictator Nicolás Maduro is set to install a majority loyalist National Assembly to replace the lawmakers who made Guaidó president.
A sympathizer of the Cuban Communist Party located in Miami threatened the life of the head of one of the most prominent anti-communist activists in the Cuban exile community this week, referencing the bloody assassination of Russian Marxist leader Leon Trotsky.
The Chinese state newspaperGlobal Times declared Thursday that America was "among the top" nations that experienced a significant decline in human rights in 2020, claiming that the federal government had not done enough to contain the Chinese coronavirus.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned the Armenian people on Thursday that the unspecified "struggle" against them will "continue from now on many other fronts" in remarks at a victory parade in Azerbaijan.
The owner of Hong Kong anti-communist newspaperApple Daily, Jimmy Lai, is facing a minimum of a decade in prison after being charged on Friday with violating the city's new, and illegal, law against "national security" trespasses.
The families of at least three human rights lawyers in China denounced police harassment and the imposition of an impromptu ban on leaving the house in anticipation of International Human Rights Day, celebrated annually on December 10.
A woman identified in reports only as "Zhao" became the target of a mass persecution campaign online this week after the Chinese Communist Party announced that Chengdu, a city of 16 million people, would be going into "wartime mode" due to a Chinese coronavirus outbreak.
Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide is planning to invest $19 million in the next fiscal year into "programs to help [Japan's] residents find love," an unnamed Cabinet official told theJapan Times this week, in an attempt to slow the nation's rapidly declining birth rate.
A National Academies of Sciences report published this weekend, which the U.S. State Department commissioned, concluded that radio-frequency energy was the likely culprit in a series of mysterious injuries at the U.S.
ThePeople's Daily, the official newspaper of the ruling Chinese Communist Party, declared America in the throes of a racism crisis on Tuesday, asserting, "in recent years, white supremacy in the U.S.
Venezuela's illegitimate socialist regime attempted to celebrate the results of its rigged legislative elections Sunday as a "people's victory" despite record-low turnout that the polling firm Meganálisis estimated to be less than 20 percent of eligible voters.
Cuban-American clergy must stand united with the growing chorus of Catholic voices on the island condemning communist oppression, Father Fernando Hería, who heads the Cuban exile community's most important Marian shrine, told Breitbart News this week in an exclusive interview.
The state-run propaganda outletChina Dailynoted on Friday the growing concern among Chinese Communist Party officials that the national birth rate continued to decline for at least two years despite Beijing allowing couples to have more children.
The Brazilian newspaperO Globo noted on Friday that Joe Biden, who will presumably take the office of the U.S. presidency in January, has not made any calls to the heads of state of Latin America's largest nations, skipping Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia and, instead, reaching out to the socialist leader of Argentina.
Communist Party police in Cuba arrested Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara, the head of the San Isidro Movement of pro-democracy artists, on Wednesday morning, less than 24 hours after freeing him from a prior detention.
Philippine Sen. Manny Pacquiao, one of history's most successful boxing champions, on Wednesday became the president of PDP-Laban, the ruling political party of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying accused America on Thursday of seeking to impose "forced poverty" on the nation's Uyghur population by opposing their enslavement.
American Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents will seize any imports into the country of cotton products by the ChineseXinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), the U.S.
Xi Jinping's most recent book urges Chinese people to use the "charm of Chinese culture" to promote Marxism, the human rights magazineBitter Winter reported on Wednesday, promotingan ideology developed in Western Europe with no significant ties to Chinese culture prior to Mao Zedong's seizure of power.
The National Assembly of South Korea passed a law Tuesday that allows pop stars to defer mandatory military service up to age 30 if the nation's culture minister deems them "significant contributors to the elevation of national reputation," according to the news agency Yonhap.
China's state-runGlobal Times applauded Joe Biden on Tuesday for choosing Brian Deese, a BlackRock executive, to lead his National Economic Council because his work let him witness "the sweetness of doing business with China.
Venezuelan socialist lawmaker, television host, and suspected drug lord Diosdado Cabello threatened Venezuelans with starvation on Monday if they did not vote in Sunday's legislative elections.
Omar Mena, a Cuban rapper known as "El Analista" ("the Analyst"), reportedly disappeared overnight after police raided his home on Monday. Mena was planning a peaceful sit-in against communism for Tuesday.
Iran's Foreign Ministry pointedly noted on Tuesday that only one of its Gulf neighbors, Saudi Arabia, had not publicly condemned the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, the head of Iran's nuclear weapons program.
ThePeople's Daily, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of China, demanded an apology on Tuesday from the government of Australia for the latter taking offense to a falsified image, published by the Chinese Foreign Ministry, depicting an Australian soldier beheading a child.
The Venezuelan polling firm Meganálisis, in its November 2020 national survey, predicted that over 80 percent of eligible voters in the country will participate in the December 6 legislative election.
A rare protest attracting an estimated 300 people in front of Cuba's Ministry of Culture this weekend prompted police violence, dissidents said, including the use of tear gas and/or pepper spray in the dead of night.
A spokesman for the Taliban told Afghanistan's Khaama Press in an interview published Thursday that the terrorist group's "war against the United States will resume... until they leave Afghanistan" if Joe Biden walks back President Donald Trump's attempts to withdraw U.S.
Communist regime agents dressed in lab coats violently raided the headquarters of the San Isidro Movement, a pro-democracy artistic collective in Havana, late Thursday, attacking a group of dissidents, most of whom have spent over a week on a hunger strike.
A spokesman for the San Isidro Movement, a pro-democracy artist collective in Cuba, told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview that President Barack Obama's appeasement policy towards the island was "not functional" and that any dealings with the communist regime must pressure it to respect individual dignity.
Reports began to surface this week of potential cabinet appointments and priority government projects for Democrat Party presidential challenger Joe Biden should he take office in January.
EXCLUSIVE – Incoming GOP Rep. Nicole Malliotakis: Anti-Socialist Freshman Class Here to 'Preserve America'
The high number of freshmen Republican members of Congress coming into the job with personal or family experiences of socialism will use that background to protect the "unlimited potential and opportunity" that America offers, Congresswoman-elect Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) told Breitbart News in a recent interview.
The global medical aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) announced on Tuesday that it would end operations in a hospital in a poor neighborhood in Petare, Venezuela, because the socialist regime of dictator Nicolás Maduro has refused to allow its specialists to enter the country.
The South Korean newspaperJoongAng Ilbo reported on Tuesday that, according to a government source, the latest man to escape from North Korea was a professional gymnast and only managed to cross the highly guarded Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) by leaping over a ten-foot fence.
Hong Kong pro-democracy leader Joshua Wong is in solitary confinement with lights on 24 hours a day, friends denounced.