Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Jimmy Sham is in the hospital late Wednesday after an unknown group of masked thugs bludgeoned him with hammers while out in public.
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Islamist Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan falsely claimed that Turkey had never "carried out any civilian massacres" in an attempt to assure the world that Ankara is not attempting ethnic cleansing against the Syrian Kurds on Wednesday.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) has been under fire for years for her crusading against American involvement against Bashar al-Assad in the Syrian civil war, ongoing since 2011, and has faced particular criticism for her 2017 visit to Damascus where she met Assad personally.
South Korean police ruled the death of 25-year-old Choi Jin-ri, known by her stage name Sulli, a suicide on Tuesday after announcing the discovery of a note in her apartment, where her brother found her body on Monday.
China's English-language state media had yet to weigh in on LeBron James criticizing public support for the pro-freedom Hong Kong movement on Tuesday, but did extend support to pro-China NBA "stars.
NBA player LeBron James’ condemnation of Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey on Monday for supporting human rights in China has triggered a widespread backlash in Hong Kong, whose pro-freedom movement Morey endorsed.
Paloma Dominguez Caballero, 1, died last week less than three days after receiving her scheduled 12-month vaccinations from a government clinic in Cuba. Subsequent reports on Sunday indicated that as many as 24 other infants are in "critical condition" after similar doctor's visits.
China's state-run propaganda outletGlobal Times condemned Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Monday for traveling to Hong Kong and dressing in black, the color of pro-democracy protesters which, according to the outlet, made him "synonymous with a thug.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping threatened anti-communist dissidents with a gruesome death in remarks Sunday during a visit to Nepal, warning that anyone defying China's illegal territorial claims will have "their bodies smashed and bones ground to powder.
China's English-language propaganda outlets abruptly ceased publishing outlandish invective against the NBA on Friday, their front pages dominated instead by vitriol against Taiwan and pro-Xi Jinping stories.
Radio Rebelde, the website of a state-sponsored radio station in Cuba, published an article urging Cubans to eat banana and plantain peels and use them as painkillers and skin cleansers, astute online observers noted on Thursday.
A pro-communist group organized by Chinese officials will award a taxi driverHK$520,000 ($66,297.40) after ramming his car into a crowd of pro-democracy protesters, the Hong Kong Free Press (HKFP) reported on Thursday.
The Disney-owned sports network ESPN aired the Communist Party's preferred map of China during a broadcast Wednesday morning – a map an international legal tribunal ruled illegal in 2016 that violates the sovereignty of five different countries.
President of Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen asserted that her nation is "the first line of defense for democratic values," standing mere miles from its biggest threat in the world, during a speech observing the Republic of China's National day on Thursday.
The Chinese Communist Party has razed dozens of Uighur Muslim cemeteries in western Xinjiang province to create more "civilized" areas, the Agence-France Presse (AFP) reported on Wednesday.
The Iranian Islamic regime and its proxy government in Damascus issued statements Wednesday condemning Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for planning an invasion of Syrian Kurdistan.
China'sGlobal Timesdefended Chinese internet users allegedly acting independently of the government for praising the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks as revenge for an NBA executive expressing support for the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
A senior Russian official suggested that Moscow could be a top partner to Cuba should it ever decide to build a nuclear power plant, the island independent outlet Cubanet reported Monday – the latest ploy to expand Rosatom's reach into underdeveloped allied nations.
The Chinese government newspaperGlobal Times warned "global brands" to "make their members speak cautiously" on Chinese political issues Monday in response to an ongoing controversy following an NBA executive lending support to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
Police in India arrested nine Tibetans, India media revealed on Monday, suspected of planning protests against Chinese Communist Party chairman Xi Jinping. Police have not offered any evidence that those arrested were planning any criminal behavior.
Women who have survived China's concentration camps for Muslim ethnic minorities reported widespread rape, forced abortions, forced sterilization, and other extreme sexual human rights atrocities in accounts published this weekend.
President of Ecuador Lenin Moreno declared a 60-day state of emergency on Thursday after transportation workers and leftist groups began rioting against the repeal of a decades-old government gasoline subsidy.
The U.S. Department of State designated Cuban dictator Raúl Castro and four family members on Thursday, banning them from entering the United States and strengthening the case against them for "gross violations of human rights.
Both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives passed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act through committee on Wednesday, paving the way for a floor vote and triggering an incendiary rant out of the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Thursday.
Doctors who defected from the Cuban regime's medical slave labor program told journalists on Thursday that the regime forced them to falsify the number of patients they treated and "prescribe" medicine to those non-existent patients to make the program appear more productive than it was.
The few countries of the United Nations that recognize Taiwan's sovereignty made a case for their ally's inclusion in the General Assembly on Tuesday and Wednesday, urging the world not to allow China to intimidate it out of accepting reality.
ThePeople's Daily, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of China (CPC), mocked President Donald Trump's speech before the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday as "low-energy" and generally accused him of lying.
Colombian President Iván Duque urged his fellow heads of state to "resist tyranny" in his U.N. General Assembly speech Wednesday, accusing neighboring dictator Nicolás Maduro of aiding drug traffickers, terrorists, "murderers, and child rapists.
Diosdado Cabello, the head of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and U.S.-sanctioned cocaine trafficker, arrived in North Korea on Tuesday seeking to strengthen what North Korean propaganda referred to as the "militant friendship" between the two dictatorships.
Islamist Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urged the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday to either impose global nuclear disarmament or establish laws that allow any nation to develop nuclear weapons, as the status quo breeds "inequality.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro made his debut on the world's biggest stage for world leaders, the U.N. General Assembly, on Tuesday, warning against the "cruelty of socialism" and accusing the U.N.
China'sGlobal Times, a government-run publication, published a screed in anticipation of Tuesday's U.N. General Assembly condemning Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as an "arrogant interventionist" for urging the world to pressure China to shut down its concentration camps for Muslims.
The North Korean state publicationMearidenounced U.S. "tyranny" over inter-Korean relations in a column Monday, claiming that American "intervention in internal affairs" was actively hurting ties between North and South Korea.
Leftist Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has managed the impossible: He has gotten conservatives to rally to his defense. All it took was media outlets revealing his passion for blackface.
Venezuelan President Juan Guaidó announced Sunday he will send a delegation to the United Nations General Assembly despite not being invited, as the U.N. still recognizes socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro as the nation's chief executive.
Polls published this weekend following the revelation that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has enjoyed wearing blackface on multiple occasions show the Conservative Party with a slight lead in a tight race that had until now was anyone's to win.
The U.S. Department of State announced on Thursday it had expelled two diplomats representing Cuba at the United Nations for activities that were harmful to American national security, including "influence operations.
Members of Canada's Liberal Party largely responded to the revelation Thursday that their leader, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has worn blackface more times than he can remember by insisting that he is respectful of minorities in private and deserves forgiveness.
Leftist Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing growing calls to resign after a turbulent 24 hours in which multiple media outlets published images of him in blackface or "brownface," darkening his skin to mock Middle Eastern people.
Leftist Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters Thursday that he was "wary" of giving a definitive number of times that he had worn blackface because he did not remember the occasions that began surfacing late Wednesday.
The Venezuelan Penal Forum, an NGO that tracks political prisoners in the country, warned on Wednesday that dictator Nicolás Maduro may sneak common criminals into any agreement to free his political enemies.
Canada's Global News broadcaster published a video Thursday morning that alleges to show Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wearing blackface and an Afro wig and waving his hands in the air.
Leftist Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau repeatedly referred to his past use of brownface and blackface as "makeup" in an extended Q&A apology with reporters late Wednesday.
The government of Hong Kong canceled a fireworks show on Wednesday to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of communist China, fearing the event would be a magnet for pro-democracy protesters who do not feel bound by Beijing.
Members of the rogue terrorist regime in Iran praised Yemen's Houthi insurgency on Wednesday for claiming a series of drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities over the weekend – but condemned Washington and Riyadh for claiming evidence implicated Iran.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro told students in an address marking the first day of school Monday that their country was "in a world war of an economic character" against "imperialism," a term communists and socialists in Latin America use to refer to the United States.
An expert from theStockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), which tracks military development around the world, told South Korean reporters on Monday that the communist regime in North Korea may have as many as 40 nuclear weapons by the end of the year.
Police in Hong Kong blamed pro-democracy protesters on Monday for scenes of violence in the North Point and Fortress Hill neighborhoods over the weekend, triggered by the presence of pro-Chinese thugs chanting "beat the cockroaches" and instigating fights.
Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) accused President Donald Trump of enjoying a better relationship with "dictators" than with democratically elected leaders, citing Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte as an example of one of the dictators.
Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) claimed it was "extremely unfair" to equate his radical leftist policies to those of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro during Thursday's Democratic presidential primary debate.
China'sGlobal Times state newspaper ran a column Thursday urging a ban on wearing masks at protests, comparing the Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters' preference for wearing black and carrying gas masks to protect from tear gas to the aesthetic of the Islamic State.
The U.S. Senate passed a bill Wednesday to condemn China’s human rights atrocities against Uighurs, Kazakhs, and other Muslim ethnic minorities in its western territories, raising national awareness on Beijing’s construction of concentration camps to house millions of its citizens.
President Donald Trump confirmed on Wednesday that National Security Advisor John Bolton's departure from the White House was in part a result of his strategy on Venezuela.
The government of Colombia threatened to campaign for the United Nations to brand Cuba a state sponsor of terrorism if it did not hand over the leaders of the Marxist National Liberation Army (ELN) terrorist group, a letter published by Colombian media revealed on Tuesday.
China'sGlobal Times regime newspaper used the 18th anniversary of the jihadist attacks on America on September 11, 2001, to call America a "disgrace" and complain Washington has prevented "greater achievements" in "global governance" since.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong, arrested twice in the past two weeks for his advocacy for freedom and self-determination, issued a call in Germany on Monday for the world to unite not just with the protest movement in his city, but against "emperor" Xi Jinping.
Kenyan doctors are decrying a government memorandum ordering them to mentor "incompetent" Cuban slave doctors as they cannot be trusted to work alone, noting that they opposed importing more doctors to the African country when so many native medical professionals are out of a job,Diario de Cubareported on Monday.
The Chinese Foreign Minister erupted at Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday for daring to condemn the communist empire for building concentration camps to punish its Muslim Uighur population, insisting the camps are necessary to "save the people.
Orley García, conservative candidate for the mayorship of Toledo, Antioquia, Colombia, became the latest victim of suspected Marxist FARC terrorism, dying after being shot 13 times,El Tiempo reported Sunday.
Police arrested over 100 pro-democracy dissidents, dozens of which remain missing at press time, in Cuba on Sunday both in anticipation of and to shut down a protest event underway to observe the feast day of the patron saint of Cuba, Our Lady of Charity (La Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre).
Hong Kong students at more than 100 schools resumed their weekly boycotts on Monday, forming human chains in solidarity and demanding the government cede to their remaining four demands.
Hong Kong police arrested pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong for the second time since August 30 on Sunday following his return from Taiwan, where he was advocating solidarity with his city's anti-communist protest movement.
Some of the world's most authoritarian nations offered condolences to the government of Zimbabwe over the death of leftist mass murderer Robert Mugabe on Friday, who ruled the country for 30 years before being ousted in a coup in 2017.
A senior officer in Hong Kong's police department said that officers used "appropriate force" in a video circulating on social media showing a protester bleeding profusely from the face while being crushed into the ground by multiple officers and emphatically stating he was not resisting arrest, the Hong Kong Free Press (HKFP) reported on Friday.
Two unidentified men hurled a grenade into the home of Betsaida Montejo Pérez, a mayoral candidate in the remote town of San Calixto, North Santander, Colombia, late Tuesday – the second major attack on a woman running for office in the country since the narco-terrorist FARC organization declared war on the country last week.
A woman only identified by the surname "Shi" told the pro-democracy Hong Kong newspaperApple Dailyon Thursday that police pushed her down a staircase and bludgeoned her in the head for wearing a black shirt and passing through a Mass Transit Rail (MTR) station.
Two unidentified men wearing masks hurled Molotov cocktails into the home of Jimmy Lai, owner of Hong Kong's pro-democracy newspaper,Apple Daily, early Thursday morning.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists are urging the world's governments to support them against communist Chinese aggression. Prominent activist Joshua Wong spoke in Taiwan Tuesday urging Taipei to join their efforts, while others seek support from the United States, the greater West, and countries like India.
The several groups organizing pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong condemned Chief Executive Carrie Lam for taking months to announce the full withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill on Wednesday, noting that killing the bill was only one of the movement's five demands.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced Wednesday that the government would fully withdraw the bill that launched the ongoing pro-democracy movement from the legislature, ceding to one of the five demands protesters have been posing to the government for the past three months.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping, head of the nation's authoritarian Communist Party, reportedly mentioned the Hong Kong protests in passing during a speech to communist officials-in-training Tuesday. It marks the first known mention of Hong Kong since the current protest began in June.
The Chinese propaganda newspaperGlobal Times published a stunning article Tuesday that quotes Hong Kong chief executive confirming the legitimacy of audio published by Reuters in which she says she wants to resign from her post, but nonetheless declares the Reuters report is "fake.
Boko Haram terrorists entered the northeastern Nigerian village of Chibok, Borno, this weekend, burning down homes and looting food to sustain themselves according to locals.
Police found a mayoral candidate, her mother, and four others dead in western Cauca, Colombia, on Monday, victims of an ambush by Marxist FARC terrorists. The Colombian government is offering 150 million pesos ($43,574.25) for information on the whereabouts of
The Marxist regime in Nicaragua is persecuting members and leaders of the Catholic Church and committing "murders and crimes against humanity" over a year since pro-democracy protests began there, a bishop in the country told Breitbart News.
Hong Kong's juvenile courts are stripping custody from parents of minors who have participated in pro-democracy protests, the city's RTHK broadcaster reported this week.
Hong Kong police used pepper spray against people using the city's Mass Transit Railway (MTR) and beat them with batons regardless of their participating on protests this weekend, pro-democracy leaders said, citing graphic violence on the part of police forces caught on video.
A prominent member of Venezuela's socialist regime distanced boss Nicolás Maduro from the Colombian terrorist organization FARC's return to violence on Thursday, insisting Maduro has "nothing to do" with the group.
China's "People's Armed Police" staged "large-scaled anti-riot exercises" on Thursday in Shenzhen, the southern Chinese city that borders Hong Kong, a move state media dismissed as "routine.
Hong Kong police arrested at least five high-profile democracy activists between Thursday night and Friday afternoon on various charges of participating in "separatist" activities shortly before the city enters its thirteenth week of protests.
A Hong Kong protest organizer accused masked men of attacking him and a friend Thursday with baseball bats shortly after police denied his group, the Civil Human Rights Front, a permit for this weekend's planned protests.
FARC terrorist and Colombian Senator "Jesús Santrich," missing for over a month after being charged with large-scale cocaine trafficking, reemerged in a video Thursday morning announcing the Marxist group would return to violence despite the 2016 peace deal that put him in Congress.
The U.S. State Department announced on Wednesday the establishment of the Venezuela Affairs Unit (VAU) in neighboring Colombia, intended to serve as a de facto embassy to maintain relations with the legitimate Venezuelan government of President Juan Guaidó.
A 22-year-old woman was reportedly killed with a bottle shard on Monday morning in Caracas, Venezuela, after asking a friend to borrow 1000 bolivars ($0.05) for a bus ticket to renew her identification.
President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil decried environmentalist panic over fires sprawling over the Amazon Rainforest on Tuesday, noting, "I would like there to be fewer fires, of course, but they are under the average of the past few years.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte took the opportunity of a speech on family planning Tuesday to lambaste Iceland and "white" people generally, citing Iceland's extremely high abortion rates and cursing the country to "freeze in time.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro suggested on Tuesday that his nation may still accept a $20 million donation organized by French President Emmanuel Macron for combating fires in the Amazon Rainforest, but only if the French leader "withdraws the insults he has hurled against me.
ProgressUST, a student group at Hong Kong's University of Science and Technology, triggered the ire of college administrators on Monday who condemned a Facebook post by the group urging the construction of a wall between Hong Kong and China to ensure independence from communism.
The government of Brazil issued a stern rejection on Monday of attempts by French President Emmanuel Macron to involve Europe in the nation's response to sprawling fires in the Amazon rain forest, scolding France to pay its share into the Paris Agreement on climate change and branding Macron a "colonialist.
After yet another rally this weekend condemning Japan for its escalating trade dispute with South Korea, residents of the Seoul neighborhood that serves as home to the nation's presidential office are organizing an event to protest the "endless protests" they have endured since 2016.
China's state media celebrated the "election" Sunday of pro-China politician Ho Iat Seng as the chief executive of Macau, despite Ho being the only candidate legally on the ballot and the voters being a committee of China loyalists tasked with choosing the city's leaders.
A freelance journalist in Hong Kong reported Sunday that police there had arrested two men "visiting from the U.S." present at a protest attracting thousands in Tsuen Wan that day, potentially the first American citizen detentions since the protests began in June.
A Hong Kong police officer fired at least one gunshot on Sunday night, officials confirmed, amid a chaotic scene in the city's Tsuen Wan district in which pro-democracy protesters had begun attacking mahjong parlors they accused of ties to organized crime.
The official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party called for communists to gather in Tiananmen Square for an event denouncing the pro-freedom movement in Hong Kong, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported on Thursday.
Some of communist China's most prominent rappers, many who faced threats of censorship from the regime for their individualistic music, shared a pro-Hong Kong police meme this week created by Beijing.
Hong Kong's wealthiest man, Li Ka-shing, bought multiple front-page newspaper ads Friday encouraging protesters to "love China" and "love [the] rule of law."
Attorneys for some of the dozens of Hong Kong residents arrested for participating in pro-democracy protests in the last three months said on Wednesday that police officers have abused their clients, forcing them to drink what they believe was toilet water.
Former Colombian President Andrés Pastrana issued a statement Wednesday explaining why his name appeared on the flight records of accused rapist and sex trafficker of minors Jeffrey Epstein, claiming Cuban dictator Fidel Castro invited the two to Havana.
President Donald Trump floated a potential "personal meeting" with chairman of the Chinese Communist Party Xi Jinping on Wednesday to discuss ongoing protests in Hong Kong. The president highlighted Xi's public absence in the struggle as China's only capitalist city pushes Beijing away.
The U.S. Pacific Fleet confirmed on Wednesday that China had blocked a previously scheduled visit for two U.S. Navy ships to Hong Kong, adding that it hopes Beijing will soon reconsider and continue allowing the American military to have ties to the capitalist port city.