Manoreys Rojas Hernández, a former Cuban slave doctor who defected from the program and is thus banned from his home country for eight years, said in an interview published Friday that he fears his children think he does not love them because the communist regime won't let him visit them.
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North Korean state television published photos allegedly of communist dictator Kim Jong-un visitingNorth Hwanghae Province on Friday following devastating floods in the area.
Dozens of residents of Beirut, Lebanon, took the streets late Thursday to demand accountability from their government after an explosion destroyed much of the city's port area, leaving at least 150 dead, 5,000 injured, and hundreds of thousands homeless.
A Lebanese lawmaker revealed evidence on Wednesday that customs officials tried to get the government to secure a stash of ammonium nitrate, a combustible material, at least six times and received no guidance.
A prominent commentator in Lebanon suggested late Wednesday that a top Chinese construction firm could take up the herculean task of reconstructing the Port of Beirut after a massive explosion destroyed much of the site and surrounding neighborhoods.
French President Emmanuel Macron toured the streets of Beirut, Lebanon, on Thursday, becoming the first head of state to do so following Tuesday's devastating explosion, including Lebanese President Michel Aoun.
China's dictator Xi Jinping rapidly issued a statement lamenting the deadly explosion in Beirut, Lebanon, reportedly expressing condolences to President Michel Aoun on Wednesday.
Lebanon's executive cabinet agreed to place under house arrest every Beirut port official responsible for storing confiscated items Wednesday in response to a massive blast in the port that has killed at least 100 and left thousands homeless.
The Iranian news agency Mehr published an article Wednesday speculating that the deadly explosion that destroyed large parts of Beirut, Lebanon, the day before was the product of U.S.
China's Foreign Ministry accused the United States military on Tuesday of terrifying the world with mysterious biological weapons experiments, demanding the U.S. "take the concerns of the international community seriously" and cease the alleged research.
Venezuelan socialist authorities reportedly arrested a man on Monday identified as Deivis Pacheco for filming firemen in the country's Trujillo state pushing along an ambulance that had fun out of gasoline.
TyphoonHagupit made landfall in eastern China Tuesday as much of the nation's interior continued to struggle with historic floods that, as of Tuesday, Beijing said had "affected" over 38 million people.
The Assembly of the Cuban Resistance, a Miami-based human rights organization, recently joined the Coalition to End Forced Labour in the Uyghur Region, a group urging companies to stop profiting from the enslavement of Uyghurs in China.
A senior official with theInternational Seed Testing Association (ISTA), which certifies agricultural products, warned this weekend that packages of unlabeled seeds appearing to come from China could represent "seed terrorism.
The BBC published an explosive report on Monday citing leaked government figures showing that Iran has documented nearly triple the number of Chinese coronavirus deaths internally as it has publicly and identified nearly half a million cases within its borders.
Over a dozen Hispanic advocacy groups, activists, and public officials signed a letter sent to Netflix on Thursday urging the streaming service to stop promoting the filmThe Wasp Network, glorifying Cuban spies whose work killed four Americans, as based on "true events.
Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency confirmed the arrival Turkish F-16 fighter jets on Friday to Azerbaijan for joint military drills, aiding a nation that threatened to bomb a nuclear power plant this month.
China's state propaganda outletGlobal Times published two obituaries for Taiwan's first democratically elected president, Lee Teng-hui, following his death Thursday disparaging him as a "national sinner" and declaring his death "not a sad news [sic].
The United Nations is investigating a potentially illegal military agreement between North Korea and its ally Venezuela, Reuters revealed, leading to calls from the government of President Juan Guaidó for the world to repudiate the socialist regime.
A report citing anonymous Indian military sources on Thursday revealed that the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deploy 35,000 troops to the nation's border with China, the same day China claimed both sides had largely "disengaged" there.
The World Uyghur Congress (WUC), an advocacy group for the ethnic minority native to western China, issued a call Thursday for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to revoke hosting privileges from Beijing for 2022.
The head of China's Center for Disease Control, Gao Fu, claimed in a conversation this weekend to have personally taken an experimental vaccine against the Chinese coronavirus.
The Hong Kong Police Department complained in an update on criminal behavior in the city on Wednesday that an ordinance mandating the wearing of sanitary masks in public has made their work more difficult, placing law enforcement at odds with the local government.
The North Korea monitor website 38 North published satellite images on Tuesday that indicate uranium enrichment activity continues at the communist regime's Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center, one of the top facilities for the generation of nuclear fuel.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un credited the nation's illegal nuclear weapons program for eradicating war from the country in a speech on Monday to veterans of the Korean War.
North Korea claimed to have identified its first suspected Chinese coronavirus case on Sunday, a refugee who had fled the country three years ago and allegedly snuck back across the border last week.
Islamist Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confessed on Friday, attending the first Islamic prayers at the Hagia Sophia in 86 years, that converting the ancient Christian cathedral to a mosque was his childhood dream.
The U.S. military confirmed to the Associated Press on Thursday that American fighter jets intercepted an Iranian commercial flight over Syria, calling it a "standard visual inspection," after Tehran complained that the incident amounted to "terrorism.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi floated the possibility on Thursday of offering Latin American countries a $1 billion loan to buy a Chinese coronavirus vaccine from Beijing.
The state-runIslamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) network claimed on Thursday afternoon that fighter jets had harassed a Mahar Air commercial flight over Syria. Various state-run Iranian and Syrian outlets disputed if the identity of the fighter jets was Israeli or American.
Kenya's largest doctors' union protested the government welcoming more Cuban slave doctors to the country this week, taking positions that the union says would greatly help 1,000 unemployed Kenyan doctors survive.
Nearly 200 global human rights and labor groups launched a campaign Thursday demanding companies stop profiting from China's enslaved ethnic minorities, noting that "virtually the entire apparel industry is tainted by forced Uyghur and Turkic Muslim labour.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) claimed this week to have cut ties with its training camp in Xinjiang, home to the vast majority of China's Uyghur ethnic minority and over a thousand concentration camps the Communist Party built to enslave them and destroy their culture.
A poll published Tuesday revealed that nearly 80 percent of Venezuelans believe President Donald Trump should stop supporting Juan Guaidó, the legitimate president of the country, after nearly two years of failing to exercise his power.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping delivered comments on Tuesday again offering no leadership on the historic floods threatening at least 27 provinces in the country, instead pressuring Chinese businesses to rapidly make up for losses caused by the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Cuba's state news agency advertised the creation of groceries exclusively for people who donate blood to the regime, the Cuban-American site Babalú Blog reportedMonday.
The Islamist regime in Iran reported the deaths of 229 people on Tuesday as a result of the Chinese coronavirus, the highest official count in one day since the country began documenting cases in February.
Former Tsinghua University professor Xu Zhangrun, who Chinese officials arrested and fired after publishing multiple letters condemning Tsinghua alum Xi Jinping's authoritarian regime, penned a letter this weekend vowing to continue challenging the Communist Party and thanking supporters.
Officials in France confirmed Monday that they had received and were salvaging data from the black boxes of Ukrainian International Airlines (UIA) Flight 752, which the government of Iran shot down in January.
Kim Jong-un reportedly berated members of his communist "Workers' Party" on Monday for "serious problems" in the construction of the Pyongyang General Hospital and ordered his senior officers to "replace all the officials responsible" for the "careless" budgeting around its construction.
Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh visited his country's border with China on Friday, inspecting the Ladakh region where communist People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers attacked their Indian counterparts with sticks and rocks last month.
The government of leftist South Korean President Moon Jae-in canceled the operating licenses of two non-governmental organizations on Friday for sending leaflets with banned news and information into North Korea.
Attorneys with the Global Liberty Alliance, a human rights NGO, filed a complaint with the government of Uruguay on Thursday urging the nation to investigate its deal with communist Cuba to import doctors to the country.
TheManila Bulletin, the Philippines' largest English-language newspaper, published remarks on Wednesday allegedly made by President Rodrigo Duterte in which he threatened to blow up any international court that tries him for human rights abuses.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appeared to deny on Wednesday that a post on Twitter showing his dog Mercer enjoying a Winnie the Pooh chew toy was meant to insult Chinese dictator Xi Jinping, who has banned references of the cartoon bear in the country for years after dissidents began comparing their portly builds.
Residents of Havana denounced the Cuban government in a report Tuesday revealing they have often spent as long as two weeks without access to running water in the past three months amid the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon India will reportedly abide by new government requirements that all its products indicate where they were manufactured, reports indicated on Wednesday, a policy implemented following the surge of a national movement to boycott Chinese products.
Turkey's Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan marked four years since he overcame a military coup attempt with a concert at his lavish presidential complex on Wednesday and thousands of planned events nationwide.
Members of the Cuban exile community, organized by the Center for a Free Cuba, held a moment of silence to observe the anniversaries of communist murders on Monday, including the drowning of dozens in the July 13, 1994, tugboat massacre, the killing of Christian dissidents Oswaldo Payá and Harold Cepero, and the death of Chinese Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo.
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Boston Celtics star Enes Kanter condemned the conversion of the Hagia Sophia, once one of the most important Christian cathedrals in the world, in an interview Sunday, accusing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of converting what was officially a museum in a desperate bid to win votes.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping demanded Communist Party leaders "brave challenges" on Sunday in the face of nationwide floods affecting 27 provinces, urging "more effective flood control measures" but not appearing to specify or offer any help personally to his underlings.
Kim Yo-jong, sister to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, published a poorly written "press statement" Friday praising Kim's relationship with President Donald Trump, rejecting further summits between them, and requesting DVD copies of Fourth of July celebration footage.
The mayor of Seoul, the capital of South Korea, left a suicide note apologizing "to everyone" before disappearing Thursday, police revealed.
A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry demanded Thursday that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo clarify the "truth" about the relationship between the Chinese coronavirus and e-cigarette disease, two medical phenomena that no evidence suggests are related.
Police in South Korea confirmed on Thursday that the mayor of the nation's capital, Seoul, had gone missing. Reports indicated that Park Won-soon had made cryptic goodbye statements to his family before vanishing on Thursday morning.
China'sCentral Commission for Discipline Inspection, responsible for imprisoning Communist Party members accused of corruption, published a documentaccusing former Interpol President Meng Hongwei of indulging in "lust" and using state officials as servants, theSouth China Morning Post revealed on Wednesday.
The Communist Party of China is using an allegedly anti-corruption police operation known as "Fox Hunt" to pressure and threaten ethnic Chinese people around the world, including some in America, to return home and face prison, FBI Director Christopher Wray alleged on Tuesday.
The Agriculture Ministry of Indonesia announced this weekend the creation of an "antivirus necklace" made of eucalyptus that could allegedly kill the Chinese coronavirus, later walking back its properties, but not before the nation's health minister claimed it could boost the wearer's "psychological mentality.
Indian media reported on Monday that China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) had finally started retreating at the Indian border, weeks after a bloody clash in which Chinese troops attacked their Indian counterparts with, among other weapons, sticks wrapped in barbed wire.
The head of one of the country's largest Indian-American groups told Breitbart News on Monday that "made in America" should be a pivotal part of a growing movement for independence from the Chinese economy, a movement that Indian and Tibetan activists rallied for in Times Square, New York, this weekend.
Chinese police whisked Xu Zhangrun out of his home on Monday after years of writing scathing critiques of dictator Xi Jinping, reports alleged, and shortly after police began calling his wife and claiming he was soliciting prostitutes.
Ariel Ruiz Urquiola, a Cuban biologist and human rights activist, failed to complete a 90-second statement before the U.N. Human Rights Council on Friday after member states Cuba, North Korea, Venezuela, and China interrupted him for nearly 13 minutes.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the border between his country and China on Friday, delivering a speech thanking the country's soldiers for defending against a Chinese attack that left nearly two dozen dead despite the absence of firearms.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) revealed Wednesday that it had seized a shipment in Newark, NJ, containing $800,000 worth of human hair originating in Xinjiang, China, where the Communist Party maintains concentration camps.
The government of Turkey issued a statement Wednesday saying Ankara was "shocked" at a statement from U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urging Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan not to turn the Hagia Sophia into a mosque.
Daniel Llorente Miranda, a Cuban dissident forcibly removed from the island and stranded in Guyana for over a year, tells Breitbart News he has taken once again to protesting, this time against both the communist regime in his homeland and those he sees as enablers in his new home.
Man Faces 10 Years in Prison for ‘Hong Kong Independence’ Flag; First Arrest Under ‘National Security’ Law
Hong Kong police announced on Wednesday that officers had made their first arrest under the Communist Party's new "national security" law: a man found to have in his possession a flag reading "Hong Kong independence.
Man Could Face 10 Years in Prison for ‘Hong Kong Independence’ Flag; First Arrest Under ‘National Security’ Law
Hong Kong police announced on Wednesday that officers had made their first arrest under the Communist Party's new "national security" law: a man found to have in his possession a flag reading "Hong Kong independence.
Leftist South Korean President Moon Jae-in is urging President Donald Trump to hold a third summit with North Korean President Kim Jong-un before the U.S. presidential election in November, South Korean media outlets reported on Thursday.
A lawmaker in Buenos Aires province, Argentina – where the nation's capital is located – presented a bill on Monday that would require individuals to opt out of donating blood plasma if they are diagnosed with Chinese coronavirus and survive the infection.
The top membership of the pro-democracy Hong Kong group Demosisto resigned from their positions on Tuesday, triggering the disbanding of the group entirely. A staple in anti-China advocacy in the city for four years, Demosisto's members expressed reservations at the passing of Beijing's "national security" law.
Chinese dictator Xi Jinping signed a decree on Tuesday enacting a "national security" law that allows the Communist Party to antagonize and prosecute dissidents in Hong Kong, triggering global condemnation and widespread concern among participants in the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement.
Drone strikes of unconfirmed origin killed at least six people in Sulaimani province, northern Iraq, on Thursday, including multiple children. The strike, reportedly targeting members of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), occurred near what the Kurdish outlet Rudaw described as a "village resort" popular with families.
Amid military hostilities with China and leading the world's only concrete plan to decouple from the Communist Party's monopoly on manufacturing, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has emerged as the leader of the free world's fight to contain Beijing, assuming a role now mostly vacated by President Donald Trump.
China'sGlobal Times state propaganda newspaper angrily condemned President Donald Trump's signing of the Uyghur Human Rights Act in a column Thursday by urging China's rubber-stamp legislature to pass a law condemning "the deplorable U.S.
Thousands of people in Hong Kong gathered on Monday to observe the anniversary of the death of Marco Leung, a protester who fell to his death on the eve of the largest protest in the city's history.
Hong Kong's public broadcaster, RTHK, will soon air a 20-episode news show on China's decision to pass a law that allows Communist Party agents to arrest those who threaten Beijing, the network revealed on Thursday, after a "government-appointed board of advisers" urged the network to "embrace" the legislation.
Jimmy Lai, owner of Hong Kong'sApple Daily and longtime pro-democracy activist, told Radio Free Asia (RFA) in an interview published Wednesday that he believed China's communist takeover of the city would collapse its economy because its main selling point of being free of communist corruption had now disappeared.
The State Department accused Indian officials on Wednesday of permitting, and sometimes promoting or participating in, mob violence against Christians, Muslims, and other religious minorities in its annual religious freedom report.
A shocking video caught the moment on Monday in which Havana residents fled a large cloud of debris created by a collapsing building, which locals alleged had been under "demolition" orders for years.
Brazilian Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo announced on Tuesday that his country had joined with Australia, European Union members, and other countries to propose a complete overhaul of the World Health Organization (W.H.O.
Police confirmed the arrests of 53 people in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Tuesday for participating in a socialist protest against the United States, allegedly a response to the killing of Minnesota resident George Floyd by Minneapolis police.
A senior Chinese official dismissed the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement, which has attracted millions of protesters in the past year, as supporters of "terrorism" who had "gone too far" in remarks on Monday.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), Iran's largest dissident organization, revealed that, by its tally, over 50,000 people have died in the country as a result of the Chinese coronavirus as of Sunday.
Former pro-China presidential candidate Han Kuo-yu became the first mayor in the history of Taiwan to lose his job via recall this weekend. More residents of his city, Kaohsiung, voted to recall him than voted to elect him in 2018.
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.
North Korea's ruling party issued a statement Thursday condemning U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for issuing statements in defense of the human rights of people in China and expressed support for China's ongoing crackdown on human rights in Hong Kong.
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.