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2nd May 2024 Thursday Headlines about China’s Aggression against its Muslims the Philippines and more Headlines!

These are the most interesting headlines of today and yesterday!

United States Navy (.mil)


SOUTH CHINA SEA (May 1, 2024) Sailors aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Howard (DDG 83) handle line on the fo’c’sle during a…

The Star

Philippines summons Chinese diplomat over South China Sea flare-up

MANILA: The Philippines summoned a Chinese diplomat on Thursday (May 2) to protest Beijing’s use of water cannon against Filipino vessels at a disputed…

U.S. Pacific Fleet (.mil)

Sailors aboard the USS Howard conduct a replenishment-at-sea with the USNS John Ericsson in the South China Sea

India Today

How India, Philippines are getting together against common foe – China

Tensions between Manila and Beijing have escalated over territorial claims in South China Sea, with latest flare-ups taking place mainly over two disputed…

South China Morning Post

South China Sea: how a Trump win could reshape the US-Philippines alliance

Most analysts believe Trump would maintain the alliance to counter Beijing, but some said major shifts including a potential troop pull-out were possible.

Bitter Winter

Uyghurs: Do Not Forget There Is Also an Economic Genocide

Artificially impoverished in their own land, Uyghurs sometimes manage to offer a glimpse of the truth through social media.


Uyghur Advocacy Groups Welcome New US Sanctions Bill – Shia Waves

Uyghur advocacy groups have welcomed the introduction of a new US Congressional bill that would expand sanctions against Chinese officials involved in human…


World Uyghur Congress praises UN effort for release of 43 Uyghurs detained in Thailand

The UN letter urged the Thai government to provide information on the decade-long arbitrary detention of the Uyghur men, their access to medical care,…

US labor official calls on companies to exit China’s Xinjiang

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – International companies cannot responsibly operate in Xinjiang and should leave the western Chinese region due to forced labor…

Daily Kos

Genocide Awareness Month Is Over; Genocide Is Not

April has come and gone but the scourge of genocide persists What can you do? Don’t buy Shein products. Their ads are everywhere and the products look great…


BlackRock Backed China Companies Linked to Nuclear Arms

BlackRock, a major Wall Street investment firm, is accused of investing in Chinese companies involved with nuclear weapons and human rights abuses,…

Prescott eNews

Why We Can’t Trust China With Tech Leadership – Inside Sources

The global race for technological leadership isn’t just about processors and algorithms — it’s a high-stakes competition. At play is which fundamental…


Half of U.S. Adults Support TikTok Ban, and 46% Think China Uses App to Spy on Americans: Poll

A majority of Americans — 56% — have an unfavorable view of TikTok, and half support a U.S. ban on the ByteDance app, according to a new poll.

NZ Herald

Spy agency watchdog assessing GCSB’s response to China group’s hack of former MPs

New Zealand ‘s spy agency watchdog is assessing whether to launch an inquiry into how the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) knew former MPs.


Spy watchdog has questions over handling of cyberattack

The Inspector-General of Security has initiated “preliminary inquiries” of how spy agencies handled China state-backed hacking attempt…

SC Media

China’s attacks on critical infrastructure ‘tip of the iceberg’

The head of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) described Chinese cyberattacks against U.S. critical infrastructure as the most…


IPAC wants to see acknowledgement of all cyber breaches against public figures

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance, whose members were victims of a China-backed cyber attack, is discussing forming a standing committee to deal with foreign…


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