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China’s Xi calls Taiwan’s independence push ‘serious hidden danger’ & promises ‘peaceful reunification’ with self-governed island

“Taiwan independence separatism is the biggest obstacle to achieving the reunification of the motherland and the most serious hidden danger to national rejuvenation,” Xi said in a speech at Beijing’s Great Hall of the People on Saturday. “Realizing national reunification by peaceful means best serves the interests of the nation …

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‘Serious issues with self-awareness’: China urges US to find ‘courage’ to address own mistakes after bilateral military talks

Beijing welcomes dialogue with the United States, but insists Washington must take steps to end “continuous provocations and suppression of China,” Defense Ministry spokesman Wu Qian told reporters on Thursday, not long after military officials on both sides held a pair of virtual meetings.  “The military relationship has faced many …

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Bank of America reportedly forces employees to embrace woke ideology – Now, that is a serious threat to democracy. Here’s why

The Bank of America’s radical re-education programme actually exhorts its staff to become “woke at work,” writes the City Journal, citing documents it obtained from a whistleblower. In practice, being woke at work means acting in accordance with the doctrine and practices promoted by campus social justice warriors, Black Lives …

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UK police confirm multiple fatalities at ‘serious firearms incident’ in Plymouth, air ambulances called to scene (VIDEO)

“We were called at 18:12 to an ongoing incident in Plymouth,” the South Western Ambulance Service tweeted on Thursday evening, adding that “a significant number of resources,” including helicopters, multiple doctors and senior paramedics were sent to the city. Police later confirmed that a “serious firearms incident” had taken place, …

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Australian military quietly releases reform plan to address ‘serious & systemic’ failings exposed by Afghanistan war crimes report

Last November, the Brereton inquiry found sufficient credible evidence to allege that 25 Australian soldiers were involved in the murder of 39 Afghan civilians and prisoners. Recommending a criminal investigation, it warned of a “warrior culture” within the country’s special forces, and of “the clique of non-commissioned officers who propagated …

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