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‘Hat of genocide’: Beijing accuses Washington of wiping out Native Americans, while blasting US rumor-mongering in Xinjiang

Speaking on Wednesday, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Zhao Lijian said Beijing firmly opposes the US’ insistence on spreading rumors and false information about China’s internal affairs, calling on Washington to provide real evidence. Regarding the rumors concerning China’s human rights abuses in Xinjiang, Zhao stated that the Uighur population …

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With new Washington sanctions banning export of ‘defense articles’ to Russia, Moscow reveals it hasn’t received US arms since WWII

On Tuesday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken unveiled new sanctions against Moscow after the alleged poisoning and “attempted assassination of Russian opposition figure Aleksey Navalny.” “The US government has exercised its authorities to send a clear signal that Russia’s use of chemical weapons and abuse of human rights have …

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Despite Russia’s ‘challenge’ to American values, State Dept says Washington seeking further ways to improve stability with Moscow

Blinken was speaking to US state-funded radio station NPR, where he explained his belief that Washington should work with Moscow on “both fronts,” despite the White House’s view of the Kremlin. In particular, Blinken noted the recently extended New START arms control reduction agreement as an example of mutually beneficial …

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Washington and Seoul to resume drill simulating war with North Korea after break due to Covid-19 and Trump-Kim talks – media

The allies will conduct a computer-simulated command-post drill in mid-March, South Korean media reported on Sunday. The Korea Herald newspaper cited sources saying that a nine-day war game will simulate combat operations against Pyongyang. The event will be the first US-South Korean drill during Joe Biden’s administration. The two countries …

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