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Maxwell trial stirs anti-media conspiracy theoriesJulie K. Brown, the Miami Herald investigative reporter, has been in court covering the Ghislaine Maxwell trial every day. She says the issue is "the government concealing information, the judiciary allowing the sealing of documents in this case. And that is what has allowed these conspiracy theories to fester."
The EU is finally putting its money where its mouth is on China The European Union has long been criticized for trying to have its cake and eat it when it comes to China. On one hand, it badly wants a strong economic relationship with its biggest partner for goods trade. On the other, it recognizes the Chinese government is a serial human rights offender and systemic rival.
The world's newest nation is both drying up and drowningMany of the main roads running through Unity State are now completely submerged, yet the traffic remains. There are no cars, just people, some of whom swim, others wade, pushing their way through the heavy silt-laden water. The more fortunate glide by on canoes with their livestock and whatever possessions they could salvage from the floods.
White House announces US diplomatic boycott of 2022 Winter Olympics in BeijingThe Biden administration will not send any diplomatic representatives to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing as a statement against Chinese human rights abuses in Xinjiang, White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced Monday.
'Egregious': Psaki says human rights abuses reason for Olympics boycottWhite House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that US diplomatic officials will boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing as a protest against Chinese human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
India signs trade and arms deals with Russia during Putin's visit to New DelhiRussia and India signed a flurry of trade and arms deals during President Vladimir Putin's visit to New Delhi for talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, including one that will see India produce more than 600,000 Kalashnikov assault rifles.
Biden faces high-stakes test in call with Putin over UkrainePresident Joe Biden is set for one of the most critical calls of his presidency on Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, as he gets stark warnings from the US intelligence community that Russia is preparing to invade Ukraine as soon as next month.
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