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Manila claims nearly 300 Chinese militia vessels have swarmed Philippines-held islands in latest incursion

Russia Today 12 May 2021
Also on rt.com Beijing tells Manila to keep hands off ... The NTF WPS also accused Chinese vessels of breaching Beijing’s own seasonal fishing ban in the region after sighting them harvesting shells inside the lagoon of Bajo de Masinloc, more commonly known as Scarborough Shoal.
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Commuters forced to go the distance

China Daily 22 Apr 2021
Many people living outside Beijing and commuting long distances to work in the capital dream of ending these monotonous journeys ... They set their sights on new real estate projects outside Beijing ... They spend 40 minutes on expressways and another 25 minutes traveling within Beijing to their offices. There is no subway line between Beijing and Langfang.
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Lorenzana says PH ships, private seacrafts still free to go to West PH Sea

Manila Bulletin 20 Apr 2021
According to Duterte, he is not authorizing the sending of gray ships or military warships in the WPS to avoid a confrontation with Beijing ... Civilians said the chasing of ordinary fishing boats by larger and more powerful Chinese vessels has become the norm since Beijing established their presence in the WPS.
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China blocks US-based think tank's website over critique on sanctions

Sify 19 Apr 2021
Beijing. In light of the worsening ties between the United States and China, Beijing has blocked the Centre for Strategic and International Studies' (CSIS) website in China, after the Washington-based group released a piece criticising the country's sanctions on a European think tank ... Then followed Beijing's CSIS website block.
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CCP Has Taken Over Islamic Countries, Muslim Scholar Warns

The Epoch Times 19 Apr 2021
Beijing has set its sight on Islamic countries in the Middle East and Central Asia, as they are crucial to its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI, also known as One Belt, One Road), which seeks to ...
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China blocks US-based think tank website over critique

Beijing News 18 Apr 2021
Beijing , April 18 (ANI). In light of the worsening ties between the United States and China, Beijing has blocked the Centre for Strategic and International Studies' (CSIS) website in China, after the Washington-based group released a piece criticising the country's sanctions on a European think tank ... Then followed Beijing's CSIS website block.
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Hong Kong democracy leaders given jail terms amid crackdown

Asahi News 17 Apr 2021
... 2019 anti-government protests that triggered an overwhelming crackdown from Beijing ... “This week, we have witnessed some of the most distinguished of the city’s peaceful and moderate champions of liberty and democracy placed in Beijing’s vengeful sights,” he said in a statement.
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UK Politicians Condemn Jailing of Hong Kong Activists, Urge Sanctions

The Epoch Times 16 Apr 2021
This week, we have witnessed some of the most distinguished of the city's peaceful and moderate champions of liberty and democracy placed in Beijing's vengeful sights.
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Hong Kong democracy leaders sentenced to jail

Taipei Times 16 Apr 2021
... 2019 anti-government protests that triggered an overwhelming crackdown from Beijing ... “This week, we have witnessed some of the most distinguished of the city’s peaceful and moderate champions of liberty and democracy placed in Beijing’s vengeful sights,” he said in a statement.
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Media mogul among Hong Kong pro-democracy campaigners sentenced to jail terms

Belfast Telegraph 16 Apr 2021
... 2019 anti-government protests that triggered an overwhelming crackdown from Beijing ... “This week, we have witnessed some of the most distinguished of the city’s peaceful and moderate champions of liberty and democracy placed in Beijing’s vengeful sights,” he said in a statement.
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Hong Kong democracy leaders sentenced to jail terms amid crackdown

Stars and Stripes 16 Apr 2021
... protests that triggered an overwhelming crackdown from Beijing ... "This week, we have witnessed some of the most distinguished of the city's peaceful and moderate champions of liberty and democracy placed in Beijing's vengeful sights," he said in a statement.
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Hong Kong pro-democracy figures given jail terms of up to 18 months

The Observer 16 Apr 2021
... targeted by authorities bent on removing all opposition to Beijing ... Chris Patten, a former British governor of Hong Kong, said the cases saw “some of the most distinguished of the city’s peaceful and moderate champions of liberty and democracy placed in Beijing’s vengeful sights”.
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Hong Kong pro-democracy leaders given jail terms amid crackdown on dissent

The Los Angeles Times 16 Apr 2021
... from Beijing ... Beijing’s dismantling of Hong Kong’s autonomy is all but complete ... “This week, we have witnessed some of the most distinguished of the city’s peaceful and moderate champions of liberty and democracy placed in Beijing’s vengeful sights,” he said in a statement.
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Hong Kong's Police Debut the Goose Step as City Marches to Beijing's Tune

Wall Street Journal 15 Apr 2021
... Security Education Day, marked with fanfare 10 months after Beijing initiated a sweeping crackdown on dissent in the city ... The sight of Hong Kong police marching in mainland fashion formed the most potent symbol of Beijing’s influence, and became the focal point of the day.
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Shake Shack says burger business resilient in Asia

Hong Kong Standard 15 Apr 2021
Singapore and Beijing are preparing for new openings too, according to the company’s website ... Even last year, through the pandemic, in August we opened in Beijing. We’ve got our sights now on Macao and in the south, starting in Shenzhen.” ...  . .
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