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In January, I started hearing from relatives in China about the deadly virus that had turned their lives upside down. Now, on the other side of the world, I’m facing the same thing.
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The democracy protests in Hong Kong have brought to light the dirty little secret of Chinese-on-Chinese racial aggression.
A major organization in the region, sanctioned for its “connection to serious human rights abuses against ethnic minorities,” still does business all over the world.
Here is the most complete picture yet of the staggering scale of China’s prisons and detention camps for Muslims in Xinjiang.
In a lush countryside idyll known for its horse farms and fields of yellow flowers, China built a system of total control.
China rounded up so many Muslims in Xinjiang that there wasn’t enough space to hold them. Then the government started building.
Hundreds of thousands of Muslims have been held inside Xinjiang’s camps, but very little is known about life inside. BuzzFeed News spoke to dozens of ex-detainees.
Record rainfall fills Zhengzhou's streets and subway stations, leaving at least 25 people dead and thousands stranded and wading in chest deep water.
The department’s former senior official on nonproliferation says he intervened to prevent the US government from “embarrassing and discrediting” itself with claims that lacked strong scientific evidence.
The company, Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology, once sought “labor exports” in the region. Forced labor is a major part of China’s campaign against Muslims in Xinjiang.
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Travelers from Wuhan, China, will be screened for the new coronavirus — linked to two deaths overseas — at airports in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles.
“It’s almost impossible to confidently assess the labor conditions in Xinjiang.”
Experts are making wildly different predictions about the future of the coronavirus. "We are at the blind-men-feeling-the-elephant stage of this outbreak.”
Facebook is on track for record ad revenue this year. That’s partly due to its lax approach to stopping scammers, hackers, and disinformation peddlers who buy ads that rip off and manipulate people, say former and current workers.
Content targeting Biden and Trump received almost no engagement.
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"I don’t have time for nonsense. We press on and strong."
At a companywide meeting, Facebook's CEO also said President Donald Trump brought up China during an October dinner at the White House.
China, meanwhile, "prefers" that Trump does not win reelection and is "expanding" its own efforts, an intelligence community leader said.
“We will pursue all remedies available to us in order to ensure that the rule of law is not discarded.”
In his executive order, the president argued the app "automatically captures vast swaths of information from its users" that could be used against American interests.
Reels is just like TikTok — but built right into the Instagram app.
Trump has been threatening to ban the popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app, citing national security concerns that the company could be misusing American consumer information.
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Following the Indian government's ban of 59 apps owned by Chinese companies, the video app company is reminding people it's American.
“I don’t want to get out in front of the president, but it’s something we’re looking at," Pompeo said.
The government ordered 59 Chinese-owned apps to be blocked following border clashes with China that left 20 Indian soldiers dead.