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China Trying to Block U.N. Assessment of Human Rights in Xinjiang

Chinese diplomats in Geneva are trying to stop the publication of a United Nations report on the human rights situation in Xinjiang, Reuters reported Wednesday.

Far-Reaching US Amendments to WHO Regulations, Global Pandemic Treaty Raise Concerns

U.S.-proposed amendments to the international health regulations which govern response to pandemics and the new global pandemic treaty, both on the agenda of the...

WHO Expert Says Monkeypox Outside Africa Can Be Contained: ‘Let’s Not Make a Mountain Out of a Molehill’

An expert with the World Health Organization said that the spread of the monkeypox will likely be contained in countries outside Africa and warned...

Viganò Warns about W.H.O. Pandemic Treaty: ‘Yielding Sovereignty Is Considered Crime of High Treason’

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò released a memo on Sunday warning nations who are considering joining the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Pandemic Treaty that handing over sovereignty to the global body constitutes the “crime of high treason.”

Bachmann: Biden to ‘Transfer U.S. Sovereign Authority’ to World Health Organization, ‘Create a Global Platform for Global Government’

"These amendments would transfer our healthcare decision making out of U.S. hands into the hands of the Director General of the WHO," says Bachman.

Authorities: Hate Against Taiwanese Led to Church Attack

A gunman motivated by political hatred against Taiwan chained shut the doors of a California church and hid firebombs inside before shooting at a gathering of mostly elderly Taiwanese parishioners, killing a man who tackled him and possibly saved dozens of lives, authorities said Monday.

California Church Shooter Identified, Police Say Hero Doctor Took Him Down

The man accused of shooting six people at a church in California on May 15 was identified as a Nevada resident who authorities say was taken down by a doctor.

What the Destruction of the Hippocratic Oath Means for Society

Amidst the Omicron variant era of the pandemic, secondary disasters have been constantly taking place in many cities in communist China under strict lockdown.

Nearly Half of Germans Believe ‘Political Correctness’ Threatens Free Speech

A survey done by Germany’s pro-censorship federal government has found that around half of people in the country feel that accusations of racism and “political correctness” can stifle free speech.

Who’s Push for New Pandemic Treaty Stokes Fears of Global Governance

Proponents of accord argue it's crucial to fight pandemics; critics counter such a measure will lead to coercive, one-size-fits-all rules and undermine national sovereignty.

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