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A senior NSC official told NBC News that the July 11 Cuba protests prompted Joe Biden to reconsider restoring Obama's pro-regime concessions. [Read More]
Teen environmental activist Greta Thunberg sent a letter revealed on Tuesday to anti-communist Hong Kong protest leader Joshua Wong. [Read More]
W.H.O. head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus discouraged countries from enacting travel bans on African countries. [Read More]
The Netherlands and Nigeria revealed Omicron cases prior to scientists in South Africa confirming its existence. [Read More]
The U.S. will remove the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) from its list of designated terrorist groups. [Read More]
China's state-run Global Times dismissed the mRNA vaccines used in America as too "high-priced" and "complicated" for Africa. [Read More]
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres condemned travel bans rapidly imposed in the past week on southern African countries. [Read More]
China's state-run Global Times newspaper mocked the possibility of a "diplomatic boycott" of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics by Joe Biden. [Read More]
Srdjan Djokovic, father of world tennis #1 Novak Djokovic, said on Sunday that his son "probably won't" play in the Australian Open. [Read More]
The Taliban "prime minister" of Afghanistan delivered a bizarre audio address claiming that famine is "a great test from Allah." [Read More]
Cyril Ramaphosa, the president of South Africa, condemned on Sunday what he repeatedly called "unjustified" travel bans over Omicron. [Read More]
China cited alleged "experts" in its state-run press on Sunday to preemptively declare its policies against the Omicron variant a success. [Read More]
A leftist mob attacked the pregnant staffer of conservative presidential frontrunner José Antonio Kast of Chile on Thursday. [Read More]
The Communist Party organized multiple mass assemblies to honor the memory of dictator Fidel Castro. [Read More]
China's Global Times published a screed condemning the U.S. for imposing "tyranny" on ethnic minorities, citing laws from the 1890s. [Read More]
Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) deleted an article from its website on the ongoing scandal surrounding Chinese tennis champion Peng Shuai. [Read More]
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