'What (China) appear to be admitting is that they've kicked out two of our journalists because ASIO investigated two of theirs who left, right? So it's tit for tat,' he told ABC radio on Thursday. … [Read more...] about Politicians around the world accuse China of ‘bullying’ and ‘intimidating’ Australia as tensions escalate after two journalists were forced out
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U.S. warned of more restrictionsChina expelled a record 17 foreign journalists in the first half of 2020 and recently delayed renewing the press cards of five others working for U.S. outlets — putting them at risk of expulsion — in tit-for-tat retaliation for Washington's limits on Chinese reporters operating in the U.S. and delays in renewing the visas of others. … [Read more...] about China accused of “assault on media freedoms” as Australian journalists leave under pressure
"We have particles that have a diameter smaller than a virus. Human hair is very big compared to these. The larger ones will be deposited into the lung - that's the biggest worry. But recent scientific evidence shows that when the particles are small enough they go into the bloodstream, they can go directly into the brain. … [Read more...] about What is China doing to tackle its air pollution?
Faced with growing doubts about the much-touted economic benefits of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), accentuated by the recent cancellation of two projects by Pakistan and Nepal, its earliest supporters, the 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has incorporated the ambitious $1.4 trillion geo-economic BRI into the Party Constitution. Inextricably woven into Chinese President Xi Jinping’s agenda of making China a global power by 2050, the BRI is set to be included in the country’s constitution at the National People’s Congress — China’s version of a parliament — in March 2018. This will assure it of party and State backing. … [Read more...] about Why China is keen to discuss CPEC with India
Mishcon de Reya was not a party in the case and no findings were made against the firm. However, the judgment described HMRC’s allegations against Newcastle, including an allegation that the bulk of a £1.9m fee that the club paid to an agent who was involved in 2011 negotiations to sign Demba Ba was transferred via Mishcon de Reya to companies linked to Ba and unlicensed football agents. … [Read more...] about Regulators investigate elite London law firm Mishcon de Reya