China Bans BBC Broadcasts in Move Seen as Warning to Journalists Over Xinjiang

In a possible reference to the BBC’s recent interviews with Uyghur women detailing rape and sexual assault in Xinjiang’s mass internment camps, the agency said reporting by the BBC had “violated the requirement that its reporting be truthful and fair, harmed China’s national interests and undermined China’s national unity.”

Tibetan Monk Dies After Beatings, Torture in Chinese Prison

“On Nov. 12, 2020 we learned that he had been admitted to a hospital in Dartsedo for treatment,” RFA’s source said, speaking on condition of anonymity and citing source in the Kardze area. “Then, on Jan. 19, he returned home from the hospital in a weak physical condition,”

The Shadow of Communism Behind the U.S. Election

The deaths caused by communist regimes makes communism the greatest catastrophe in human history,” wrote a November 2016 Wall Street Journal article titled “100 Years of Communism—and 100 Million Dead.”

US Reports ‘Substantial Progress’ in Countering Chinese Security Threat

“The Chinese Communist Party’s theft of sensitive information and technology isn’t a rumor or a baseless accusation,” Wray said in a statement on Monday. “It’s very real, and it’s part of a coordinated campaign by the Chinese government, which the China Initiative is helping to disrupt.”