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Video shows Chinese woman describe Wuhan coronavirus patients being stuffed into body bags and burned alive Taiwan News Date: 2020/02/26 By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — As the World Health Organization (WHO) praises China for its "tailored approach" to handling the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, a video has surfaced of a Chinese […]

CBS News Date: February 19, 2020 China on Wednesday said it has revoked the press credentials of three reporters for the U.S. newspaper Wall Street Journal over a headline for an opinion column deemed racist by the government. The expulsions come after the Trump administration on Tuesday designated five state-run Chinese news outlets that operate in […]

The New York Post Date: February 19, 2020 By: Post Editorial Board Kudos to Team Trump for calling out some of China’s US-based media outlets for what they essentially are: state-sponsored propaganda. On Tuesday, the State Department announced that the US operations of five Chinese entities — Xinhua News Agency, China Radio International, China Global Television Network […]

China’s Foreign Ministry says move was punishment for a recent opinion piece published by the Journal The Wall  Street Journal Date: Feb. 19, 2020 China revoked the press credentials of three Wall Street Journal reporters based in Beijing, the first time the Chinese government has expelled multiple journalists simultaneously from one international news organization since […]

National efforts to strengthen food security have an impact far beyond any single country’s borders. The Atantic Date: FEBRUARY 15, 2020 By: MELISSA CHAN & HERIBERTO ARAÚJO This article is a collaboration between The Atlantic and the Pulitzer Center. The Amazon tends to evoke an Edenic vision—of a mysterious and impenetrable land, pregnant with beasts from jaguars […]

CNBC Date: Feb 15 2020 By: Berkeley Lovelace Jr and William Feuer KEY POINTS The coronavirus that emerged from China’s Hubei province over a month ago and has spread to two dozen countries is already fueling mistrust from the U.S. government on whether China can provide accurate information. U.S. mistrust of China goes as far back as the […]

New York Post Date: February 15, 2020 By: Melissa Klein Chinese President Xi Jinping was aware of the deadly coronavirus that is ravaging his country much earlier than originally thought, according to a new report. Xi gave unspecified internal orders about the virus on Jan. 7 during a meeting of the country’s Politburo Standing Committee, according […]

Associated Press Date: Feb 16, 2020 24-minutes ago By: YANAN WANG Travelers wear face masks and goggles as they use their smartphones outside the Beijing Railway Station in Beijing, Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020. People returning to Beijing will now have to isolate themselves either at home or in a concentrated area for medical observation, said […]

Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact with outsiders. The New York Times Date: Feb. 15, 2020 By: Raymond Zhong and Paul Mozur SHANGHAI — China has flooded cities and villages with battalions of neighborhood busybodies, uniformed volunteers and Communist […]

Worldwide number of infections reaches 69,079, death toll climbs to 1,666 Taiwan News Date: 2020/02/16 By: Disease Outbreak News Center, Taiwan News [FULL  STORY]