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Xinjiang Uighurs moved into factory forced labor for foreign brands

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Peking University to Open Campus in England

One of China’s top universities has acquired a medieval campus in the city of Oxford, a hub of higher learning in England for centuries,...

Five Eyes intelligence alliance builds coalition to counter China

Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and the United States — with countries such as Germany and Japan — have been exchanging classified information...

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