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Month: September 2021

Xinjiang genocide conference aims to up pressure on China

LONDON (AP) — Leading scholars and lawyers are joining politicians and human rights groups in Britain for the first large-scale conference to discuss the Chinese government’s alleged genocide against the Uyghur ethnic group in the northwest Xinjiang region. The three-day conference at Newcastle University brings together dozens of speakers, including senior British judges and lawmakers,

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Los organizadores de Bonnaroo cancelan el festival por segundo año consecutivo, ahora por las inundaciones en Tennessee

olivertapia (CNN) — Los organizadores del Festival anual de música y arte de Bonnaroo en Tennessee cancelaron el evento de este año, citando las inundaciones causadas por las fuertes lluvias. Es el segundo año consecutivo en que se cancela el festival. El evento del año pasado fue cancelado debido a la pandemia de coronavirus. “Estamos

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China's sweeping crackdown on businesses has cost investors $3 trillion. Pictured is the Shanghai Stock Exchange Building in Shanghai

China’s ‘revolution’ cost investors $3 trillion. So why aren’t they running scared?

By Laura He, CNN Business Heavyweight global investment firms are sticking with China despite a sweeping crackdown on business by the ruling Communist Party that has wiped $3 trillion off the market value of the country’s biggest companies. Even as authorities rip up the status quo for tech, education and other private enterprise, drawing comparisons

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