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Australia is sending spies to China

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Lucas Leiroz, research fellow in international law at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro… Chinese authorities have announced that they are fighting a major Australian spying offensive. According to information released by Global Times, anonymous government sources have revealed that several Australian spies have been identified and tracked both in…

China Sentences Australian Citizen to Death amid Deteriorating Diplomatic Ties

A Chinese court sentenced an Australian citizen to death for alleged drug trafficking, the Guardian reported on Monday. Karm Gilespie has been detained in China since late 2013, according to Chinese state media reports released over the weekend. The 56-year-old man was reportedly arrested at an airport in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, allegedly…

President Trump invites Putin – and Russia – to help at G7

TASS, the Russian News Agency, reports that Russia’s presence is both valued and desired at the upcoming G7 meeting. Last week, US President Donald Trump informed that the G7 summit set to take place in the USA would be moved from late June to September, adding that he plans to invite Russia, South Korea, Australia…

World Health Organization Stopped Medical Experts from Recommending Coronavirus Travel Bans

Medical experts wanted to recommend travel bans for nations to help stop the spread of the Chinese coronavirus in the early days of the pandemic. World Health Organization (WHO) bureaucrats stopped them from making those recommendations. A report by Australia’s Sky News revealed that on January 30, WHO bureaucrats met with a group of doctors…

Australia Halts All Firearm Sales amid Coronavirus Buying Surge

The government in Victoria, Australia, reacted to the surge in firearm “permit to acquire” applications by shutting down gun sales altogether during the coronavirus crisis. The Daily Mail reports that Police Minister Lisa Neville and the National Cabinet decided to halt gun purchases after permit applications “doubled.” Neville and the cabinet fear that more guns will…

Australia Willing to Be the U.S.’ Policeman in The Pacific

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, Research Fellow at the Center for Syncretic Studies… The U.S. is ramping up pressure on Australia to support hostilities against China in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific. Last week in Sydney, the U.S. Ambassador to Australia, Arthur Culvahouse, said that “We’ll be pushing Australia to expand its step-up…

Pregnant Katy Perry Leaves Australia As Coronavirus Concerns Increase, And Orlando Bloom Announces Self-Quarantine...

March 13, 2020 6:36 PM ET Actress Katy Perry and fiancé Orlando Bloom are traveling back to the United States as concerns over the coronavirus continues to increase. Perry, who has just revealed she’s pregnant, remained confined to her hotel for 24 hours before her departure to the U.S., according to a report published Thursday…

Police Draw Outrage After Remarks On Murder-Suicide Involving A Mother And Three Kids

February 20, 2020 5:43 PM ET Australian police sparked outrage after they made remarks that were allegedly dismissive of domestic abuse following the murder-suicide of a man, his estranged wife and children. Former Australian professional rugby player Rowan Baxter allegedly burned his estranged wife Hannah Clarke and their three young children to death Wednesday inside…

AP: Only 24 People Charged over ‘Deliberately-Lit Bushfires’ in NSW, Australia

The Associated Press reported Friday that “only” 24 people have been arrested for deliberately starting fires in New South Wales this season in an article weighing the relative impact of arson on the Australian bushfire crisis. The article stated that AP FactCheck had investigated “misinformation on Facebook and Instagram” regarding a statement by police in…

Why Is Western Media Not Questioning the Mysterious Death of Australian Youth Activist Wilson...

Authored by Robert Bridge via The Strategic Culture Foundation: Following a protest against a ‘drag queen story time’ at a library in Australia, Wilson Gavin, 21, the president of the University of Queensland Liberal National Club, was found dead the next morning at a train station. Local media, while going out its way to portray…

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