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Report: Emails Reveal Joe Biden’s Brother-in-Law Asked Hunter Biden to Obtain a Business License in China

Emails reveal President Joe Biden’s brother-in-law John Owens requested Hunter Biden to obtain a business license in Communist China on May 9, 2014, according to Fox News. It is unclear if Hunter charged or obtained any success fee for connecting the two parties. The reported emails do reveal, however, the Biden family’s business connections to Communist China. 

President Joe Biden looks out the window of the Oval Office to the Rose Garden of the White House Monday, July 26, 2021, prior to the President’s remarks on the 31st Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. (Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz)

Two Dead in Bubonic Plague Outbreak in China, Authorities Say

Exactly four weeks after an outbreak of the deadly and highly transmissible bubonic plague in China was described as being “well managed” by the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) and really no cause for concern, Beijing confirmed Tuesday further casualties from the surge in infections.

A woman wearing a protective mask to help stop the spread of a deadly virus which began in Wuhan, stands outside Beijing railway station in Beijing on January 27, 2020. - China on January 27 extended its biggest national holiday to buy time in the fight against a viral epidemic …

​​Egypt Second Largest Jailer Of Journalists, China Takes #1 Spot

TEL AVIV – Egypt is second only to China as the world’s worst jailer of journalists, according to a new report by the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists. “Perhaps nowhere has the climate for the press deteriorated more rapidly than

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Chinese Army to Protect ‘Overseas Interests’ Under New Law

China’s Communist Party People’s Congress recently passed a sweeping national-security law that directs the People’s Liberation Army to expand the military’s offshore presence to protect China’s “overseas interests” and to support counterterrorism at home, according to Xinhua, China’s state-run news agency.

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