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China’s expulsion of French journalist underpins her repressive Uyghur policy

As I have noted a few times before China is in the denial process, very much like Myanmar. Just as in Myanmar (former Burma) the Buddhist people - from top to bottom - are in the denial of their Rohingya population (an indigenous people who has lived in the northwestern part of the country bordering Bangladesh for millennia) the same goes for China where its authorities are in the denial of the Uyghur (Uighur) people that live in their ancestral homeland of East Turkestan (now called Xinjiang province) in China's western frontier.

China’s expulsion of French journalist underpins her repressive Uyghur policy
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Trouble Comes in Threes, indeed: Britain to be hit by yet another storm

Just as the communities in the Norther Britain thought their misery is behind them, the forecasters are warning about the onset of the third consecutive storm, Storm Alfred, which is developing into a major problem, just to the North-West of the British isles.

Trouble Comes in Threes, indeed: Britain to be hit by yet another storm
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Uneven Odds On Delhi Pollution Fight

hether they own a personal mechanized vehicle or not, the citizens of Delhi should be prepared for suffering the consequences of an experiment to curb air pollution which begins on January 1, 2016. While the unfortunate fact is that the air in national capital has become too toxic and something needs to be done to clean it, any hasty, kneejerk action needs to be questioned because it will not help in cleaning the air while putting a large number of people to inconvenience.

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