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Chinese environmental groups plan to close a key lake on the Yangtze River

From David Stanway SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese conservationists have planned a plan to miss a key spillway over the Yangtze River, Lake Poyang, fearing a hammer blow to the already fragile ecosystem, a migratory bird rest area and home to the endangered Yangtze River guinea pig. . The discontent comes after the Jiangxi government earlier this month revived a project …

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China’s Covid-19 “spreader” has been linked to 102 infections

The man, who worked as a salesman promoting health products for the elderly, traveled from his home province of Heilongjiang to the neighboring province of Jilin, carrying the virus with him. Authorities say he unknowingly spread the virus to elderly residents for several days before being tracked by health officials as close contact with a confirmed case. “The over-spread phenomenon …

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Trump should be banned from holding intelligence briefings after the presidency: Schiff

Parliamentary intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said Sunday that President Trump should be barred from receiving intelligence briefings after he leaves office, an opportunity traditionally given to former presidents. “There is no circumstance in which this president has a new intelligence briefing, neither now nor in the future,” Schiff told CBS’s Face to the Nation. “I don’t think he can …

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Universal credit: Labor pressures prime minister to take action before vote on compensation – BBC News

Universal credit: Labor pushes prime minister for pre-vote action in favor of BBC News The benefits of scrap are reduced to stop millions from falling into poverty, Boris Johnson told The Guardian Universal credit: The increase in compensation is only “temporary”, says Raab BBC News The universal reduction of loans will hit the places in the “red wall” the hardest, …

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Pompeo is “deeply concerned” by Russia’s decision to detain Navalny

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took to Twitter late Sunday to criticize Russia’s decision to arrest Alexei Navalny, an opposition leader who has just returned to Moscow after recovering from nerve poisoning, which he blames. The Kremlin. “Deeply concerned about Russia’s decision to arrest Alexei Navalny,” Pompeo tweeted. “Confident political leaders are not afraid of competing votes, nor do …

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The national protests of Trump supporters failed to materialize

National Review Lindsay Graham warns that forgiveness of Capitol riots will “destroy” Trump Senator Lindsay Graham (RK) on Sunday advised the president not to grant presidential pardons to the rebels who stormed the Capitol this month, warning that it would “destroy” Trump. “Mr. President, your policies will last. You are the most important figure in the Republican Party. You can …

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Vaccination rate highlights striking differences between Israelis and Palestinians amid disputes over responsibility

Both are Palestinian residents of Kafr Aqaba, a soil in a territory that under Israeli law is part of larger Jerusalem, but is considered illegally annexed by international law after it was captured by Jordan in 1967. It is also surrounded by Jerusalem by Israel’s giant concrete security wall. Jewish Israelis rarely come here except in uniform to conduct military …

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