Coronavirus outbreak: Why Congress’ Manish Tewari wants you to read this book #India

Wuhan, the capital of the central Chinese province of Hubei, is the epicentre of the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak that has so far killed more than 1600 people and infected thousands.
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Germany is leading a charge to protect Israel’s regime from possible charges in the International Criminal Court by claiming that Palestine, a member state since 2012, exists outside its jurisdiction, with Israel’s regime entitled to commit war crimes and human rights violations without any consequences. This is not only an attack against the occupied Palestinian…
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Wuhan Institute of Virology

Wuhan Institute of Virology

The Institute was founded in 1956 as the Wuhan Microbiology Laboratory under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). In 1961, it became the South China Institute of Microbiology, and in 1962 was renamed to Wuhan Microbiology Institute. In 1970, it became the Microbiology Institute of Hubei Province when the Hubei Commission of Science and Technology took over the administration. In June 1978, it was returned to the CAS and renamed Wuhan Institute of Virology [1].

In 2015, the National Bio-safety Laboratory was completed at a cost of 300 million yuan ($44 million) at the Institute in collaboration with French engineers from Lyon, and was the first biosafety level 4 (BSL–4) laboratory to be built in mainland China [2][3]. The laboratory took over a decade to complete from its conception in 2003, and scientists such as U.S. molecular biologist Richard H. Ebright expressed concern of previous escapes of the SARS virus at Chinese laboratories in Beijing, and the pace and scale of China’s plans for expansion into BSL–4 laboratories [2]. The Laboratory has strong ties to the Galveston National Laboratory in the University of Texas [4].  In 2020, Ebright called the Institute a “world-class research institution that does world-class research in virology and immunology”[4]






Why did Putin resign the government? (Video with English subtitles)

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Why did Putin resign the government?

“In January 2020, President Putin delivered his address to the federal assembly – after which, the entire government resigned. Of course they didn’t really resign – they were resigned, lol. The reshuffle is still in motion and I personally feel it’s too early to give any significant analysis. It is clear of course that the reshuffle was necessary in anticipation of the 2024 election.

It is difficult for a Western audience to find a conservative point of view on what it taking place, so I thought this outtake from Tsargrad TV would be a nice counterbalance to the mostly liberal media that provides their analysis. K. Malofeev has been sanctioned by the US and EU for the past few years – something he says only makes other oligarchs in the same predicament, reinvest their money in Russia, as opposed to options in the West.”