Researcher Suggests Deliberate Chinese Propaganda Campaign Forced World Into Lockdown

Researcher Suggests Deliberate Chinese Propaganda Campaign Forced World Into Lockdown Tyler Durden Mon, 09/28/2020 - 13:22 Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, Researcher and attorney Michael P. Senger suggests that the Chinese government launched an aggressive propaganda campaign to exaggerate the severity of coronavirus in order to force the rest of the world into a draconian lockdown that would serve to benefit Beijing. In an article for Tablet...

How the airline industry recovers from COVID-19 could determine who gets organ transplants

The airline industry has been cancelling routes because of the traffic drop-off during the pandemic. That has an impact on organ transplants. Michael Ciaglo/Getty ImagesThe COVID-19 pandemic has crippled the airline industry. Passenger numbers are down more than two-thirds from last year, and airlines have been canceling flights and shutting down routes. It’s frustrating for travelers, but for patients on organ transplant waitlists, the loss of flights can...

US tightens exports to China’s chipmaker SMIC, citing risk of military use

SMIC is the latest leading Chinese technology company to face US trade restrictions related to national security issues or US foreign policy efforts. — Reuters pic WASHINGTON, Sept 27 — The United States has imposed restrictions on exports to China’s biggest chip maker SMIC after concluding there is an “unacceptable risk” equipment supplied to it could be used for military purposes.Suppliers of certain equipment to Semiconductor Manufacturing International...

Zimbabwe: U.S. Pledges Support for Striking Public Health Workers

[New Zimbabwe] THE United States has pledged support for Zimbabwe's public health sector now crippled by an over two-month long strike by health workers including nurses and doctors.Want to know more on Zimbabwe: U.S. Pledges Support for Striking Public Health Workers click here go to market news source. Market news summary from allAfrica Market News.Author:

AirAsia Group CEO says airline on the mend with 60pc capacity on short-haul flights

AirAsia Group chief executive Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said his airline is seeing 60 to 80 per cent capacity on domestic flights in Malaysia and in neighbouring Thailand. — Picture by Firdaus Latif KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 — Budget airlines like AirAsia appear to have the advantage over full service airlines in the Covid-19 era, especially on short-haul routes. AirAsia Group chief executive Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said his...
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