294. Wife of rights lawyer worries husband was murdered; Japan, China quarrel over radioactive water dump

A Hong Kong family seeks asylum in the U.S. The longing for freedom pushed them to flee their home in search of a better life without suppression. A U.S. resolution condemns Beijing for suppressing freedom in Hong Kong. It comes just days after nine prominent pro-democracy figures were sentenced there. A human rights lawyer known as “China’s conscience” has been missing for over three years. Now his wife worries he may have already been murdered by the Chinese Communist regime. The Pacific Ocean, used as a drain pipe. Japan and China are accusing each other of releasing nuclear waste water into the sea. And another alliance counters Beijing’s threat. The U.S. and Japan are investing billions of dollars into 6G networks, in hopes of defeating Chinese telecom company Huawei.

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