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ABAIXO-ASSINADO - Recuse os pandas do governo chinês. Urso não é objeto para ser presenteado! Pressionando o prefeito do Rio de Janeiro, Eduardo Paes - ASSINE: https://www.change.org/p/recuse-o-panda-do-governo-chin%C3%AAs-urso-n%C3%A3o-%C3%A9-objeto-para-ser-presenteado-eduardopaes-prefeitura-rio/share?after_sign_exp=default&just_signed=true

Demand on Investigation of abuse of stray cats in Shelter at Precinct 9, Putrajaya Malaysia

Premiê da Ucrânia: ' Estamos à beira de uma tragédia"

Pollution in China prompts Beijing exodus

Pollution in China prompts Beijing exodus 12/21/2016 under Air quality, China, Environment, Health, News0 by Cat DiStasio VIEW SLIDESHOW In Beijing, air pollution is so severe that the Chinese government has declared many a public health alert in recent years, and now the problem has escalated to the point that residents are evacuating in search of cleaner air.

Headline: China devalues yuan, US stocks take a nosedive - What can you do? Ask the Maven Story: Just in time to spoil the fun, that puckish Chinese Communist government has decided to get markets back in a pickle again by devaluing the yuan, courtesy of the People’s Bank of China (PBoC). Sources note this 2 percent devaluation is its biggest in recent memory. Down we go! Ain’t fiat money fun? Read more at…

The Greeks end debt slavery, a bad king dies, the Russians attack, central banks panic and the Davos elite fiddle while the world burns. Posted by Benjamin Fulford on January 27, 2015 http://src-fla.us/index.php/toolkit/78-news-articles/110-ben-fulford

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China pollution: First ever red alert in effect in Beijing

It is a matter of time until “this” goes global. -- All I can say is: I hope that when this arrives, my love ones are ready to deal with it.

CHINA DESTROYS MULTIPLE SHIPMENTS OF GM CORN FROM US. Several large shipments of genetically-modified (GM) corn and corn seeds originating from the U.S. have been destroyed by the Chinese government after being discovered by import officials at numerous locations across the country.

Chinese citizens fight demolition of their homes - in pictures

Hefei, 2008: A nail house at a construction site being developed for apartment blocks. The banner reads "strongly requesting the government to punish the developer who demolished my house, give back my home"