Australia Cyberattack: PM Morrison blames ‘state-based’ actor | AFP

Australia’s Prime minister Scott Morrison says his country is under a broad cyberattack from a “state-based actor” targeting government, public services and businesses, but declines to name the suspect(s) at this stage. China, Iran, Israel, North Korea, Russia, the United States and a number of European countries are known to have developed advanced cyberwarfare capabilities. But suspicions immediately fell on Beijing, which has clashed repeatedly with Canberra as it looks to increase the cost of Australia speaking out against Communist Party interests.

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Hong Kong cleans up after intense October 1 protests | AFP

Hong Kong begins cleaning up after the city was hit by the most sustained political clashes of the year on Tuesday as China celebrated 70 years of Communist Party rule.

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Expert: China an economic foe, not military threat

Trucks carrying nuclear missiles designed to evade U.S. defenses rolled through Beijing as China’s Communist Party marked 70 years in power. Retired Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis says he believes the parade should be seen as a deterrent. (Oct. 1)

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Police shoot protester as Hong Kong clashes rage | AFP

Hong Kong police shot a pro-democracy protester as the city was lashed by its worst unrest of the year, hours after China celebrated 70 years of Communist Party rule with a massive military parade.

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EU urges ‘de-escalation’ after Hong Kong protester shot | AFP

The European Union calls for “de-escalation and restraint” in Hong Kong after a police officer shot a demonstrator during a flare-up in the political protests roiling the territory. The violence in Hong Kong cast a shadow over celebrations in China marking 70 years of Communist Party rule, including a massive military parade in Beijing. SOUNDBITE

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Hong Kong police fires tear gas in an escalator | AFP

Police fires tear gas to protesters in an escalator in Central, Hong Kong, as violent clashes erupted across the city hours after China held a massive military parade in Beijing to celebrate 70 years of Communist Party rule. IMAGES

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TIMELAPSE: China’s huge military parade | AFP

China holds a huge military parade to celebrate 70 years of Communist Party rule, as protests seeth Hong Kong threatening to steal the spotlight. TIMELAPSE

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Security presence at Beijing Liaison office beefed up in HK on China’s National Day | AFP

Day breaks in Hong Kong where the security presence at the Beijing Liaison office is beefed up as China celebrates 70 years of Communist Party supremacy. Hong Kong pro-democracy protests to mark the event communist will be “very, very dangerous”, police in the city warned on Monday. IMAGES

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Five lives changed by China’s reform and opening up

China’s “reform and opening up” policy brought monumental changes to society in the world’s most populous country since its launch 40 years ago under late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping. As China marks next week the anniversary of the momentous shift agreed at a Communist Party gathering on December 18, 1978, AFP interviewed five people whose experiences provide snippets into how the policy transformed lives.

China’s internment camps aim to ‘brainwash’ Muslim minorities

Amnesty International says China’s internment camps are trying to “brainwash” Xinjiang’s Muslim minorities into obeying the Communist Party in political re-education facilities, where guards are equipped with tear gas, Tasers, stun guns and spiked clubs to keep tight control over the “students,” according to government documents.

China Cracking Down on Christians

(7 Aug 2018) Amid the atheist ruling Communist Party’s ambitious new effort to dictate — and in some cases displace — the practice of faith in China, Christians have seen their churches raided, their Bibles confiscated and their pastors arrested. (Aug. 7)

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Why Xi Jinping May Be The World’s Most Powerful Leader

China’s congress scrapped presidential term limits from the constitution, a move that sets up President Xi Jinping to rule indefinitely and a sign it is returning to a one-man rule system.

Government censors on social media have cracked down on criticism of removing term limits, removing political memes and scrubbing mentions of words like “king” or “emperor.”

Since 2013 when Xi Jinping came into power, he’s consolidated his power through high-profile anti-corruption drives, a cult of personality and by amassing global influence through trade. He set out an ambitious vision for the way forward at the Communist Party’s 19th Congress last October: for China to become a global superpower.

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The Bolshoi Ballot: Pavel Grudinin, the new ‘kid’ on the communist block

It’s just under a week until the Presidential election in Russia. And RT is starting its special coverage. We spoke exclusively to one of the hopefuls – Pavel Grudinin, the candidate for the Communist Party.

He’s a 57-year-old director of a farm – and his left-wing platform proposes nationalizing big industries and banks. Critics, though, accuse him of keeping his own earnings in foreign banks – something he denies.

RT asked him about some of the pressing issues facing Russia and its society.

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Russian communists call for “clean elections” at rally

Hundreds attend a rally organised by Russia’s Communist Party (KPRF) to demand “fair and clean elections”. In a predictable March 18 presidential election, Communist candidate, Pavel Grudinin, is likely to be runner-up to President Vladimir Putin, though he lags far behind in state-run opinion polls at around seven percent. IMAGES

Remnants Of California Wildfires & ‘Catholicism’s Breitbart’: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

October 18, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Inside Catholicism’s Breitbart, the site ‘Church Militant,’ as founder Michael Voris is targeting liberal priests

Chinese Communist Party began its 19th Party Congress, bringing 2,300 delegates together. President Xi Jinping is expected to be re-elected as party leader for another five years. VICE News looks at how Gen Secretary of the Communist Party of China, Xi Jinping, has changed the party and country.

In the California neighborhood of Coffey Park, nearly every house has already burned to the ground. Instead of rows of homes, there’s now a forest of charred chimneys standing in piles of ash. And now that there’s nothing left to burn, recovery workers are beginning the search for anyone who didn’t make it out alive.

Plus, VICE’s Suroosh Alvi tries on a mech suit in South Korea.

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