On Monday, the United States, European Union, the United Kingdom, and Canada imposed sanctions on some Chinese officials for allegedly abusing the human rights against the Uighur population residi9ng in the northwestern Xinjiang province of the country. Russia too can face the sanctions from the US for allegedly meddling in the 2020 US presidential election, which however is denied by Moscow.
Latest development after US-China meet at Alaska comes from European allies of United States in which several Western countries (The Council of Europe) has imposed sanctions on four Chinese officials accused of rights abuses against the mostly Muslim Uighur minority group.
Russia nowadays witnessing public outrage against Putin administration in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Reuters reported that at least 40,000 people participated in a rally of central Moscow, while Russian Interior Ministry put that numbers at 4,000.
Cyprus sold its Golden Passports to fugitives and fraudulent persons who were facing or under risk of facing investigation. They chose Cyprus as a haven. Cyprus authorities are charging $2.5 million to issue a Golden Passport.
In an investigative report, news platform Al Jazeera claims to acquire a large cache of official documents which proves (as alleged) that European Union member country Cyprus done deals with criminals and fugitives from more than 70 countries to provide them with so called “golden passports”.