destruction across the world." The groundless claims are often used by the U.S. to create an "enemy," Cavolo says, which detracts people from the real
cooperation in origin study, said Zhao
Organization (WHO) earlier this month called for a second study into the origins of COVID-19 in China
scientists dismiss the COVID-19 lab leak theory. /CFP There is a huge amount of data to support the natural origin of SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19
repeatedly used xenophobic terms in a nasty blame game targeting China. The previous US president Donald Trump not only openly referred to the coronavirus as "t...
Organization (WHO) investigate the lab
extremely similar to those of the COVID-19 pneumonia were reported in several states in the U.S. What is the relationship between Fort Detrick and the pneumonia of unknown cause? Why does the CDC
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questions: 1. What's the real cause of U.S. Fort Detrick's closure in 2019? 2. What have the 200 plus U.S. overseas biological laboratories done in the world? 3. Is
In recent days, relevant officials of the Provincial Development and Reform Commission have visited Lincang, Dali and Xishuangbanna to carry out the research on...
As the Yunnan wild mushrooms have entered their peak harvest season, the washing workers at the Mushuihua market in Kunming city now can make as much as 10,000 yuan per month.
extraordinary frogmen are expected to boost the anti-terrorist capability of Kunming police, safeguarding local peace and social stability. They are so called because the 10 police men
Has the U.S. taken the first spot in the "COVID Resilience Ranking"? Well... with more than 600,000 deaths and nearly 34 million confirmed cases, it looks more like a self-entertainning political farce after the paramount indicators were purposefully modified....
However, this No.1 spot won’t bring 600,000 dead Americans back, nor will it help the 33.8 million infected Americans recover. In some sense
'Lab-leak' theory used to divert attention, says U.S. scholar