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“Seven years ago, I appealed to you to lead China to become a nation that respects democracy and the constitution, but in return I was thrown in jail for four years,” he said. “And now, your men are still looking for me trying to throw me back in jail again. I don’t think you are a villain, just someone who is not very smart. For the public’s sake, I’m asking you again: Step down, Mr Xi Jinping.” “Xu Zhangrun, a law professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing, who has been under close surveillance by the authorities, blamed Communist Party leaders for putting politics ahead of the people in his strongly worded piece, which was published on several overseas Chinese-language websites this week. “The political system has collapsed under the tyranny, and a governance system [made up] of bureaucrats, which has taken [the party] more than 30 years to build has floundered,” he said in a reference to how reform-minded...See more

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- As the number of coronavirus cases reportedly passed 60,000, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told foreign policy and security experts gathered for the Munich Security Conference that the UN agency was encouraged that there has not yet been widespread community transmission of the virus, now named COVID-19, outside of China. 

https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/02/1057481


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Want to Help the Bees? Leave the Dandelions Alone This Spring February 11, 2020 at 1:00 am Dandelions are pollinators’ best friends: lay off the weed killer and the lawnmower, ecologist urges Aside from being extremely useful to humans , dandelions and other common lawn “weeds” are invaluable to bees and other pollinators. You can help globally struggling pollinators tremendously simply by not spraying the weeds and by letting your grass grow a little longer between mowings, the British Ecological Society says. If we like to eat the third of all food crops that are dependent on animal pollinators, we need to “learn to love weeds,” says the organization’s new president Jane Memmott. “By leaving lawns to grow to ankle height, daisies, dandelions and clovers all get a chance to flower,” she said in a press release last week. Memmott says she’s mows around dandelions in her yard,...See more

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