Pharma Giant to Supply 400 Million Doses of Vaccine in Europe by Year End

Biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has reached an agreement with four European Union nations to supply up to 400 million doses of CCP virus vaccine by the end of 2020.

AstraZeneca, a pharmaceutical giant headquartered in Cambridge, England, reached an agreement with Europe’s Inclusive Vaccines Alliance (IVA) to supply vaccines currently being tested by the University of Oxford to Germany, France, Italy, and the Netherlands “at no profit.”

Oxford University is currently doing phase two and phase three trials of the vaccine in about 10,000 adult volunteers.

“This agreement will ensure that hundreds of millions of Europeans have access to Oxford University’s

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South Australia to Get Nation’s First Space Mission Control

South Australia has been chosen for the nation’s only space flight mission control, creating Australia’s first space hub.

The Mission Control Centre will allow researchers and astronautical companies to control missions and communicate with astronauts at the International Space Station from Adelaide’s CBD.

Local company Saber Astronautics will receive $6 (US$4.1) million from the Federal Government and $2.5 million from the State Government to establish the facility.

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Sydney’s Captain Cook Statue Defaced

Two women have been arrested after a Captain Cook statue in Sydney’s Hyde Park was defaced.

Police were alerted to the vandalism about 4 a.m. on June 14 and arrested two women aged 27 and 28, nearby on College Street in the CBD, New South Wales Police said in a statement.

The women were allegedly found with several spray cans in a bag.

They have been taken to Day Street police station where they are expected to be charged. more

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Secret Service Issues Correction About Using Pepper Spray on Lafayette Square Protesters

The U.S. Secret Service issued a correction to a previous statement on Saturday, saying that an agency employee had used pepper spray in response to an “assaultive individual” during efforts to secure Lafayette park earlier this month.

“After further review, the U.S. Secret Service has determined that an agency employee used pepper spray on June 1st, during efforts to secure the area near Lafayette Park. The employee utilized oleoresin capsicum spray, or pepper spray, in response to an assaultive individual,” the corrected statement read.

The agency had previously denied that its employees had used tear gas or capsicum spray when attempting to

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US Congressman: Having Better Quality Allies is the Greatest Advantage Over the CCP

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Congressman Michael Gallagher is a member of the bipartisan committee China Task Force which oversees congressional strategy on China and develops legislative policies to curtail Chinese influence. On Monday, June 8, he indicated that having better quality allies is the biggest advantage the United States has against the Chinese Communist Party.

Mike Gallagher said: “The core of competition will come down between the U.S. and China who has better quality friends. We start from an enormous advantage in that area. China doesn’t want friends,

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Han Kuo-yu was the first municipality leader in Taiwan’s history to be recalled

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Han Kuo-yu is the first Taiwan mayor ever removed from the office. Some netizens prepared a short film showing how Han dishonored his promises, as well as his various misstatements, and more importantly, his close relationship with the CCP.

Why did Kaohsiung citizens vote to oust Han in 2020? In November 2018, Han was elected as the mayor of Kaohsiung, the third-largest city in Taiwan; but started a campaign for president less than five months later. He also made a lot of misstatements, making

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Atlanta Police Chief Resigns After Fatal Police Shooting

Atlanta’s police chief resigned Saturday hours after a black man was fatally shot by officers in a struggle following a field sobriety test. Authorities said the slain man had grabbed an officer’s Taser, but was running away when he was shot.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced the resignation of Police Chief Erika Shields at a Saturday news conference as roughly 150 protesters marched outside the Wendy’s restaurant where 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks was fatally shot late Friday. The mayor also said she called for the immediate firing of the officer who opened fire at Brooks.

“I do not believe that

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Massachusetts Records Lowest COVID-19 Increase Since April 15

Massachusetts has recorded the lowest rate of CCP virus increase, however, authorities express concern that people under the lockdown have stopped visiting doctors and hospitals for other health issues.

“People aren’t stopping having heart attacks and strokes because of the pandemic,” Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said during a visit to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston on June 12.

Azar was joined by Gov. Charlie Baker on the tour. Baker said that the seven-day average positive test rate for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus for the state decreased again to 3.4 percent—which according to him means an 88

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Hongkonger Injured in Knife Attack While Defending Epoch Times Staffer Says He Has No Regrets

A man who was hospitalized after defending an Epoch Times staffer during a knife attack in Hong Kong said he did not regret his actions and called for fellow citizens to safeguard the city’s freedoms.

Jerry, a part-time videographer with the Hong Kong edition of The Epoch Times, was attacked by a knife-wielding man in a white shirt while covering a pro-democracy protest in Kwun Tong district at around 9 p.m. on June 12.

The bystander, who the police had identified as a 21-year-old male at a Saturday press conference, grabbed the knife with his bare hands to stop the

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Human Remains Found in Idaho Identified as Lori Vallow’s Children

Idaho police confirmed the two sets of human remains found at Chad Daybell’s home were those of two missing children who had not been seen since September, according to a news release issued Saturday.

Daybell is married to Lori Vallow, the mother of the children, 17-year-old Tylee Ryan and 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow.

A search warrant was executed Tuesday at Daybell’s home in Fremont County, near the Wyoming border, where the remains were found. After being taken to the medical examiner’s office, the bodies were identified as JJ and Tylee.

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“It is not

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