A mobile app promoting Chinese President Xi Jinping's ideology is thought to have been spying on 100 million Chinese citizens who downloaded the smartphone software. The app, which is almost like a Facebook for Communist supporters, was made mandatory for all 90 million communist party members to download and read everyday. It allows users to read reports from Chinese state media, carry out video chats and send virtual gifts to friends. A mobile app promoting Chinese President Xi Jinping's ideology became the most downloaded smartphone software in the country after its release in January RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Google will launch its Pixel 4 smartphone TODAY as it... Amazon is now offering Prime customers free one-day shipping... Share this article Share Its main function was thought to be the promotion of Xi Jinping Thought, the ideology of the most powerful leader of China since Chairman Mao, but now it has been revealed to be capable of … [Read more...] about Cybersecurity experts warn China’s Communist Party ‘can spy on citizens’ through its free news and messaging app which has been downloaded by more than 100million people
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has rejected allegations that Moscow meddled in France's presidential election. Speaking after talks with new French President Emmanuel Macron at the Palace of Versailles, he also defended a March meeting with Macron's presidential rival, far-right leader Marine Le Pen. It came at the same press conference where President Macron's extraordinarily attacked two Russian media outlets, Russia Today and Sputnik, which he claims acted as 'propaganda' organs during his election campaign. Scroll down for video Speaking after a meeting with new French President Emmanuel Macron (right), Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) rejected claims Moscow meddled in the country's election Putin (pictured with Macron) also defended a March meeting with Macron's presidential rival, far-right leader Marine Le Pen. Earlier today, Putin said he and Macron agreed to discuss pursuing closer cooperation on anti-terror efforts After the meeting and press … [Read more...] about Macron launches extraordinary attack on Russian state media while Putin denies meddling in the French election during the leaders’ tense first meeting
Not now, darling. There are really more important things than women. And the Labour party. There is Brexit, the Queen’s speech, voter suppression, almost every other issue – and the unfettered egos of Boris Johnson and the posh bouncer Dominic Cummings. And there is the Brexit party on the sidelines, with its Stepford Wives view of femininity. This is not the time to think about that “single issue” of female representation, because everything else is more urgent. Except, actually, there is no policy that doesn’t affect the majority of the population – women. And there is no future for Labour unless it attracts women voters. When John McDonnell spoke of shortening the working week, which is great, I wondered how this plays out in the double shift of paid work and domestic work that is most women’s lives. Jeremy Corbyn’s power is leaking away. No simple chant can bring it back – and if you want to call me a Tory for saying so, more … [Read more...] about Does Labour really want to elect a female leader?
Jagmeet Singh hovered between tables, switching seamlessly between languages as he obliged photo requests. For a young mother from Ethiopia, the Canadian politician had a greeting in Amharic. To her friend from Eritrea, he offered a few lines of Tigrinya, plucked from a linguistic arsenal that Singh estimates includes a word or phrases from about 45 tongues. It’s a handy skill for a politician based in Toronto, one of the world’s most multicultural cities. But for the 38-year-old – who recently became the first person of colour to lead a major political party in Canada – it’s also a nod to how he’s seeking to define himself in a global climate marked by Brexit and the rise of Donald Trump. “At a time when we’re seeing the rise of a scary form of politics – divisive politics – I hope that I represent the opposite of all that,” the leader of the progressive New Democratic party told the Guardian. “I hope I represent … [Read more...] about Jagmeet Singh: pioneering party leader could be the Trudeau Canada hoped for
Around 2,000 students at a school in Indian have donned masks bearing the image of Chinese President Xi Jinping to show their warm welcome to the Communist leader ahead of his visit to the country. The students from Chennai's Kolathur area in south-eastern India also formed President Xi's name in Chinese with their bodies when they sat on the ground during the ceremony yesterday. Xi arrived in India today for meetings with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The visit came at a time of tensions over Beijing's support for Pakistan in opposing India's downgrading of Kashmir's semi-autonomy and continuing restrictions on the disputed region. more videos 1 2 3 Watch video Dog waits roadside for four years before being reunited with owners Watch video Extinction Rebellion activists shut down Charing Cross Road Watch video Man attempting robbery changes mind after realising target is friend Watch video … [Read more...] about Thousands of Indian students don masks of Chinese President Xi to welcome the Communist leader ahead of his visit to the country