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Despite his public shows, Trump claims it took 2 years to find Saeed

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New Delhi, July 17 US President Donald Trump’s claims on Hafiz Saeed’s arrest has stumped many as he said that it took 10 years to find him when the Lashkar-e-Taiba chief has been openly moving around in Pakistan after the Mumbai attacks.

In a tweet, Trump described Saeed as “so-called mastermind” of Mumbai attacks when Washington in 2012 had labeled him specially designated global terrorist and had announced a $10 million bounty for information leading to his arrest and conviction.

“After a ten-year search, the so-called mastermind of the Mumbai terror attacks has been arrested in Pakistan. Great pressure has been exerted over the last two years to find him,” he said in the tweet without naming Saeed who was arrested by Pakistani authorities outside Lahore.

Saeed has been detained and freed in the past and New Delhi has still not reacted to Pakistan’s latest action. He has been addressing his supporters in public meetings despite his earlier detention in 2017.

He had floated Milli Muslim League to contest the general election and had fielded more than 200 candidates without any electoral success. LeT’s humanitarian front Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) has been active across Pakistan.

Saeed had organized an anti-India rally in February this year.

Hafiz Saeed’s re-arrest came ahead of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s meeting with Trump. Pakistan has also joined the US, Russia and China in finding out a peace solution in Afghanistan by bringing Taliban on board.

The move has not gone down well in India as it was kept out of the crucial initiative. New Delhi is also opposed to postponement of elections in Afghanistan. Pakistan has also opened up its airspace for traffic from India after blocking it for more than five months in the wake of border tension.

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Chinese ‘wet markets’ selling bats, dogs start reopening: Report

“The markets have gone back to operating in exactly the same way as they did before coronavirus,” a Mail on Sunday correspondent in Dongguan was quoted as saying.

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Beijing, April 1 : Despite concerns that “wet markets” selling live animals like cats, dogs and bats, among others, helped spread the novel coronavirus, these markets have started reopening in several regions in China, said a media report.

While bats are believed to be the primary source of the novel coronavirus, researchers believe that an intermediate host might have carried it to humans. Mail on Sunday correspondents reported seeing meat markets open back up for business in China, the Washington Examiner reported on Monday.

Markets in south-west China’s Guilin and southern China’s Dongguan are back in business where meats of domesticated animals like cats and dogs are sold, said the report.

Following report that the wet markets might have contributed to the spread of the coronavirus, the Chinese government earlier banned the sale of wild animals.

“The markets have gone back to operating in exactly the same way as they did before coronavirus,” a Mail on Sunday correspondent in Dongguan was quoted as saying.

“The only difference is that security guards try to stop anyone taking pictures which would never have happened before.

“Wet markets in China has long been drawing criticism for being unhygienic and cruel to animals. Restrictions across China started lifting as coronavirus cases in the country started levelling off.”

Some restrictions were lifted even from Wuhan where the outbreak originated. COVID-19, the diseases caused by novel coronavirus, has spread across the world, infecting over 880,000 people, while killing more than 44,000 people.

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UN climate talks in Glasgow postponed until 2021 due to COVID-19

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London, April 2 : Britain said on Wednesday that it will postpone until next year the UN climate talks (COP26) set to take place in Glasgow in November this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a government press release.

“Dates for a rescheduled conference in 2021, hosted in Glasgow by the UK in partnership with Italy, will be set out in due course following further discussion with parties,” it added, Xinhua reported.

The press release noted that the decision has been taken by representatives of the COP Bureau of the UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), with Britain and its Italian partners.

“In light of the ongoing, worldwide effects of COVID-19, holding an ambitious, inclusive COP26 in November 2020 is no longer possible,” stated the release.

“Rescheduling will ensure all parties can focus on the issues to be discussed at this vital conference and allow more time for the necessary preparations to take place.”

COP26 President-Designate and British Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Alok Sharma said: “We will continue working tirelessly with our partners to deliver the ambition needed to tackle the climate crisis and I look forward to agreeing a new date for the conference.”

UN Climate Change Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa was quoted as saying that COVID-19 is the most urgent threat facing humanity today, “but we cannot forget that climate change is the biggest threat facing humanity over the long term.”

“We continue to support and to urge nations to significantly boost climate ambition in line with the Paris Agreement,” she said.

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China hid coronavirus numbers, claims report quoting US officials

“The Chinese Communist Party”s cover-up and mismanagement allowed the virus to spread throughout China and create a global pandemic,” the Epoch Times wrote.

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Washington, April 2 : The skeletons are apparently tumbling out of the closet. A media report on Wednesday claimed that the Chinese government has deliberately underreported the total number of new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and deaths in the country.

Citing US intelligence officials, Bloomberg said that “China’s public reporting of COVID-19 infections and deaths is purposefully incomplete”.

The US intelligence community has submitted a classified report on this to the White House.

“Two of the officials said the report concludes that China’s numbers are fake,” the Bloomberg report added.

According to the data from Johns Hopkins University, China has reported 82,361 coronavirus cases and 3,305 deaths while the cases in the US has almost touched 2 lakh, with over 4,000 deaths.

The White House or any Chinese official were yet to comment on the report.

There have been murmurs in the world intelligence community of China not disclosing real coronavirus figures, which Beijing has always denied.

Earlier, a Chinese blogger based in New York, Jennifer Zeng, posted the official monthly data released on March 19, showing the number of cellphone users decreased from 1.600957 billion to 1.579927 billion in February 2020.

Similarly, the number of landline users reduced from 190.83 million to 189.99 million, a drop of 840,000 last month.

Compared with the data, which was released on December 18, 2019, for November 2019 data, both cellphone and landline users dropped dramatically.

Last year too, for the same month, the number of cell phones had increased by 24.37 million and the number of landline users had gone up by 6.641 million.

Zeng insinuated the drop could be due to the closing of accounts due to coronavirus-related deaths.

A US-based independent news media run by American Chinese, The Epoch Times, in a detailed report described how cellphones are an indispensable part of life in China due very high level of digitization in every sphere of life controlled by the government.

Activities in Hubei province, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus seem to contradict the reported death toll in China.

The seven funeral homes in the city of Wuhan were reported to be burning bodies 24 hours a day, seven days a week in late January. Hubei Province has used 40 mobile crematoria, each capable of burning five tons of medical waste and bodies a day since February 16.

“The Chinese Communist Party”s cover-up and mismanagement allowed the virus to spread throughout China and create a global pandemic,” the Epoch Times wrote.

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