China in Focus Full Broadcast (June 4)

Information on a U.S. radar installation and American troops has been leaked on the dark web. The victim country says China is behind it.

More than 30 U.S. defense contractors are visiting Taiwan. Their visit comes just two weeks after China sanctioned Boeing over selling arms to the island.

June 4 marks the 35th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. A congressional panel zoomed in on what happened on the infamous day, and the ongoing struggle for freedom inside communist China.

An Australian rare earth mining company is reportedly hit by a cyberattack. This comes after the country ordered several China-linked investors to sell off their shares in the company.

  1. Stolen Documents in Palau Expose U.S. Radar Install Info
  2. 30 U.S. Defense Contractors Visit Taiwan
  3. Top Chipmaker: Leaving Taiwan Is ‘Impossible’
  4. 35 Years: Congress Reflects on 1989 Tiananmen Protest
  5. Australian Miner Hacked After Chinese Investors Ousted
  6. Dr. Fauci Testifies on Origins of COVID-19
  7. China’s Lunar Probe Pushes Space Race with U.S.
  8. Security Tight in Hong Kong on Tiananmen Anniversary
  9. Play Commemorates June 4 Tiananmen Square Victims
  10. Victims of Communism Memorial Remembers Lost Lives
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