Wuhan

Trump says he saw evidence linking COVID-19 to Wuhan lab

Trump says he saw evidence linking COVID-19 to Wuhan lab

Trump says he has seen evidence linking the novel coronavirus to a lab in Wuhan, but does not provide further details.Arutz Sheva Staff, 5/1/2020, 4:47 AM
Unmasking China’s grand strategy for global control

Unmasking China’s grand strategy for global control

The writer believes that Americans need to understand that whether by design or not, China's unleashing of the deadly coronavirus pandemic spreading panic in the U.S. was an act of war.Dr. Joe Tuzara, 4/26/2020, 6:00 AM
Wuhan updates: 1,290 more fatalities than reported

Wuhan updates: 1,290 more fatalities than reported

Wuhan Municipal Headquarters for COVID-19 Epidemic Prevention and Control revise number of fatalities by 1,290, raising number to 3,869.Yoni Kempinski, 4/17/2020, 10:57 AM
What happened in Wuhan?  The single most important question

What happened in Wuhan? The single most important question

Was it the creation of a virology lab, mutation in a bat or a combination? Will we ever know? Giulio Meotti, 4/16/2020, 2:52 PM
Closure lifted: Wuhan emerges from lockdown

Closure lifted: Wuhan emerges from lockdown

After 76 days, blockade removed in Wuhan, China, where CCP coronavirus originated. Residents celebrate in streets.Mordechai Sones, 4/8/2020, 10:15 AM
China article VI: Is Wuhan Virus China's answer to Trump's trade war?

China article VI: Is Wuhan Virus China's answer to Trump's trade war?

The Chinese victims could be seen as collateral damage, not totally undesired considering the Chinese communist party has a strict policy to prevent population growth. Ezequiel Doiny, 3/30/2020, 1:00 AM
Coronavirus attacks forces of good and evil

Coronavirus attacks forces of good and evil

Both dictatorships and democracies are hit by the coronavirus. A comparison of long term effects for each. Kenneth S. Abramowitz, 3/18/2020, 11:15 AM
The virus that has nothing novel about it

The virus that has nothing novel about it

We must shed our illusions—permanently. We cannot expect that the antisemitism virus will be eradicated, or that one country or another will always be a safe haven for Jews. Prof. Phyllis Chesler, 3/15/2020, 6:00 AM