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  1. https://www.news.com.au/world/asia/why-did-china-suddenly-decide-to-execute-a-canadian-drug-smuggler/news-story/b97651252434232f659780db5db883ac

    Why did China suddenly decide to execute a Canadian drug smuggler

    A Canadian man is facing execution by a Chinese court over a drug smuggling case that has seen tensions escalate between the two countries.

    Robert Schellenberg, 36, was sentenced to death after being convicted of attempting to smuggle more than 222kg of methamphetamine to Australia through the northern Chinese port city of Dalian.

    Schellenberg claims he is innocent, telling the court, according to Canadian media: “I am not a drug smuggler. I am not a drug user. I am a normal person. I am innocent.”

    Some have argued the decision to execute Schellenberg is retaliatory on China’s part, in response to the high-profile arrest of a Chinese executive last month.

    Western legal experts have said the trial is an attempt by China to place pressure on Canada over its arrest of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and daughter of the founder of Chinese telco giant Huawei.

    Former Canadian foreign minister Peter Mackay told The Wall Street Journal it was in part China’s way of warning the other nations against aligning with the US against Beijing — based on the fact that the arrest of Meng came at America’s request.

    “We are a bit like the meat in a sandwich right now,” he said. “They wouldn’t dream of doing this to the US.”

  2. https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1065899/china-news-taiwan-president-xi-threat-ww3-news?utm_source=traffic.outbrain&utm_medium=traffic.outbrain&utm_term=traffic.outbrain&utm_content=traffic.outbrain&utm_campaign=traffic.outbrain

    China FURY: WW3 tensions soar as Xi issues shock demand on Taiwan – West on ALERT
    CHINA’S President Xi Jinping has warned Taiwan it reserves the right to use force to bring the country under it’s control through a one-China “reunification” pact, prompting alert in western countries.

  3. https://phys.org/news/2019-01-evidence-superconductivity-room-temperature.html
    Researchers discover new evidence of superconductivity at near room temperature

    The key to this discovery was creation of a metallic, hydrogen-rich compound at very high pressures: roughly 2 million atmospheres. The researchers used diamond anvil cells, devices used to create high pressures, to squeeze together miniscule samples of lanthanum and hydrogen. They then heated the samples and observed major changes in structure. This resulted in a new structure, LaH10, which the researchers previously predicted would be a superconductor at high temperatures.

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