Saturday’s news links – 30 July 2022

Akile Anai, director of agitation and propaganda for the African People’s Socialist Party, alongside other members of the Uhuru Movement, led by African People’s Socialist Party, speaks with the media outside the St. Petersburg Police Department headquarters in St. Petersburg.

FBI investigating Russian interference possibly linked to St. Petersburg Uhuru Movement Tampa Bay Times

FBI Raids St. Louis Black Liberation Group Alleging Russian Ties RFT

Russian charged with using US groups to spread propaganda AP

Carlyle Group Builds Empire of Small Brooklyn Apartment Buildings The Real Deal

North Carolina town’s entire police department quits after town hires Black city manager CNN

Meta Plunged from 5th Most Valuable Stock to 11th, behind Visa. In 10 Months, $647 billion Vanish Wolf Street

Venezuela

London’s High Court rules against Venezuela’s Maduro in $1 billion gold battle Reuters

China

Xi speaks with Biden over phone ECNS (report from China on the phone call)

China vows ‘forceful’ moves on sovereignty ECNS

Chinese Army Posts “Ready For War” Message [on Weibo]

Chinese spokesperson slams NATO for strategic concept referring to China ECNS

Racism causes Asian Americans ‘collective trauma,’ says expert ECNS

What’s the Big Deal About Pelosi, Or Any Other US Politician, Going to Taiwan? An Explainer Sputnik

Belarus approves use of Cuban Soberana Plus vaccine OnCubaNews

Japan

Life expectancy in Japan sees first decline in 10 years amid pandemic Japan Times

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