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31 October 2018 15:16

China has voiced strong opposition to the official contacts and military relations between the United States and Taiwan, which Beijing considers part of its territory. Ma Xiaoguang, spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of China’s State Council, said on Wednesday that China resolutely opposed relations in any form between the US and Taiwan. Ma made the remarks at a press conference in...

31 October 2018 14:16

Myanmar government has been razing Muslim villages in Rakhine State in line with erasing all evidences related to the crackdown and massacre of Muslim minority in the country. The Guardian reported on Monday that Myanmarese authorities were destroying areas where thousands of Rohingya Muslims lived before either being killed or fleeing to Bangladesh amid deadly government-sponsored violence in Rakhine. “Bulldozers and backhoes...

31 October 2018 14:12

North Korea has been making preparations at several of its weapons sites ahead of visits by international inspectors, South Korea says. Kim Min-ki, a parliament member from South Korea’s ruling Democratic Party, cited intelligence sources as reporting that preparations were underway in North Korea for possible inspections at the Punggye-ri nuclear test site and the Sohae Satellite launching ground, according to...

31 October 2018 14:08

China’s Sinopec, the world’s biggest refiner by capacity and throughput, is reportedly discussing “special arrangements” on the flow of Iranian oil ahead of US sanctions which are to go into effect on November 4. Sinopec’s Vice President Huang Wensheng was quoted as saying on Wednesday that many of the company’s refineries are configured to process Iranian crude oil, which has a...

31 October 2018 14:07

Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has arrived in Islamabad to pursue the fate of the Iranian forces who were abducted by Pakistan-based terrorists near the two countries' joint border earlier in October. Upon arrival in the Pakistani capital early Wednesday, Zarif said, “There is need for constant negotiation with Pakistani officials so that the abductees’ return to their homeland can...

31 October 2018 14:06

A helicopter operated by Afghanistan’s army has crashed in the southwest of the country, killing 25 people on board, officials say. Naser Mehri, a spokesman for the governor of western Farah Province, said one of two army helicopters traveling to neighboring Herat Province lost control and crashed in bad weather in Anar Dara district on Wednesday. The crew and passengers, totaling 25,...

31 October 2018 14:04

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated a humongous statue, whose controversial construction displaced the local community and cost millions of dollars. Modi on Wednesday inaugurated the reportedly tallest statue in the world, a 182-meter figure of Indian political figure, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Modi described Patel as a “strategic thinker” and called the statue “a symbol of our engineering and technical prowess.”

30 October 2018 15:18

New sanctions on Iran will harm South Korean companies, the Asian nation has told the US, asking for “maximum flexibility” on its request for a waiver. South Korea is one of Asia’s biggest customers of Iranian oil, but US introduction of new sanctions against Tehran on November 4 is threatening new shipments. South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha phoned US Secretary of...

30 October 2018 15:12

Myanmar’s government has been destroying villages in Rakhine State and the physical evidence of state-sponsored violence committed against the Rohingya Muslims there, a report says. The Guardian reported on Monday that Myanmarese authorities were destroying areas where thousands of Rohingya Muslims lived before either being killed or fleeing to Bangladesh amid deadly government-sponsored violence in Rakhine. “Bulldozers and backhoes are parked beside...

30 October 2018 13:11

A court in Bangladesh has doubled the jail term of former prime minister Khaleda Zia for graft, her lawyers say. According to the defense attorneys, Bangladesh’s High Court increased Zia’s sentence from five years in jail to 10 years on Tuesday. Zia was jailed in February after being convicted along with her son and aides of embezzling 253,000 dollars in foreign donations...

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