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A Chinese national was caught by the FBI as he was about to flee to China with top secret military data stolen from the University of Virginia

Human rights activist, Arif Aajakia highlights the atrocities meted out to Baloch and Sindhi minorities along with rampant corruption in Pakistan military which calls the shots in the country.

As India and China discuss 'disengagement' of their military standoff along the Line of Actual Control, intelligence report suggests China building more camps and setting up 5G telecommunications as part of their drive to change the border status-quo

Members of the Tibetan and Uyghur community in UK oragnised a 'Black Day' protest outside the United Nations office in London to mark the ninth anniversary of 'heinous crimes against humanity' in Tibet and East Turkistan by Chen Quanguo, currently the party secretary for Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region

Turkish President Recep Tayyib Erdogan is in the news for all the wrong reasons, namely militarising the Mediterranean region against Greece, hosting Hamas leaders and putting the entire European Union at risk

With 29 Pakistanis fighting for ISIS, captured by US-backed Syrian forces in the ongoing civil war, it proves that Pakistan has no desire to end support and financing terror outfits. This comes in the heels of clearing their name to avoid getting blacklisted by FATF, which will put financial stress to an already beleagured economy

As China flexes its naval might in the South China Sea, there are multiple reports of shoddy work from Chinese made naval vessels by importing nations

Taliban and other Islamist groups take the law in to their own hands and give barbaric sentences in PoK's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region.

Switzerland's 'neutral' status is now questionable with their acceptance of China's 'One Nation Policy' putting the lives of Tibetan refugees at risk

Chinese institutions across the world are under scanner for their role in subverting real academic work and allegations of espionage against the host countries

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