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Hong Kong protests: Despite opposition from China, Donald Trump signs bill supporting pro-democracy demonstrators
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Hong Kong protests: Despite opposition from China, Donald Trump signs bill supporting pro-democracy demonstrators

The 'Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019', which reaffirms and amends the United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992, specifies US policy towards Hong Kong, directs assessment of the political developments in Hong Kong, and other purposes.

Hong Kong election landslide results signal more frictions with China; city's pro-Beijing camp in full retreat
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Hong Kong election landslide results signal more frictions with China; city's pro-Beijing camp in full retreat

In the run-up to local elections in Hong Kong on Sunday, Beijing and its allies in the city were portraying the vote as a way to hear the voice of a silent majority after nearly six months of increasingly violent anti-government protests

Leaked Chinese documents reveal details of crackdown on Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province, says NYT report
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Leaked Chinese documents reveal details of crackdown on Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province, says NYT report

Human rights groups and outside experts say more than one million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities have been rounded up in a network of internment camps across the far-western Xinjiang region of China

Riot police in Hong Kong storms shopping malls  to thwart protests; at least five injured in knife attack, two in critical condition
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Riot police in Hong Kong storms shopping malls to thwart protests; at least five injured in knife attack, two in critical condition

The protests began in early June over a now-shelved plan to allow extraditions to mainland China but have since swelled into a movement seeking other demands, including direct elections for Hong Kong's leaders and an independent inquiry into police conduct

Germany's DJ Zedd 'permanently banned' from China for liking a tweet by official South Park account
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Germany's DJ Zedd 'permanently banned' from China for liking a tweet by official South Park account

German DJ Zedd has been permanently banned by China for liking a tweet from the South Park official Twitter account. Zedd, whose real name is Anton Zaslavski, shared the news on Twitter.

Day One of US-China trade talks: Donald Trump hails 'very good negotiations', businesses remain optimistic
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Day One of US-China trade talks: Donald Trump hails 'very good negotiations', businesses remain optimistic

The mood surrounding the talks had soured earlier this week when the US government blacklisted 28 Chinese public security bureaus, technology and surveillance firms, including video surveillance gear maker Hikvision, over allegations of abuses of Muslim minorities in China.

70 years of Communist China: Rise of Xi Jinping as a personality cult worrisome; ruthless suppression of dissent signals an autocratic State
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70 years of Communist China: Rise of Xi Jinping as a personality cult worrisome; ruthless suppression of dissent signals an autocratic State

Xi Jinping personally heads the central commissions on finance, foreign affairs, military affairs, national security, internet policing and, since last year, the one on reform, under a commission interestingly named as of “comprehensively deepening reforms”.

'UK save Hong Kong': Pro-democracy groups rally outside British consulate; police use tear gas, water cannons to quell violent protests
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'UK save Hong Kong': Pro-democracy groups rally outside British consulate; police use tear gas, water cannons to quell violent protests

As protests over a now-abandoned plan to allow extraditions to mainland China entered the 15th week, pro-democracy protesters rallied outside Britain's consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday

Hong Kong protests: Students form chains, demand democratic reforms; govt warns US to stay out of 'internal affairs'
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Hong Kong protests: Students form chains, demand democratic reforms; govt warns US to stay out of 'internal affairs'

Hong Kong's government agreed last week to withdraw an extradition bill that sparked protests, but demonstrators want other demands to be met, including direct elections of city leaders and an independent inquiry into police actions

'If China crossed into grey zone 100 times, India did the double,' says Eastern Army commander Lt Gen MM Naravane
India

'If China crossed into grey zone 100 times, India did the double,' says Eastern Army commander Lt Gen MM Naravane

Army vice-chief designate Lt Gen MM Naravane said on Tuesday that if China transgressed the "grey zone" at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) 100 times, the Indian Army did so on 200 occasions, as he claimed Beijing acted like a "regional bully" during the Dokalam stand-off

'Protesters vs Police': How peaceful protests against Hong Kong's extradition bill morphed into summer of tear gas, rubber bullets
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'Protesters vs Police': How peaceful protests against Hong Kong's extradition bill morphed into summer of tear gas, rubber bullets

The demands of protestors in Hong Kong grew from opposing changes to the extradition bill, to pressing for democratic elections, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam's resignation and an investigation into allegations of police brutality at the demonstrations

China hints at deployment of military in Hong Kong to quell anti-extradition protests that have raged for past 2 months
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China hints at deployment of military in Hong Kong to quell anti-extradition protests that have raged for past 2 months

The Chinese military on Wednesday warned pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong that it could deploy its soldiers on the city government's request in the wake of continuing anti-extradition protests.

Tiananmen Square anniversary: Wall of silence, extra security, tight internet censorship surround Beijing 30 years on
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Tiananmen Square anniversary: Wall of silence, extra security, tight internet censorship surround Beijing 30 years on

China marked 30 years since the deadly Tiananmen crackdown on Tuesday with a wall of silence and extra security after arresting activists and tightening internet censorship ahead of the politically sensitive anniversary.

Silence, security in Beijing on 30th Tiananmen anniversary: China's Communist Party detains several activists, shuts down live-streaming sites
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Silence, security in Beijing on 30th Tiananmen anniversary: China's Communist Party detains several activists, shuts down live-streaming sites

China marked 30 years since the deadly Tiananmen crackdown on Tuesday with a wall of silence and extra security after arresting activists and tightening internet censorship ahead of the politically sensitive anniversary.

China will always stand by Pakistan's 'core interests', says Vice-President Wang Qishan on $60-billion CPEC
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China will always stand by Pakistan's 'core interests', says Vice-President Wang Qishan on $60-billion CPEC

China will always stand by Pakistan's 'core interests' no matter how the international landscape changes, visiting Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan has said as he cited the USD 60 billion CPEC as the manifestation of their all-weather relationship

'Frustrated' Donald Trump threatens to raise taxes on China imports: US President challenges Xi Jinping either change or suffer consequences
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'Frustrated' Donald Trump threatens to raise taxes on China imports: US President challenges Xi Jinping either change or suffer consequences

But Trump also has an incentive to reach a deal. The trade war is creating uncertainty for businesses trying to decide where to buy supplies, locate factories and make investments. And it's been weighing on a strong US stock market, which the president likes to tout as evidence that his economic policies are working.

To match BJP's organisational structure and attract youth to join party, Congress has mammoth task before it
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To match BJP's organisational structure and attract youth to join party, Congress has mammoth task before it

Membership, especially paid membership, is a true sign of the BJP's popularity. The Congress has a gargantuan task before it, if it has to inspire young Indians to sign up as its members on the basis of its activities and its vision for this country.

China imparting 'patriotic education' to Tibetan monks and nuns infuriates region's religious leaders
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China imparting 'patriotic education' to Tibetan monks and nuns infuriates region's religious leaders

Buddhism has always been perceived by the Chinese as one of the most formidable hurdles en route exercising total control over Tibet.

Beijing's white paper aimed at preventing revival of Tibet issue, keeping human rights violations by China under wraps
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Beijing's white paper aimed at preventing revival of Tibet issue, keeping human rights violations by China under wraps

Beijing's latest self-congratulatory document, Democratic Reform in Tibet — 60 Years On, is an attempt to arrest not just the revival of global interest on Tibet issue but also dismiss Dalai Lama's latest assertions that the next Buddha reincarnation may be found in India

China releases white paper on economic development of Tibet, says region's GDP grew by 191 times in 60 years
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China releases white paper on economic development of Tibet, says region's GDP grew by 191 times in 60 years

China says Tibet for centuries has been its territory well before People's Liberation Army (PLA) took control of it in 1950.