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Uighur

China's state media defends Xinjiang Muslim crackdown

More than one million Uighurs are estimated to be in detention in 'counter-extremism centres' in China's far west.

China's state media defends Xinjiang Muslim crackdown

China

One million Muslim Uighurs held in secret China camps: UN panel

Vice chairperson of anti-discrimination committee says members of ethnic community treated as 'enemies of the state'.

One million Muslim Uighurs held in secret China camps: UN panel

China

Chinese Muslims protest against mosque demolition plan

Rare demonstration by Hui minority group comes amid broad government crackdown on religious practice.

Chinese Muslims protest against planned mosque demolition

Witness

The Apology: Stories of Asia's 'Comfort Women'

Women forced into sexual slavery during World War II fight for justice and struggle to make peace with the past.

Counting the Cost

Pakistan, the IMF and China: Imran Khan's economic challenges

Why Pakistan's new leader, Imran Khan, is facing some tough financial and economic questions.

United States

China rejects US demand to reduce Iran oil imports: report

Bloomberg cites officials as saying that Beijing turned down a Washington request to cut imports from Iran.

China rejects US demand to reduce Iran oil imports: report

Asia Pacific

China-US trade war takes its toll on soybeans

China's newly imposed tariffs against US soybeans could hurt US farmers but can Chine be self-sufficient on soybeans?

Malaysia Airlines

MH370 probe fails to find disappearance cause; foul play likely

Report says controls possibly manipulated to take Malaysian Airlines off course but remains unknown who is responsible.

MH370 probe fails to find disappearance cause; foul play likely

China

How influential can social media users be in China?

China is known to monitor social media, but in the wake of a rapid government response to a fake-vaccine crisis, when does 'monitoring social media users' become 'listening to social media users'?

China

Blast outside US embassy in Beijing injures one

Beijing police say a 26-year-old man from China's Inner Mongolia region is suspected of triggering the blast.

China: Blast outside US embassy in Beijing triggers panic

Asia Pacific

China arrests 15 people over vaccine safety scandal

Authorities have already ordered the pharmaceutical manufacturer to halt production and recall all its vaccines.

China arrests 15 people after vaccine maker admits wrongdoing

Opinion

Can the BRICS propose a new development paradigm?

As BRICS countries come together for their 10th summit, they will have to put forward a new vision for the grouping.

Karin Costa Vazquez

by Karin Costa Vazquez

Karin Costa Vazquez

Inside Story

Does Africa benefit from its relations with China?

Xi Jinping promises to strengthen economic ties as he embarks on a four-nation tour of Africa.

Asia Pacific

China: Hundreds of thousands of children given fake vaccines

Executives from China's second-largest pharmaceutical company, Changsheng Bio-Technology Company, have admitted to falsifying test results and producing fake vaccines.

China

Chinese premier vows crackdown after violation by vaccine maker

Chinese leaders scramble to shore up public confidence after rabies vaccine maker was found faking records.

Chinese premier vows crackdown after violation by vaccine maker