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    China, Taliban Hold Their First Dialogue In Kabul

    China has established its first diplomatic contact with the Taliban in Kabul after the terrorist group took control of Afghanistan and the two sides now have "unimpeded.

    Central Asia
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    Putin, Xi agree to jointly combat Afghanistan ‘threats’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping agreed on Wednesday their countries would step up efforts to counter “threats” emerging.

    Central Asia
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    US urges Pak-China help for Afghan settlement

    The United States has said that it wants Pakistan and China to help evolve “some sort of political settlement” in Afghanistan even though the Taliban now effectively.

    Central Asia
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    China Offers Sops to Encourage Couples Have More Children

    In an apparent attempt to address the reluctance of the Chinese couples to have more children due to mounting costs, the amended law has also passed more social and economic support measures to address the concerns.

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    China sifts opportunity from ashes of US Afghan project

    While Beijing stresses it has no desire to direct any future political settlement in Kabul, it appears to have scented opportunity to press its Belt and Road interests as the US pulls out.

    Central Asia
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    How the US, China, India, Pakistan and Russia are reshaping South Asia

    South Asia has emerged as the convergence point of American, Chinese, and Russian interests in the run-up to the US’ military withdrawal from Afghanistan, which makes this region the most geo-strategically significant

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    US, Russia, China, and Pakistan to discuss Afghan crisis in Doha next month

    Representatives of the "Troika plus" comprising the US, Russia, China, and Pakistan have planned to hold a meeting in Doha next month, to discuss the war-torn situation.

    Central Asia
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    China Wants Taliban to Crack Down on Turkestan Islamic Movement

    A nine-member Taliban delegation is on a two-day visit to China where they met the foreign minister for talks on the peace process and security issues, the group said on Wednesday.

    Central Asia
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    Wakhan Corridor: A new great game in Central Asia?

    He who controls the heartland controls the world”- Halford Mackinder. The assertion of this concept is portrayed in contemporary dynamics of Central Asia, along with its emerging power struggles.

    Central Asia
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    From China to Germany, floods expose climate vulnerability

    Deadly floods that have upended life in both China and Germany have sent a stark reminder that climate change is making weather more extreme across the globe.

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    Pak FM, Intelligence Chief in China for Consultations

    On the invitation of the State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi will visit China from 23-24 July 2021,” the FO said while announcing.

    South Asia
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    President Xi makes rare trip to Tibet

    President Xi Jinping is on a rare trip to China’s politically sensitive region of Tibet, state media reported on Friday, the first such visit by the country’s top leader in more than.

    Southeast Asia
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    China mulls turning tutoring companies into non-profits

    China is considering asking companies that offer tutoring on the school curriculum to go non-profit, according to people familiar with the matter, as part of a sweeping set.

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    Devastating flooding in China leaves 25 dead as nearly a year of rain falls in 3 days

    At least a dozen people drowned in the subway in Zhengzhou, Henan province, and about 100,000 people have been evacuated. Social media videos showed extreme

    Southeast Asia
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    China Weighs Risk And Reward In A Taliban-Led Afghanistan

    The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan and seemingly unstoppable march of the Taliban opens a strategic door to China that is laden with both risk and opportunity.

    Central Asia
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    Man reunited with kidnapped son after 24 years in China

    A Chinese man has been reunited with his kidnapped son after a 24-year search that saw him travel half a million kilometres across China on a motorbike, chasing tipoffs on

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    12 Dead In Pak Bus Blast, China Says 'Bombing', Islamabad Says 'Gas Leak'

    Beijing said nine Chinese workers were among 12 people killed Wednesday by a bomb attack on a bus in northwestern Pakistan and called for severe punishment, but Islamabad blamed the explosion on a "gas leak".

    South Asia
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    Chinese troops enter Ladakh village, stop locals from celebrating Dalai Lama birthday

    Chinese soldiers protested the birthday celebrations of Tibetan Buddhist religious leader Dalai Lama by villagers in the Demchok area of Ladakh.The Chinese troops showed banners and posters.

    South Asia
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    Beijing ‘drives away’ US warship from S. China Sea

    China’s military said it “drove away” a US warship that illegally entered Chinese waters near the Paracel Islands on Monday, the anniversary of an international court ruling.

    South Asia
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    China vows retaliation after US blacklists companies

    China on Sunday said it would take “necessary measures” to respond to the US blacklisting of Chinese companies over their alleged role in abuses of Uyghur people.

    World
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    Taliban Says It Sees China As A "Friend" Of Afghanistan: Report

    The Taliban has said it sees China as a "friend" of Afghanistan and assured Beijing that it would not host Uyghur Islamic militants from the volatile Xinjiang province, which is a major worry.

    Central Asia
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    Kashmir Issue Should Be Resolved Via Dialogue:China

    China on Friday said India and Pakistan should peacefully settle the Kashmir issue and other disputes through dialogue and expressed its support to the international community, including the US, in playing.

    South Asia
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    China rebuked at UN over Uighur detention

    More than 20 countries have called on China to halt its mass detention of ethnic minority Uighurs in the country's Xinjiang region in the first such joint move on the issue at the United Nations.

    Southeast Asia
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    Refrain from forceful actions:China to US on JeM chief

    A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson on Thursday urged the United States to act cautiously on the issue of blacklisting Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar and avoid bypassing the relevant.

    South Asia

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