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China Employs 'Fishing Militia' to Expand Reach in South China Sea

China is expanding its reach in the South China Sea by using a fleet of "fishing militia" to collect information on foreign vessels passing through the ...read more

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Taiwan Deploys Ships to Disputed Island After Japan Seizes Fishing Boat

Taiwan sent two patrol ships to Japan's Okinotorishima Island on Sunday in response to the seizure of a Taiwanese fishing vessel by the Japanese coast guard ... read more

China's Manufacturing PMI Drops in April

Manufacturing activities in China declined further in the month of April, according to a private survey conducted by Caixin magazine, a leading ...read more

India Asks China to Stop Construction Activities in Pakistani Occupied Kashmir

Amid the growing diplomatic row over the 'Masood Azhar issue,' India has now requested that China halts all construction activities in Pakistani ... read more

China to Join ASEAN Member-States for Military Exercise in South China Sea

China will join a multinational military exercise involving ten member-states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) next month. ... read more

President Xi Jinping Pushes for 'Friendly Dialogues' in Resolving South China Sea Row

Chinese President Xi Jinping reiterated the country's stance on territorial disputes in the South China Sea, saying that only negotiations between the ... read more

International Community Awaits China's Response to Arbitration Court Ruling on South China Sea

All eyes are on China as the ruling on the South China Sea by The Hague's arbitration court is expected in the coming weeks. The Philippines filed the territorial case against Beijing in the ... read more

China Employs 'Fishing Militia' to Expand Reach in South China Sea

China is expanding its reach in the South China Sea by using a fleet of "fishing militia" to collect information on foreign vessels passing through the international waterway. ... read more

Philippines Presidential Candidate Rodrigo Duterte Says He is Open to Talks With China Over South China Sea Dispute

Rodrigo Duterte, one of the frontrunners in the Philippines presidential elections, said on Sunday that he is willing to stage bilateral dialogue with China if the current multilateral talks fail to ... read more

Afeni Shakur: Tupac's Mother Dies at 69 From Possible Cardiac Arrest

Afeni Shakur, the mother of rap legend Tupac Shakur, died pm Monday from a possible cardiac arrest in California. ... read more

'Empire’ Season 2, Episode 16 Spoilers: Andre Exposes Lucious’ Dark Secret

As viewers close in on the season finale of “Empire” Season 2, more hints are being dropped about Lucious’ family history. The whole Lyon clan has been in an emotional rollercoaster ride in the ... read more

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6 Episode 3 Spoilers: What Will Happen in ‘Oathbreaker’?

The final scene in the last episode of 'Game of Thrones' was not entirely shocking, especially for die-hard fans who believed the theory that Jon Snow (Kit Harrington,) will be resurrected. Now that ... read more

Science

Australia Declares War on Carp

Common carp is also known as European carp and is included in the list of the world's 100 most invasive species. ... read more

Society

China’s Hukou System in the Headlines as Authorities Nullify Household Registration of Beijing Woman

China's Hukou system has been put on the spotlight after a Chinese woman's Beijing household registration was nullified by authorities after she ... read more

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Indian Temple Lifts Ban on Women’s Entry After 400 Years

In a significant development and historic decision, a temple in India will now allow women to enter its premises, putting aside its 400 year old tradition. There have been protests in the past several months by women devotees on this issue after a ... read more

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