Australia PM announces legislation to indefinitely detain terror suspects

Australia PM announces legislation to indefinitely detain terror suspects

Canberra, Australia : With the surge in terrorist attacks in Europe and United States of America, Australia has hinted to enforce stricter laws against terrorism. Australian Prime Minister Mr. Malcolm Turnbull has proposed to add a provision in the law so that suspected terrorist can be detained for indefinite period of time.   The Prime Minister has written […]

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On expelling of Chinese journos, China’s Global Times warns India of dire consequences

On expelling of Chinese journos, China’s Global Times warns India of dire consequences

Beijing : India expelled 3 senior Chinese journalists employed at ‘Xinhua News Agency,’ by refusing to renew their work visas. The journalists have been ordered to leave the country by 31st July.  No official reason was given for the Indian government’s decision, but sources said the three were indulging in activities beyond their journalistic brief. […]

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Threat of nuclear escalation in Korean peninsula due to US’s deployment of Thaad missile shield: China

Threat of nuclear escalation in Korean peninsula due to US’s deployment of Thaad missile shield: China

Beijing : The national voice of China claims that the ‘Thaad’ would be the cause for the Korean region to face a nuclear danger, like the one Cuba did in the decade of 1960.  It was on the 8th of July that the US and South Korea announced the deployment of the ‘Thaad’. While publicizing the […]

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Ignoring China`s warnings US to patrol South China Sea

Ignoring China`s warnings US to patrol South China Sea

A senior US official has confirmed that, the US will continue with its naval and air force activities in the ‘South China Sea’. He further stated that all the US activities will continue based on the guidelines drawn by the international law. US announcement was made immediately after receiving a threatening message from China stating that US will be […]

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China’s nuclear-capable bomber planes patrol South China Sea

China’s nuclear-capable bomber planes patrol South China Sea

After the verdict of the International Court of Justice furious China dispatched its long-range bomber plane carrying nuclear weapons in the region of South China Sea. Importantly China, that maintains secrecy regarding its military activities has published the news of these bomber planes on social media which seems like issuing a warning to its opponents. From the official account of ‘People’s Liberation Army Air force’, few photographs were published on the Chinese social media. In the photographs it is seen that China’s ‘H-6K’, a nuclear carrying bomber plane is seen hovering over the airspace of the ‘Scarborough Shoal’, a group of islands in the South China Sea. Philippines had raised the dispute over the same marine area and the group of islands in the International Court […]

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China warns of crushing reply to provocation on South China Sea

China warns of crushing reply to provocation on South China Sea

Beijing / Melbourne : China’s aggression seems to have been aggravated since the International Tribunal Court’s decision against their claim in the South China Sea dispute. Foreign Ministry of China has issued a warning stating “If anyone provokes China in the South China Sea, China will give a crushing reply,” Australia had appealed to China not […]

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China should respect International Court verdict on South China Sea: Philippines

China should respect International Court verdict on South China Sea: Philippines

Manila/Beijing (Agencies) -The Philippines has  urged China to respect an International tribunal’s ruling on South China Sea. It is said   that Philippines will be putting forward this point in Asia-Europe Summit happening on Friday. At the same time, Indonesia has announced the deployment of warships, fighter jets in their sea area. Even China has taken […]

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South China Sea issue could flare war in region: China’s Vice Foreign Minister

South China Sea issue could flare war in region: China’s Vice Foreign Minister

Washington : China has expressed a strong opposition to the International court’s verdict on the South China Sea issue. China continues to assert its supremacy over the South China Sea and has retaliated strongly to the verdict. China’s vice minister of foreign affairs, Liu Zhenmin has claimed China’s dominance over the South China Sea and has also […]

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China blames Japan and Phillippines for South China Sea verdict of Hague court

China blames Japan and Phillippines for South China Sea verdict of Hague court

  China has blamed Japan for stage-managing the adverse South China Sea Award by the Hague Tribunal. The Japanese judge who oversaw the formation of the Tribunal has been accused by Beijing of bias. China has cast serious aspersions on the fairness of the Tribunal. A Chinese Deputy Minister Liu Zhenmin blamed Philippines for provoking the […]

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Japanese PM Shinzo Abe wins 2/3rd majority in upper house

Japanese PM Shinzo Abe wins 2/3rd majority in upper house

On Sunday, Japan’s PM Shinzo Abe’s ruling party won the parliamentary elections and gained 2/3rd majority in the upper house strengthening the efforts to bring constitutional reforms in the country. China being upset with Abe’s win, it’s official news agency ,Xinhua criticised Japan’s election result. It mentioned it as a threat to regional stability. Two […]

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