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Taliban Calls China Afghan’s Friend, Assures Not To Host Uyghur Militants

Jul 10, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

The comments came as the Taliban made territorial gains in the war-torn country amid the withdrawal of the US forces.

Biden Administration Considering Keeping Solar Products From China Out Of U.S. Markets

May 24, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Biden's climate envoy, John Kerry, has said that the possibility of forced labor in Xinjiang “is a problem”


Bill To Prohibit Funds To Buy Chinese Solar Panels Introduced In US

Senator Marco Rubio said that the CPC’s crimes should not be fuelled by American taxpayer dollars.

China Sees Over 100 New Covid Cases For Second Consecutive Day

Jul 30, 2020 PTI

The National Health Commission (NHC) said that 105 new coronavirus cases, including 102 domestically transmitted ones, were registered in the country on Wednesday, mainly in the Muslim Uygur majority Xinjiang province which reported a sudden spike in cases.


'Infected': Data Shows How China Criminalized Muslim Faith

A newly revealed database exposes in extraordinary detail the main reasons for the detentions of hundreds of people in Karakax County: their religion and their family ties

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A health worker checks body temperature of a passenger as a precaution against the coronavirus, at Dadar Railway Station in Mumbai.

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A health worker checks body temperature of passengers as a precaution against the coronavirus, at Dadar Railway Station in Mumbai.

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A man receives a dose of COVID-19 vaccine during a door-to-door vaccination campaign in Morigaon district of Assam.

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Newly appointed Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar lays wreath at National War Memorial, in New Delhi.

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Newly appointed Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral R Hari Kumar pays tribute to martyrs at National War Memorial, in New Delhi.

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