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Xinjiang’s troubled history

Xinjiang’s troubled history

By Mark O’Neill from The Asian Sentinel The bloody events of mid-July in the Chinese province of Xinjiang, in which hundreds of people lost their lives, have their roots in a clash of cultures that is at least 1,400 years old. In 657, the western Turks surrendered to the army of the Tang dynasty and the area of what is... 

Cory Aquino dies; Philippine people power heroine

Cory Aquino dies; Philippine people power heroine

MANILA (Reuters) – Corazon Aquino of the Philippines, whose ouster of one of the 20th Century’s most corrupt dictators made her a global icon of democracy, died on Saturday after a 16-month battle against colon cancer. She was 76. Her family announced she died in the early hours of Saturday, shortly after a private... 

Massive anti-ISA protests in Kuala Lumpur

Massive anti-ISA protests in Kuala Lumpur

By Syed Jaymal Zahiid and Asrul Hadi Abdullah Sani from The Malaysian Insider KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 1 – Police have crushed an anti-ISA rally that turned the capital into a battlezone with tear gas and water cannon as Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz defiantly said Barisan Nasional will keep the security law as it was “necessary”. “As... 



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