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Beijing, Nov 24: Chinese authorities have closed or modified hundreds of mosques in the country's Ningxia and Gansu regions. These two regions have the largest Muslim population after Xinjiang. This information was given in the report published by the international human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Wednesday.
Johannesburg, August 24: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina held a bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The meeting took place at Hotel Sandton on the sidelines of the BRICS summit in Johannesburg, South Africa on Wednesday evening local time.
Beijing, June 15: China supports Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's stand against US sanctions on Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) issue. The country will fully support Bangladesh in maintaining its independence, sovereignty and geographical integrity.
Yunnan, May 31: Protesters clashed with police over the planned demolition of a traditional mosque dome in a major Muslim-majority city in China's Yunnan province.
Dhaka, May 16: Taiwan security forces have found the wreckage of a suspected China-made weather balloon on one of its offshore frontline islets, media reports said on Tuesday.
Dhaka, March 17: New Zealand has decided to ban the Chinese conglomerate-owned popular social media app TikTok on all devices with access to its parliament by the end of this month.
Kathmandu/Beijing, April 17: China's interference in Nepal's internal affairs to influence the country's domestic politics and economy has been growing steadily over time. However, it is also true that the people of Nepal have held numerous anti-China protests.
Beijing, December 24: Stressing on the opressive regime of Xi Jinping-led government that "reminding the Mao era", a new report by the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said China is "the world's biggest captor of journalists" with at least 127 scribes currently detained.
Beijing, November 29: China’s crackdown on for-profit education gained steam in the current month as authorities push to make private elementary and middle schools public under a banner of promoting 'fairness' in education, according to Nikkei Asia newspaper.
Washington DC, November 19: The US President Joe Biden-led administration is planning to diplomatically boycott the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics 2022.
Chinese dream of establishing itself as arms exporter receives jolt as Bangladesh flags faulty equipment supply
Beijing, November 16: China's aim of establishing itself as a defence exporter to many countries that are neighbours to India received a jolt when its supplies to the Bangladesh armed forces have raised concerns over the quality and longevity of the products, media reports said.
Beijing, November 12: The Chinese Communist Party has adopted a 'landmark resolution' by which President Xi Jinping's status in political history has been further cemented.
Beijing, November 10: The Chinese government's continued inhumane treatment of Uighur Muslims and other minorities in Xinjiang province has come under renewed scrutiny. According to a recent media report, Beijing is earning billions of dollars by extracting the organs of these forcibly persecuted Uyghurs and selling them on the black market. If this grave allegation is proved, then appropriate action can be taken against it at the international level.
Beijing, October 29: Chinese authorities have arrested a Uyghur doctoral student from Xinjiang region, who had earned academic achievements and was praised by the Chinese media, from far-western region in April while attending university in Guangzhou, media reports said.
Beijing, October 26: A knife attack incident in Wuhan city of China left at least seven people dead on Monday, media reports said.