Party spokesman Tuo Zhen said China's ruling Communist Party will draft a new strategy for development during the next five years
There is an exodus from Bangladesh of those who feel the country is at breaking point and salvation lies elsewhere
After the coordinated Rohingya insurgents attack in the Rakhine state of Myanmar, almost 582,000 Rohingya have fled Bangladesh since August 25
The police training centre in Gardiz in southeast Afghanistan was attacked by suicide bombers and gunmen
The QCG is a four-nation group comprising of Afganistan, Pakistan, China and the US tasked to restart the peace process in Afghanistan.
The Pakistan authorities had on Sunday withdrawn terrorism charges against Saeed and his group the JuD.
Mesut Kacmaz, his wife and two daughters were flown out of Pakistan after having being detained since September 20 in the eastern city of Lahore, the former school officials said
India’s failure to actualise the promise of plenty is a developmental defeat, and a betrayal of the vision of its freedom fighters
About a dozen boat sinkings have so far claimed the lives of about 200 Rohingya
The operation late on Wednesday freed American Caitlan Campbell, her Canadian husband Joshua Boyle and their three children who were born in captivity following five years as hostages of the Taliban-linked Haqqani network