Map. History of Asia conflict

23 October 2018
A J-10 fighter crashed in southern China in the afternoon of Oct. 18, killing the pilot. The crash occurred in the city of Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province, which is host to the first ASEAN-China Maritime Training Exercise that started on Oct. 22 and is scheduled to last until Oct. 28.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman received Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan in Riyadh's Al-Yamamah palace on Tuesday
Another former TTP commander attacked in North Waziristan. Pakistan
1 hour ago
US and Uzbekistan signed investment deals worth $2.5B in Tashkent. Chair of the US-Uzbekistan Chamber of Commerce told Uzbek officials that Americans will invest more in the Central Asian country than Russia pledged ($27B) after Putin's visit last week
Khan Tells Summit Pakistan Wants Peace With All Its Neighbors
Vietnam's National Assembly elects Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as president.
5 hour ago
In interview with Russian paper, @kommersant , John Bolton suggests he believes there's "zero probability" the INF treaty can be saved. Says it would need not just Russia , but also China (which isn't part of the treaty) to give up about half its missiles
USAF MC-130H 88-0264 SHOOK11 and USAF MC-130J 12-5763 SHOOK12 Arrived into Kadena AB, Okinawa at 0831z from a mission towards the southwest
5 hour ago
China's Xi opens world's longest sea bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau
Indonesian President Meets Saudi FM
6 hour ago
Kazakh President sounds urgent call for international cooperation
Motorcycle rider killed in Dhaka road crash
India: Pakistan violates ceasefire in Poonch, J&K, violation near Army camp7 hour ago
India: Pakistan violates ceasefire in Poonch, J&K, violation near Army camp
Two accused in Congress worker Manoj Dubey murder case have been arrested by Mumbai Police. Manoj Dubey was allegedly killed in Mumbai's Ghatkopar on 21 October allegedly over a Facebook post claiming Congress victory in 2019 elections
China jails prosecutors who tortured HK businessman to death
An international public security conference aimed at sharing experiences related to sports events and improving cooperation between police officers at home and abroad will open in Beijing.
Islamabad: Drugs smuggling attempt foiled on Islamabad Airport, 1300 grams ice heroin recovered from resident of Charsadda. Suspect handed over to ANF for further inquiry.
Son of Gurugram judge, shot by guard, dies
Bangladeshi killed in 'BSF firing' A Bangladeshi man was killed yesterday in what appeared to be a BSF firing near the border in Chapainawabganj's Shibganj upazila.
A senior official in High Commission for Pakistan in Delhi was summoned to MEA anda demarche was made lodging strong protest at fatal casualties of Indian soldiers in an attempted cross border infiltration on 21 Oct 2018 by Pakistani militants in Sunderbani Sector
Amritsar train accident left 61 people dead and at least 143 injured after a passing train crushed hundreds of revellers who had gathered at the rail tracks at Joda Phatak to burning of Ravan's effigy
8 hour ago
CGTN:Magnitude-6.0 quake strikes maritime area east of Taiwan, according to China Earthquake Network Center. No injuries have been reported, and tsunami alerts have not triggered so far
8 hour ago
A woman was shot dead in Delhi's Bawana area and two men were shot in Mahipalpur. The police authorities are probing the cases.
The two policemen who were seen damaging the side mirror of a taxi in Pasay City were relieved from their posts and will face administrative charges, NCRPO Chief Police Director Guillermo Eleazar said.
The Delhi court directed the Delhi Commissioner of Police to appoint an officer, not below the rank of Additional Commissioner of Police (ACP) who has not been involved with the investigation of this case.
Outbreak of rubella in Japan. Clinicians, ask patients about any upcoming travel to Japan and make sure all travelers are up to date on their routine vaccines, including MMR
14 hour ago
KCNA: "The acts of the Abe government will only make the international community know better about the political and moral arrogance of small-minded Japs and their true colors as peace disturbers. Its arrogant words and deeds will precipitate Japan's complete isolation."
14 hour ago
KCNA: "Japan incessantly does the DPRK a wrong. Chief Cabinet Secretary Sugasaid that it is 'premature' to lift the sanctions on the DPRKa stream of nonsense. One can not help laughing at those marginalized fromamong the neighboring countries of the Korean peninsula."
22 hour ago
The remarks made by Pakistan's Prime Minister in his tweet today are deeply regrettable. Instead of making comments on India's internal affairs, Pakistan leadership should look inwards and address its own issues: Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)
22 hour ago
Defense officials tell CNN that multiple Chinese warships shadowed the two US vessels, the USS Curtis Wilbur and USS Antietam, during the transit, following at a distance that was considered to be safe
22 hour ago
Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense (MND) just posted a notice that two US Navy ships have entered the Taiwan Strait from near the southern tip of Taiwan and are heading north.
22 hour ago
The US sailed 2 warships through the Taiwan Strait today, a show of force that is bound to irritate Beijing and comes amid heightened US-China tensions on a range of issues. The frequency of transits has increased this year, with the US also sailing 2 ships through the Strait in July
The Philippines has begun repairs to its runway on Thitu, or Pag-asa, Island, its largest outpost in the Spratlys. Satellite imagery from AMTI reveals this and other upgrades at its South China Sea facilities22 hour ago
The Philippines has begun repairs to its runway on Thitu, or Pag-asa, Island, its largest outpost in the Spratlys. Satellite imagery from AMTI reveals this and other upgrades at its South China Sea facilities
23 hour ago
Taiwan's defence ministry says two U.S. warships passed through the Taiwan strait on Monday
1 year ago
The Japanese government has created a nationwide television broadcast advising civilians on how to protect themselves in the event of a North Korean missile attack.
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