BEIJING: Pakistani businessmen whose wives and children are trapped in China’s restive Xinjiang are travelling to Beijing to lobby their embassy, in hopes that the south Asian nation’s new government will pressure its ally for their release. Beijing has faced an outcry from activists, some governments and UN human rights experts over mass detentions and strict surveillance of the mostly Muslim Uighur minority, and other Muslim groups, in the western region. Mirza Imran Baig, 40, who trades between his home city of…
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UNITED NATIONS: UN investigators offered Tuesday to share information from secret lists of alleged Syria war criminals with prosecutors, to help bring perpetrators to justice.
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's main opposition Friday promised to address international concerns over war crimes and normalise relations with regional superpower India and Western nations if they won January presidential polls.