Lanka says it will not allow docking of Chinese submarines


In a move apparently aimed at allaying India’s concerns, the new Sri Lankan government today said it will not allow Chinese submarines to dock in its ports while acknowledging that such a docking did take place coinciding with the Japanese Prime Minister’s visit last year. “I really do not know what circumstances lead to some submarines coming to the port of Colombo on the very day the Japanese Prime Minister (Shinzo Abe) was…

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Boris Nemtsov shot dead: Investigators say Islamic extremists may have murdered politician

Russian officials investigating the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov have claimed Islamist extremists may have been behind his death. Other possible motives listed by the Investigative Committee, which has Vladimir Putin as its executive, included an attempt to destabilise Russia, the Ukraine conflict and his personal life. Mr Nemtsov […]