China says its campaign against "violent terrorism and religious extremism" in the restive northwestern region is winning public support.
Online access could change the lives of millions in India, but supporters of an independent Internet there say large companies are seeking to control it.
The magnitude-7.8 quake shook Nepal to its core one month ago, killing more than 8,600 people and destroying wide swathes of the Himalayan nation.
The soldier who carried out the attack on his fellow troops in Tunis was reportedly not allowed to carry a weapon.
More flash floods are likely with storms forecast to hit Oklahoma and Texas, parts of which were swamped by rain over the weekend.
At least 430 people have perished because of the scorching temperatures, and scientists predict similar heat waves could afflict the country for as many as 40 days annually.
Chinese state media say conflict is inevitable if Washington provokes Beijing by continuing overflights above disputed islands in the South China Sea.
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