The recent terrorist attacks in Pakistan are putting pressure on relations between Beijing and Islamabad. Photo: AP

With economic corridor’s viability on the line, Beijing searches for an answer to Pakistan terrorism

  • Gwadar hotel attack increases security concerns around Beijing’s major development drive in Pakistan
  • Separatist insurgents vow to target more Chinese investments
Topic |   Pakistan

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The recent terrorist attacks in Pakistan are putting pressure on relations between Beijing and Islamabad. Photo: AP
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The funeral of Awais Ali Shah, a security supervisor killed after BLA insurgents attacked a luxury hotel in the port city of Gwadar. Photo: Reuters

‘The Chinese are our No 1 enemy’: why Beijing’s US$62 billion investment in Pakistan is the top target for Balochistan separatists

  • Government officials say Islamabad has set aside US$9.1 million for security in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
  • But the Balochistan Liberation Army has vowed to continue its attacks on Chinese projects and nationals, as they fear being turned into a minority in their own province
Topic |   Pakistan

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The funeral of Awais Ali Shah, a security supervisor killed after BLA insurgents attacked a luxury hotel in the port city of Gwadar. Photo: Reuters
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