Maldivian police remove an opposition member who tried to enter a Parliament building that closed following the state of emergency. Photo: APMaldivian police remove an opposition member who tried to enter a Parliament building that closed following the state of emergency. Photo: AP
Maldivian police remove an opposition member who tried to enter a Parliament building that closed following the state of emergency. Photo: AP

What does China have to do with a Maldives coup? Ask Sri Lankan tourists

Ousted Maldivian president Mohamed Nasheed blames political turmoil on a Chinese land grab and calls on India to intervene. Does even he believe this, or is it just a ploy? The neighbours appear to have made up their minds

Topic |   Maldives
Maldivian police remove an opposition member who tried to enter a Parliament building that closed following the state of emergency. Photo: APMaldivian police remove an opposition member who tried to enter a Parliament building that closed following the state of emergency. Photo: AP
Maldivian police remove an opposition member who tried to enter a Parliament building that closed following the state of emergency. Photo: AP
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