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Pakistan: Convoy of Chinese engineers attacked by Baloch rebels near Gwadar Port in Balochistan, 13 dead

Two Pakistani security personnel were also injured when the cavalcade of engineers of a Chinese construction company came under attack on Faqeer Bridge in Gwadar.

Pakistan: Amid growing security threats, Chinese engineers suspend work on hydropower projects under CPEC

A meeting, under the chairmanship of Energy and Power Secretary Nisar Ahmad Khan, took place on Monday wherein the security agencies were directed that an integrated strategy would be adopted for the timely completion of hydropower projects worth billions of rupees, reported The Nation.

Pakistan most influenced by China amongst 82 countries, study reveals, read details

Following Pakistan, Cambodia and Singapore are listed at the second spot while Thailand at third position, as per the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) report.

Pakistan: Interior minister gets scrambling as one more Chinese national gets shot dead in Karachi

Two more Chinese nationals were injured in the attack that took place in Karachi, Pakistan.

India objects to China and Pakistan’s invite to third countries to join CPEC Projects

MEA said inviting third countries to join the CPEC project directly infringes India's sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Pakistan and China invite third country to join the CPEC amid inordinate delays and deepening fund crisis

With Chinese economy slowing and Pakistan on a brink of financial collapse, the two countries have invited a third country to join CPEC.

Beijing concerned over attacks on Chinese nationals in Pakistan, requests action by Pak Army chief Qamar Bajwa in high-level meet: Reports

A tri-service military group from Pakistan visited China to meet senior military and government officials from Beijing.

Rahul Gandhi hails China’s Belt and Road Initiative and debt traps as ‘prosperity’, says India-US relations need similar plans

Rahul Gandhi hailed the Chinese debt trap diplomacy and said the India-US relations need a similar plans.

Chinese firms threaten to close operations in Pakistan over non-payment of dues totaling $1.5 Billion: Reports

Complaints by the Chinese side also included high taxation, a hike in fuel prices, a complex visa process, and constant pressure to maximize power generation.

Chinese workers and citizens in Pakistan feel insecure as they lose confidence in Pakistani security systems

Reportedly, many Chinese workers went back to their motherland after the Karachi University attack and it was being seen as equivalent to an exodus.

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