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Hacking U.S. Secrets, China Pushes for Drones




A court in the northwestern region of Xinjiang sentenced four Uighur men for a terrorist attack on June 26 that left 24 police and civilians dead as well as 13 militants. Alleged ringleader Ahmatniyaz Sidiq was sentenced to death, along with Urayim Eli and Abdulla Esrapil. The fourth man, Akram Usman, was sentenced to 25 years in jail. The court also said the men had advocated and spread religious extremism.




Syria crisis: China joins Russia in opposing military strikes




China urges no UN action on Syria before probe completed




Chemical allegations in Syria haunt ally Iran




'Black budget' summary details US spy network's successes, failures and objectives




Fears of Western strike on Syria spread in Mideast




Syria crisis: Where key countries stand




Guardian Chief - UK Had Newspaper Disks Destroyed




A court in Xinjiang sentenced five Uighur men for a "terror attack" in the city of Kashgar in April that killed 15 people. The defendants, who received sentences ranging from nine years to life in prison, were accused of printing extremist literature as well as attacking and killing police officers and community workers.




Study Suggests North Korea Is Doubling Area Devoted to Uranium Enrichment




Pie in the sky: Chinese authorities shoot down world's first cake drones




Drones increasingly opposed: Poll




Huawei spies for China, says ex-CIA head




Syria Weighs Its Tactics as Pillars of Its Economy Continue to Crumble




US seeking direct nuke talks with Iran: report




NSA's Snowden case review focuses on possible access to China espionage files, officials say




Snowden's Leaks Cloud U.S. Plan to Curb Chinese Hacking




Senators urge Obama to get tough on Russia, Ecuador over Snowden




Paramilitary troops commenced round-the-clock patrols in the restive western province of Xinjiang, where clashes between security forces and Islamist Uighurs have claimed the lives of at least 56 people in the past few months. Authorities have blamed recent violence on a 17-member militant Islamist cell formed in January by a man identified as Aihemaitiniyazi Sidike. At least five members of the cell were captured, including the alleged mastermind.