Why China’s Terracotta Warriors Are Stirring Controversy
Recently, though, mitochondrial DNA tests conducted on human remains from Xinjiang, China’s westernmost province, got the attention of international media. The results suggested the presence of “Westerners” in China as early as the third century B.C., during the lifetime of Qin Shui Hang (259-210 B.C.), the first emperor of China. http://www.livescience.com/56939-china-terracotta-warriors-stir-controversy.html
Australian media is reporting shocking cases of two separate incidents of mass violent acts involving South Sudanese Australian gangs in Melbourne, Victoria and Sydney, New South Wales.
On Saturday, a group of about 30 “men of African descent” fought outside a theatre in Sydney according to NSW Police. The police refused to say whether those involved in violence were South Sudanese but most Australian media houses have been identifying them as mostly South Sudanese. http://hotinjuba.com/junubin-gang-terrorise-melbourne-and-sydney/
During the first six months of 2016, more than 2,000 migrants who requested asylum were found to be carrying false passports, but German border control officers allowed them into the country anyway. Migrants with false papers could be linked to the Islamic State, security analysts warned. https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/9431/germany-islam-october