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Why Chinese investment is stoking anger in Pakistan’s Balochistan province

Unfazed by attacks in the western Balochistan province, Islamabad has extended a $350 million (€306 million) worth copper-gold mine contract to a Chinese company. Separatists claim Beijing is exploiting their resources.

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