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Pakistan, China forge closer ties

The leaders of China and Pakistan have pledged to work against separatist Muslims in China’s north-western Xinjiang province. At a summit meeting in Beijing they also signed a number of deals, but no agreement has yet emerged on Chinese help towards building a nuclear power plant in Pakistan. The summit comes amid a background of warming ties between China and Pakistan’s regional rival, India. It is the first meeting between the Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, and his Chinese counterpart, Hu Jintao, who came to power in March. The BBC’s correspondent in Beijing, Louisa Lim, says Mr Hu hailed General Musharraf as an old friend of the Chinese people. Full Story

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