Patrols to prevent extremists from illegally leaving for foreign nations
China has intensified inspections and patrols in border regions to stop terrorism suspects who plan to join extreme Islamic forces, government sources said.
"Border police have stepped up efforts to prevent and combat such cases," said one government official who declined to reveal his name because of the sensitivity of the issue.
In recent years, due to the spread of religious extremism through audio and video materials, a number of young Xinjiang extremists have illegally entered Southeast Asian countries.
From there, they usually purchase fake passports and transfer to Turkey or Syria to receive military training with local extremist organizations, then launch attacks in Syria and Iraq, according to the official.
In March, eight Xinjiang terrorists who planned to illegally cross the Chinese border for jihad were stopped by Yunnan border police. They then returned to the provincial capital Kunming and launched an attack at the railway station that caused 31 deaths and more than 140 injuries.
In September, four Xinjiang terrorist suspects were captured by Indonesian police for violating local immigration and counter-terror laws. They will face charges by the local prosecuting department, according to Singapore's Straits Times.
It reported that the four Xinjiang terrorists crossed the Yunnan border and entered Cambodia and Thailand, where they purchased fake Turkish passports and flew to Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia. Then they transferred to the Java islands in Indonesia and participated in a local ISIS branch.
"Through participating in terrorist training, they could accumulate practical experience in launching terrorist attacks, expand their influence and raise lots of funds," the anonymous Chinese official said. "Their final intention is to return to China to plot and conduct more terrorist attacks."
He said that in order to tackle the issue, border police will pay attention to collecting intelligence, especially enhancing judicial cooperation with neighboring countries to share intelligence.
In addition, police will strengthen management and patrols on the border while intensifying pressure on organizers who help them to get across the border, he said.
To eliminate terror acts, the key is to "strengthen law enforcement cooperation with other countries, such as the US, and some Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern countries, to collect and share intelligence and conduct joint operations," said Mei Jianming, director of the Counterterrorism Center at People's Public Security University of China.
"In addition, relevant countries will take effective measures to cut the channel for recruiting Islamic State members and financial support," he said.
MELBOURNE, July 12 (Xinhua) -- Sleep could be a key player in reducing the impact of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), an Australian study published on Wednesday has found.
The research, compiled by the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI), found that the symptoms of ADHD were exacerbated in 70 percent of children with the disorder who struggle to sleep.
Melisssa Mulraney, the lead researcher, said that making simple adjustments to the bedtime routines of children with ADHD could make a significant difference.
Mulraney said that the research indicated that children with ADHD who had consistent routines were less anxious at bedtime and found it easier to sleep.
"The children that had the good habits were less likely to argue around bedtime, they slept for longer overall, and they were more alert and less sleepy during the day," she said.
"Even if you are not sleeping well, even without ADHD you are not concentrating and paying attention."
Researchers will now undertake a trial of 300 children to establish if programs developed by psychologists and paediatricians can change sleep habits of children and alter their behavior.
"Our body clock, our circadian rhythm that makes us feel sleepy is influenced by external cues like daylight, temperatures and timing of meals," Mulraney said.
"If you have a set routine: brush your teeth and then read a book, then the body starts to get used to that routine and you start to feel more sleepy simply by going through the routine."
Mulraney said she is optimistic that solving sleep problems can change quality of life for the better by altering behavior, academic achievement and ADHD symptoms.
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