The parliamentary vote was approved without debate in a session boycotted by all 55 CNRP lawmakers.
Foreign ministers urge government to allow humanitarian access for NGOS and say Myanmar should cooperate with UN rights inquiry.
Factories are being shut down in a bid to clear the skies, while outspoken critics of the government have been placed under close surveillance or sent on forced "vacations."
The crackdown comes after the Xinjiang Communist Party chief calls for a massive region-wide security operation to prevent the occurrence of any incident, large or small.
An official says detainees will not be freed until they admit it was ‘wrong’ to leave China.
But its top court puts a government expulsion plan on hold as it considers a petition by two asylum seekers.
Student activist faces charges of 'propaganda against the state' under Article 88 for his writing criticizing corruption.
'Genuine, participatory, and inclusive' national elections in 2018 are now in doubt, the parliamentarians say.
The move is the latest in a series of measures that privilege the use of Chinese in the region's schools, regardless of students' ethnicity.
Protesters cheer jailed activist Joshua Wong, whose 21st birthday coincided with the verdict.
The Rohingya were brought into Myanmar in the 1800s by colonial ruler Britain and are not an indigenous group, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing says.
Moves to dissolve the CNRP and give its legislative seats to other parties will leave many Cambodians 'without a voice,' she says.