Nang Lang Kham (L), executive director of KBZ Group of Companies and director of KBZ Bank, gives Myanmar State Counselor and de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi (R) a certificate pledging funds to rebuilding Rakhine state at an event in Naypyidaw, Oct. 20, 2017.

Myanmar Executives Pledge Millions to Rebuild Tattered Rakhine State

Aung San Suu Kyi asks the businessmen to donate funds to a new government committee dedicated to developing the impoverished state.

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Malaysia, North Korea to Play Football Matches at Neutral Venue: AFC

Pyongyang portion of Asian Cup qualifier was postponed repeatedly after Kim Jong Nam’s assassination in Malaysia.

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Cambodia Sets First Kem Sokha 'Treason' Case Hearing For Oct. 31

Senate rubber stamps amendments that would disolve the main opposition party and give its seats in parliament to ruling party-controlled groups.

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Report Details Destruction at Sichuan’s Larung Gar Buddhist Academy

Chinese authorities have destroyed more than 4,700 homes and forced about 4,800 residents to leave the complex.

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Hong Kong Soccer Fans's Booing of China's National Anthem Soon to be Illegal

Comments from the city's chief executive spark concerns that a retroactive law may be enacted regarding "insults" to the March of the Volunteers.

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Chinese Police Detain, 'Disappear' Dozens of Rights Activists, Petitioners

Many critics of the government are being held on public order charges, while others remain under close surveillance in their own homes.

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Interview: ‘There Will be Consequences’ For Cambodia And The Ruling Party

Human Rights Watch’s Brad Adams says the international community will shun Cambodia if Hun Sen dissolves the opposition ahead of 2018 elections.

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Cambodia’s Hun Sen Defends Arrest of Opposition Chief, Slams US-backed ‘Revolt’

He says, without providing evidence, that the CNRP engineered a deadly strike by garment workers with Washington’s help.

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Xi Says China Will Maintain 'Firm Grasp' on Hong Kong, Warns Against Separatism

Xi's words spark fears that Beijing intends to keep up political pressure and curbs on the freedom of expression in the former British colony.

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Myanmar Authorities Begin Probe of Illegal Weapons, Drugs Case

Police have arrested the chairman of a Myanmar conglomerate for possession of guns and methamphetamines.

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Chinese Police Make Show of Force in Tibetan Areas as Party Congress Opens

Local residents are also warned not to discuss politics or share news or photos with outside contacts.

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Children of Detained Uyghurs Face ‘Terrible’ Conditions in Overcrowded Xinjiang Orphanages

Authorities alleviate cramped quarters by sending kids to facilities in other parts of China, sources say.

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CH. 2: VIETNAMESE | BURMESE | KOREAN

CH. 3: KHMER | LAO | UYGHUR

CH. 4: TIBETAN

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