Civil Rights and Livelihood Watch website founder Liu Feiyue is shown in an undated photo.

China Moves Ahead With Subversion Trial of Rights Website Founder Liu Feiyue

Authorities drop the more serious charge of 'leaking state secrets' but with try the activist for 'incitement to subvert state power.'

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Monasteries Across Tibet Observe Major Religious Gathering

Large crowds gather under the watch of Chinese police to commemorate the death anniversary of a major religious Buddhist teacher.

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Uyghur Woman Dies of Condition Left Untreated in Chinese Police Detention

Her husband says she was illegally arrested after applying for a passport.

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Tiananmen Mothers Attend Funeral For Elderly Father of Teen Massacre Victim

Retired university professor Wang Fandi is cremated following a funeral packed with his former students and family members of those killed or maimed in 1989.

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Social Media Blogger Detained After Complaining About Pollution

Luo Lanqing, a 'big tweeter' with a social media following of 190,000, is detained after calling out official corruption and environmental pollution.

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Overseas Cambodians Rally in Washington to Protest Hun Sen

They demand the prime minister release jailed opposition leader Kem Sokha and reinstate the Cambodia National Rescue Party

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Myanmar Seeks Agreements With Southeast Asian Countries to Send Maids Abroad

The move follows the signing of an agreement with ASEAN members in November that protects the rights of migrant workers.

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Chinese Artist 'On The Run' From Police After Reporting on Beijing Evictions

Hua Yong had spent several weeks documenting the city-wide mass eviction of out-of-town migrants from Beijing.

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Vietnamese Bloggers, Activists Honored on International Human Rights Day

A California-based exile group calls Mother Mushroom, the Brotherhood for Democracy, and others 'among the bravest of our people.'

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Mass Forced Evictions of Migrants Spark Rare Street Protest in Beijing

The Human Rights Day protest comes after thousands of migrant laborers and small traders are forced from their homes in the capital in the name of fire safety.

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Abu Sayyaf Executes Vietnamese Boat Captain: Philippine Military

Pham Minh Tuan was kept captive in southern Philippines jungles for more than a year.

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Mines Blow up Myanmar Army Convoy in Rakhine State, Injuring Four Soldiers

The explosions are the latest attacks by unknown persons in the violence-ridden region.

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