Taiwan criticizes vague charges and lack of evidence amid concerns after a string of forced confessions and torture of recent high-profile detainees in China.
The two men were sentenced in December for planning to overthrow the government.
The four were held for three hours and released after agreeing to delete video content on their phones.
Protesters say new housing provided as part of a relocation package agreed upon after their evictions is cracking and falling apart.
A directive suggests authorities are trying to undermine Uyghur observance of the Muslim holy month.
Warning that his party will 'burn down homes' if it loses appears to go against election law, but NEC says can only act if parties file complaint.
The seven militias first meet with the government’s Peace Commission in a closed-door session on the sidelines of the 21st Century Panglong Conference.
A family of tailors in Yangon is accused of enslaving, stabbing, and burning teenage girls who worked for them.
All versions of the Islamic holy book published prior to 2012 are seized.