Exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy says pressure from other countries is required to revive Cambodia's 'dying democracy.'
One commentator loses his job, while another is forced to relocate back to his hometown, away from his life in another city.
Kim's grandmother Kim Jong Sook is being celebrated this week for her 'achievements' at the country's founding.
Officials say legal action must be taken against the project developer Bothong Inter Group.
They shot the trio in May after taking them into custody while they were returning to their camp after collecting firewood.
The wholesale market is the latest to be closed in a bid to curb the migrant population and 'low-end' businesses.
President Xi Jinping's bid to eradicate critical voices and use corruption probes as a political weapon comes ahead of an expected reshuffle at the 19th Party Congress.
But the U.N. and rights groups blame the army for abuses and ethnic cleansing in Rakhine.
The story was told by a 'terrified' friend under questioning by police, the woman's brother says.
The move restricts travel by the Tibetan minority group despite official guarantees against discrimination.
The state counselor doesn’t acknowledge the violence that Rohingya Muslims have endured at the hands of the Myanmar military.
The trial comes against a backdrop of growing security measures targeting the region's mostly Muslim ethnic minority groups.