Chinese travel agencies say they have been quietly ordered not to take tour groups to the Holy See, 'because that state doesn't legally recognize us.'
Prime Minister Hun Sen remains defiant in the face of global criticism.
Members of the Arakan National Party tell Scot Marciel that using the term ‘Rohingya’ could exacerbate ethnic tension in volatile Rakhine state.
Birth control is restricted in order to produce more 'socialist workers' in the politically isolated country.
Officials recapture five, but report others could have crossed into Malaysia.
The U.S., meanwhile, designates North Korea as state-sponsor of terrorism.
She had labored for hours in agony, and died on her way to the operating room when doctors finally relented.
The search for 'disappeared' rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng still yields no clear answers, 100 days after he goes missing.
Liu Xia recently underwent surgery, and is suffering from 'very severe' depression, her friends and supporters say.
An exiled deputy president says the party has no faith in Cambodia’s ‘damaged’ judiciary.
The government only releases details of the outbreak after it occurs, prompting criticisms over its lack of transparency.
The Nobel laureate has no power over Myanmar's military and must work carefully behind the scenes, Cardinal Charles Bo says.