An exiled deputy president says the party has no faith in Cambodia’s ‘damaged’ judiciary.
'To Follow You is to Follow the Sun' is launched to great fanfare in Beijing as state media publishes a lengthy article praising China's now-supreme leader.
Officials comments come as a U.S. congressional body raises serious concerns over the rule of law in the city.
Exiled Cambodia opposition leader Sam Rainsy describes the increasingly dictatorial Hun Sen as "not a strongman" but a "weak and desperate man."
Observers say the decision signals the end of a fragile democracy in the Southeast Asian nation.
Officials are ordering Muslims in Xinjiang to hand in any religious items, as well as clothing and other goods from neighboring Kazakhstan.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing says ethnic Rakhine people must agree to the repatriation of Muslims or political instability could ensue.
Tobacco products, some produced in joint ventures with Chinese firms, are smuggled and sold across Asia, sources say.
Human rights lawyer Li Yuhan's arrest on public order charges is likely a case of political retaliation by officials she has accused of wrongdoing.
Troops are told to crack down on any protests against a decision to dissolve the CNRP.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says ‘serious allegations of abuses in Rakhine state demand a credible and impartial investigation.’
Lobsang Jinpa had been charged with writing the lyrics to a song honoring a former Tibetan religious leader.