Controversial clandestine unit sows fear as Beijing's anti-corruption sweep rolls up dissidents outside the nation's borders
The foreign affairs ministry says it’s working on granting full rights and protections to those who come back.
They are taken away by police with no word given on their present whereabouts or charges made against them.
Activists are placed under surveillance, while a former top official is told to get ready to be taken out of town for an involuntary vacation.
Political prisoners and citizens of low social standing are sent to work in the mines under harsh conditions, report says.
An article saying she is more 'extreme' and 'emotional' because of her unmarried status is hurriedly deleted after a public outcry.
The effort to get King Norodom Sihamoni to release the rights workers and an election official nabbed in the government's case against the opposition party leader runs into turbulence.
The Burma Socialist Programme Party confiscated nearly 4,000 acres of land in Tant-Se township more than 35 years ago to use for a farm project.
Rescuers have not resumed efforts to find survivors because they fear heavy rain will trigger the collapse of other slag heaps.