Le Dinh Luong is accused of membership in the banned U.S.-based opposition party Viet Tan and other anti-state activities.
Dolkun Isa was stopped at the Italian Senate, where he was to speak on Uyghur issues.
Almost 18,000 foreigners were screened for immigration papers since July 1, Malaysian authorities say.
The 22-day festival of rituals and dances draws participants from across all regions of Tibet.
The latest outbreak of the H5N1 virus comes as seasonal ‘swine flu’ kills three people in other parts of the country.
After the court denies his request, Kim Sok refuses to answer the judge’s questions.
Sittwe district police are still questioning others in the assault that left one Muslim dead and six others injured.
Writer Yu Jie says the ruling Chinese Communist Party's influence on speech far beyond its borders is growing all the time through various formal and informal channels.
Retired soldiers are among the members of 55 families displaced from land claimed by a local businessman.
Meanwhile, nearly 100 Uyghurs are being held by Egypt’s national intelligence service.
The members of parliament say a report by Yanghee Lee following her recent visit to Myanmar includes erroneous information and unfounded accusations.
Residents say they disagree with the ruling and call for dialogue.