Cambodia Opposition Deputy Leader Vows Party ‘Won’t Betray the People’
Kem Sokha says the CNRP will stand firm in negotiations with the ruling party.
Monks Among Five Held in Tibet on Suspicion of Challenging Chinese Rule
One monk is linked to Tibet independence related writings on an iron bridge in a restive county.
At Least 108 Children Dead in Measles Flare-Up in Vietnam
The figure is more than four times higher than previously reported, local reports say.
Suu Kyi Questions Myanmar Government’s Commitment to Democracy
She hits out at its lack of support for charter reform.
Xinhua Journalist Renews Allegations Against China Resources Chief
Song Lin has vowed to pursue the individuals and organizations responsible through the courts.
Thousands Protest For Better Benefits at Top Chinese Shoe Factory
The factory numbers Nike and Adidas among its clients, but its workers say they are owed payments.
North Korea Opens More Secondary Schools for Gifted Students
But the schools are no longer a guaranteed route to elite universities, sources say.
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