Low-paid migrant workers from elsewhere in China leave in their thousands amid a city-wide crackdown on unlicensed accommodation.
While 19 ethnic minority Uyghurs remain on the run after the breakout, the six who were caught during the escape could now be sent back to China.
Wanna Suansan allegedly rented apartments in the Bangkok suburbs for suspected militants to construct bombs.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the US may pursue accountability through American law, including possible targeted sanctions.
Provincial task force committees estimate 4,411 families will be affected by the $6 billion mega-project.
Officials sources say he did little other than enrich himself while in office.
Lu Wei was regarded as a key architect of ever-widening internet censorship before he was accused of 'serious disciplinary violations.'
A U.S.-based group says the police are able to comb stored data on who people know, where they go, and what they buy.
Sweden ends new cooperation agreements, while the EU threatens to dump trade preferences.
Washington adds pressure a day after Pyongyang was put back on a blacklist of state terrorism sponsors.
A new report by Amnesty International finds that discriminatory laws and the Muslim minority’s lack of legal rights underpin the government’s actions.
Dhaka’s foreign ministry contradicts statements from its Beijing counterpart.