Kuala Lumpur will host a meeting of foreign ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on Thursday.
Zhao Ziyang was a reform-minded liberal who fell from grace during the 1989 democracy movement on Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
Work will resume in the spring, though, with the pace of destruction more 'aggressive,' a local source says.
Wang Ling and her son Miao Juyou arrive in Bangkok to apply for resettlement after two fellow petitioners die in Henan.
State news agency suggests total control of domain names may be on the cards in new draft regulations.
The move appears aimed at discouraging use of the tools as weapons in terrorist attacks in the volatile region.
A demand for ransom leads to a sting, arrests and a rescue.
Dang Xuan Dieu was released from prison, as authorities stopped Pham Thanh Nghien at the border with Cambodia.
The judge granted Din Puthy bail, but he faces travel restrictions over the incident.