Controversial clandestine unit sows fear as Beijing's anti-corruption sweep rolls up dissidents outside the nation's borders
Religious leaders urge calm in country racked by inter-faith tensions.
The Anti-Corruption Unit interrogates four Adhoc officials about their legal representation of Kem Sokha’s alleged mistress.
The state counselor says she will lead efforts to include armed ethnic groups who have not signed a nationwide cease-fire pact.
Top government officials say it is unlikely that the giant Formosa plant is cause of the environmental disaster.
Ilham Tohti is named as a finalist for the Martin Ennals Award, which honors those who defend human rights at great risk to themselves.
The human rights advocate, most famous for exposing China's Laogai prison camps, dies while on vacation.
The extra attention from police is a form of 'collective punishment,' sources in the region say.
Campaigners say Guo Feixiong needs urgent medical treatment and fear he may die in custody.