The annual event reflects growing identification with traditional Tibetan identity, sources say.
The Bank says it was correct to inform the public of PS Agriculture’s legal status.
The area to which they were moved five years ago is uninhabitable, protesters say.
Fearing new clashes, more than 700 residents from seven villages leave their homes and head to the town of Theinni.
Parents are up in arms, saying the government is in breach of its own laws on the compulsory education of primary school children.
All factory and firm employees must have cards by August to receive their salaries.
Hun Sen has called it a ‘wicked trick’ which implies the ruling party will lose upcoming elections.
Sixty-two defendants are convicted of charges related to people smuggling, and 40 others are acquitted-
Sam Rainsy vows to continue his political activities despite a new amendment banning the CNRP from associating with him.
They file charges against him and a Yangon police officer for violating the country’s Law Protecting the Privacy and Security of Citizens.
Many use the seashore as the focus of their commemoration, in a reference to the burial of Liu's ashes at sea last weekend.
Authorities are now selecting people only from Pyongyang who have children living in the country to reduce the number of defections.