Controversial clandestine unit sows fear as Beijing's anti-corruption sweep rolls up dissidents outside the nation's borders
Jiang Yefei and Dong Guangping were spirited back to China just days ahead of their planned relocation to Canada.
Authorities announce the detention of the three following their forced disappearances earlier this year.
The move comes in the aftermath of another deadly collapse of a jade-mining slag heap earlier this week.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party calls for protests and a labor union threatens a strike of Kem Sokha is detained.
They are told not to block construction of a road planned to support mining operations in the area.
The 'dishonorable discharge' means expulsion from the Workers Party, but at least worn out soldiers get to go home.
The State Counselor is excluding political parties without parliamentary representatives from the key peace negotiation body.
The incident is the latest in a string of environmental health problems linked to chemically treated rubber tracks.