China Downgraded to Lowest Human Trafficking Ranking
It joins Russia and Uzbekistan in fresh U.S. State Department trafficking blacklist
Chinese Parents Speak Out About Their Lost Daughter
They say they haven't seen Chen Jiamin since she was taken away by officials as a baby.
Cambodia, Laos Slip in Anti-Trafficking Efforts
But Myanmar and Vietnam are making progress, a U.S. report says.
Chen Guangcheng's Brother Petitions Beijing Over Probe
The family is demanding an investigation into political persecution by Shandong officials.
Suu Kyi, Ethnic Parties Discuss Constitutional Amendments
Charter change for Myanmar is a key topic at landmark talks.
Cambodian Opposition Threatens to Reject Election Results
The group says intimidation from the ruling party will invalidate the polls.
Assistance for Villagers Resettled by Xayaburi Dam to Last One Year
Some 900 residents have been moved so far to make way for the dam in northern Laos.
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