The victim’s friends and relatives say they were shortchanged on compensation claims.
Devotees gather in 'unprecedented' numbers, sources say.
Competition will be fierce for household registrations in the largest cities.
The latest scandal comes after revelations that staff at a reputable meat supplier to fast food outlets tampered with sell-by dates.
Shortcomings in the work of the ministers are cited for the changes.
The Australian Embassy in Hanoi had invited both government and civil society representatives to the conference.
Jume Tahir, who is also vice-president of the China Islamic Association, was stabbed to death outside the ancient mosque.
The indictment comes amid unending violence in China's restive western Xinjiang region.
An open letter says 50 years of one-party rule have failed to form a strong nation.
Officials say they were targeted after he led a raid on a mosque prayer session.
Tokyo is the main target of Beijing's 'psychological warfare' amid widespread nationalistic support.
Husband and wife were subjected to forced sterilization and fines, and spent years evading detention.
At least two sources say the death toll may have exceeded 50 but the information cannot be officially verified.
But the Lower House speaker warns the system could factionalize ethnic groups.
Participants defy authorities by showing image of exiled spiritual leader.
Residents of Weizhou island say the government also obstructed their attempts to help themselves.
The former security chief is suspected of 'serious breaches' of discipline, the ruling Chinese Communist Party says.
A State Department report hits out at religious controls in China.
They agree to nominate Pung Chhiv Kek as a 'tie-breaking' election body member.
Pilot program will track logs, lay framework for more transparent documentation.
She also warns of recent reversals to press freedoms and other political reforms.
Media commentators say surveillance of journalists and hacker attacks on news sites are now 'commonplace.'
An ex-senior Chinese Communist Party official analyzes Beijing's influence on the island's elections.
Conflict between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan raises pipeline risk.
Questions abound over a political agreement reached between Prime Minister Hun Sen and opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
The move paves the way for CNRP to enter parliament for the first time since elections a year ago.
The Uyghurs are ordered imprisoned between six months and seven years after a hushed-up trial.
UN Special Rapporteur Heiner Bielefeldt is in Vietnam to assess the religious rights situation.
MSF is invited back to the region after being expelled in February.
The fight against corruption is the hottest topic of the day.