Seven men have been held for 20 months in connection with the murder of a Han Chinese prostitute.
Rebel leaders warn the clashes signal a ‘loss of trust’ in peace talks with the government.
Shocking photos of the latest Tibetan self-immolation had been circulated extensively.
Workers say the state-run union does little to protect their rights and interests.
The new head of the activist group Tiananmen Mothers discusses the role of the younger generation.
Two of the activists look set to appeal their 'unjust' jail terms.
He calls for increased vigilance as the toll rises to 112.
The government should incorporate feedback from stakeholders, it says.
Environmentalists warn the true levels of pollution may be much higher, however.
Herders say their livestock have been killed by river pollution from a mining company.
Kem Sokha says the CNRP will stand firm in negotiations with the ruling party.
One monk is linked to Tibet independence related writings on an iron bridge in a restive county.
The figure is more than four times higher than previously reported, local reports say.
She hits out at its lack of support for charter reform.
Song Lin has vowed to pursue the individuals and organizations responsible through the courts.
The factory numbers Nike and Adidas among its clients, but its workers say they are owed payments.
But the schools are no longer a guaranteed route to elite universities, sources say.
The closing is one of several restrictive policies in the area, sources say.
Amnesty International says Hanoi should free scores still jailed.
Two more Zhou allies are investigated, while a former president turns out in public to show support.
Tan Zuoren says he will focus on allegations of shoddy school construction linked to graft.
Chinese authorities tighten security measures and sever communication links.
A new study examines the nuclear-armed nation's illicit activities that earn valuable hard currency.
The KIA's General Gun Maw meets with officials in Washington.
Sam Rainsy expresses hope that an agreement will end the political stalemate.
Southern Maoming city sees a second bout of violent clashes this month.
Laos undertakes construction of a controversial 260-megawatt dam on the Mekong River, pledging transparency and benefits to the local population. In March, our reporters went to check on the site. Photo: RFA Khmer Service
Doubts remain over environmental effects.
Part of Lanzhou's water supply is shut off as benzene levels reach 20 times national safety limits.
Two pillion riders suffer gunshot wounds in a violent police response.