Vague land policies and weak implementation of the law are fueling conflict, a rights group says.
She calls on the international community to push for an urgent investigation of his disappearance.
He is accused of attempting to overthrow the government of his young nephew.
They disband their protest camp after lawmakers pledge to investigate their dispute.
The lawyers had called on authorities to allow them to meet with a detained Protestant pastor and members of his congregation.
They call for an intervention with Chinese investors.
Residents say they weren't informed of the plans for the plant, which they fear will pollute the environment.
The government is preparing to send the relevant documents to parliament.
The amnesty comes as it hosts neighboring countries for a regional tournament.
Sam Rainsy calls for greater protection of the Prey Lang Forest.
Members of the group say they were targeted for promoting human rights.
The call comes ahead of the one-year anniversary of Sombath Somphone's disappearance.
The daughter of a detained dissident calls on world leaders to pressure China for his freedom.
The petitioners from the central city of Wuhan say they have lost everything and have nothing left to live for.
Pollution and corruption go together like fish and water, a former aide to late disgraced premier Zhao Ziyang says.
Experts believe China is moving in the direction after establishing a similar zone in the East China Sea.
Thousands call for an improved rights record and an election review.
Spoken promises to resolve their decades-old land dispute are not enough, they say.
His eldest daughter is suffering from severe depression in her father's absence, his wife says.
But Tibetans want genuine autonomy to preserve 'unique Tibetan identity,' Lobsang Sangay says.
Thousands of ordinary Chinese who try to speak out about rights abuses are detained in the capital.
Pyongyang must be more diplomatic if it wants investment from China, a North Korea expert argues.
Human Rights Watch alleges grave abuses and says the centers should be closed.
The 17 petitioners are a rare example of herders who live far apart uniting, a rights group says.
The private sector lending arm of the World Bank teams up with business groups to promote 'high-standard' projects.
Xu Zhiyong has spearheaded calls for China's leaders to reveal their assets.
Analysts say Jang Song Thaek was seen as a threat to Kim’s power.
Authorities are furious with Bloomberg and The New York Times for reporting on high-ranking officials' wealth.
Industry expects greater coal use despite government curbs.
U.S. asks Pyongyang to release another American citizen in North Korean custody.