Taiwanese soldiers take part in a military drill simulating a Chinese attack at the Ching Chuan Kang Air Base in central Taiwan's Taichung, June 7, 2018.

Taiwan Holds Live-Fire Military Drills as 80 Percent Reject Chinese Rule

A Pentagon report says China's People's Liberation Army is rapidly developing 'a robust, lethal force' that will allow Beijing to 'impose its will' in the region.

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Interview: 'I Recognized Her Straight Away'

A Uyghur mother in exile discovers the daughter she was forced to leave behind in a video about Uyghur children in Xinjiang.

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Philippines Turns Over to Beijing Ex-Chinese Govt Official Wanted for Graft

Xie Haojie is wanted for economic crimes involving $210 M

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North Koreans Struggle to Fulfill Daily Human Manure Quotas

No relief for citizens who must either find 100 kg of feces a day or pay a fine.

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Police Raid Legal Consultancy 'Club' Founded by Disbarred Chinese Lawyers

The club has been designated an 'illegal organization,' amid fears that arrests could follow.

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Xinjiang Authorities Detain Uyghur Aspiring Professional Footballer in ‘Political Re-education Camp’

His cousin says he was arrested for maintaining contact with family members who fled the region.

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Myanmar Military Frees 13 Villagers Caught in Rakhine Conflict

Two others have been charged under the Unlawful Associations Act for alleged contact with Arakan Army forces.

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Rights Groups Demand Release of Uyghur Professor Ilham Tohti on Fifth Anniversary of Arrest

Observers say Beijing’s rejection of his advice about policies in Xinjiang has furthered instability there.

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China's Death Sentence For Canadian Prompts Protest, Warnings

Robert Schellenberg has said he will appeal the sentence, which was handed down following a retrial ordered in the wake of Meng Wanzhou's arrest.

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France, Germany Give Rights Prize to Detained Chinese Lawyer

The wife of Yu Wensheng, who has been held incommunicado for a year on suspicion of 'subversion,' receives the prize in his absence.

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