A Uyghur delegate leaves the room at the end of the Xinjiang delegation meeting at the National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 12, 2019.

Official Chinese White Paper Claims Uyghurs, Xinjiang Have Long Been ‘Inseparable Part of China’

But critics say the report is part of a bid to undermine Uyghur culture and identity.

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New Report Pleads for Accountablility on First Anniversary of Laos Dam Collapse

International Rivers and Inclusive Development International describe survivors’ hopeless situation while calling on governments, corporations, and banks to act responsibly.

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Arakan Army Voices Support For Big Chinese Projects in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

The support contrasts with popular opposition to dams and plantations in other parts of Myanmar.

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Huawei’s North Korea 3G Collaboration Likely Violated Sanctions, Export Laws, Experts Say

U.S. State Department says report shows Huawei’s links to “malign foreign actors.”

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Hong Kong Reels After Attacks on Commuters, Shoppers by 'White-Shirts'

No suspect arrested by police has yet been charged with a violent crime, amid growing calls for a full inquiry.

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North Koreans in Vladivostok Head for the Suburbs to Avoid Russian Police Crackdowns

Russian employers exploit workers’ visa status, holding pay in case they don’t return from visa runs.

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Former Chinese Premier Li Peng, the 'Butcher of Beijing,' Dies

A former top Communist Party official and a former leader of the 1989 student protests say it is unclear why the Chinese leadership apparently changed its mind to take a harder line.

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ICC Delegation Head Wraps up Visit to Bangladesh, Rohingya Camps

Prosecutors did not hold formal talks with refugees, camp leaders said.

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Survivors of Dam Collapse in Laos to Receive Half Compensation on Anniversary of Disaster

One year on, many struggle with bad living conditions, food scarcity and undervaluation of damages.

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CH. 2: VIETNAMESE | BURMESE | KOREAN

CH. 3: KHMER | LAO | UYGHUR

CH. 4: TIBETAN

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