Khin Maung Zaw, lawyer for jailed Reuters journalists Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone, talks to the media after attending an appeals hearing for them at Myanmar’s Supreme Court in Naypyidaw, April 23, 2019.

Jailed Reuters Journalists Lose Final Appeal in Widely Condemned Myanmar Supreme Court Ruling

Critics see a dark day for Myanmar journalism and a blow to the credibility of the civilian government.

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Detained RFA Blogger Not Allowed to Receive Supplies in Prison From Wife

Hanoi prison officer says authorities are under official order to deny Truong Duy Nhat access to supplies, but decline to show paperwork.

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Myanmar’s Military Reports ARSA Attack on Police Vehicle in Rakhine State

Arakan Army denies military claim it is working with ARSA, a Muslim Rohingya militant group.

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Overseas Tech Workers Warn of 'Race to Bottom' in China Overtime Row

Workers at Microsoft and other U.S.-based tech giants come out in support of Chinese colleagues complaining about unpaid and compulsory overtime.

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Top US Cancer Center Moves to Terminate Staff Amid Spying Concerns

The move comes after the National Institutes of Health warned of unreported foreign income and conflicts of interest among its staff.

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Opposition ‘Congress’ Wraps up With Call For Inclusive Restoration of Democracy in Cambodia

Delegates to the gathering in South Korea also called for support from Paris Accord signatories.

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Philippines: Duterte Might Discuss South China Sea during China Visit

The president will be in Beijing for a forum on Beijing’s One Belt, One Road initiative.

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Thousands in Myanmar Protest to Demand Myitsone Dam Project be Scrapped

Residents of Kachin state's Waingmaw township turn out to urge Myanmar's government to stop the project for good

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Myanmar Satire Troupe Denied Bail, Remanded to Insein Prison For Lampooning Military

The case underscores the problem of continued military dominance of politics despite civilian rule, critics say.

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