Chinese human rights attorney Wang Quanzhang, with his son after his release from a four-and-a-half year jail term for "subversion" in an undated photo shared on social media by his wife, Li Wenzu. Wang's son's face is blurred to protect his privacy.

Rights Lawyer Sues Over Torture, Humiliation in China's Tianjin

Wang Quanzhang files a legal complaint over his treatment at the hands of the authorities following his 'disappearance' in 2015.

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Rohingya-based Party Urges Myanmar to Allow The Muslim Minority to Vote And Run For Office

Rohingya were allowed to vote and contest in 2010 elections, but the right was taken from them several years later.

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‘It’s Been Years, But There’s Been No News’: Uyghur Missing 35 Family Members in Xinjiang

Memetrusul Hesen describes years of seeking information about his family from exile in Kyrgyzstan.

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New to Myanmar’s Rakhine Conflict, Landmines Claim Rising Toll

Myanmar’s newest war zone joins many parts of a country riddled with mines from decades of war.

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‘Virus Free’ North Korea Fires Health Officials for Quarantine Failures

Residents say making scapegoats out of senior officials will not solve any problems with the country’s overwhelmed medical system.

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Another Indonesian Sailor Dies Aboard a Chinese Fishing Boat

Police in the Riau Islands remove corpse of a sailor kept in cold storage for days.

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New Homes Built For Lao Flood Survivors Two Years After Dam Collapse

Many worry that their homes will be unstable and will lack adequate water and electricity, though.

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Australia Offers Safe Haven to Hongkongers in Wake of Draconian Security Law

Thousands of people get a pathway to permanent residency as the city faces growing numbers of political prosecutions and a loss of judicial independence.

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Chinese Lawyers Mark 5th Anniversary of July 9 Crackdown

A campaign group describes Chinese lawyers as 'dancers on the edge of a precipice.'

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Myanmar Leader Triggers Debate With ‘Illegal’ Reference to Dead Jade Scavengers

Advocates for desperate miners say only systemic reform will stop tragic deaths.

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