But observers say that the warning is politically motivated and lacks legal basis.
Refugees use at least one-half million kilograms of firewood daily, officials and activists say.
The groups that have signed the government’s nationwide cease-fire accord say they are scheduled to attend other meetings in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The leftist, nationalist ideology website is banned from social media platform WeChat, possibly to prevent it from undermining Beijing's stance on trade.
Officials will inspect factories upstream for evidence of pollutants cast off into village water sources.
Zhai Juhong has lost her job, her teaching license and her membership of the ruling Chinese Communist Party for violations of 'classroom discipline.'
Committee members say they saw men in plainclothes beating reporters at a rally in Yangon.
Their detention is necessary ‘for the sake of the investigation’ into their case, the court says.
Huang Meijuan, an outspoken supporter of China's prisoners of conscience, has been held under criminal detention since late April, and her children taken to a "rescue center."
Sources say he was arrested in February after returning from a concert in Shanghai.
Rage Comic runs afoul of a new law banning 'insults and dishonor' to revolutionary heroes and martyrs.
The new system is being trialed as a way of 'improving learning effectiveness,' but rights groups say it is just more surveillance.