Uyghur scholar Muhammad Salih Hajim, 82, in an undated photo.

Xinjiang Authorities Detain Almost Every Family Member of Late Uyghur Muslim Scholar

A family friend details the arrests of Sheik Muhammad Salih’s relatives in the months since his death in custody.

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Uyghur Former Xinjiang University Vice President Detained For ‘Two-Faced’ Tendencies

Azat Sultan was targeted for preaching ‘separatist ideas’ at the school, a former colleague said.

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Three Tibetan Monks Detained After Launching Solo Protests in Ngaba

The three Kirti monks, one still unidentified, staged protests on different days in Sichuan's Ngaba county.

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Myanmar Military Officer Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Monk

Thawbita is charged with violating Article 66(d) of the Telecommunications Act for online posts allegedly criticizing the country’s military chief.

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Vietnamese Citizen Handed Two-Year Prison Term For Facebook Writings

Doan Khanh Vinh Quang had critized Vietnam's ruling Communist Party and government online, authorities said.

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Interview: ‘The Situation in Our Country is Beyond Inhumane’

A Uyghur exile in Turkey details the detention of his children and other family members back home.

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China's Christians Have 'Mixed Feelings' About Vatican Agreement on Bishops

Some fear that members of the underground church will be left more vulnerable, while others are hoping for formal diplomatic ties.

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Hong Kong Bans Pro-Independence Political Party, Sparking Outcry

The Hong Kong National Party is banned under a colonial law that seeks to prevent the spread of criminal societies and the violent overthrow of the city's government.

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China's Top Uyghur Official Comes Under Probe

Nur Bekri, head of China's National Energy Administration, had served for seven years as chairman of the Xinjiang region.

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'Hard Line' President of Vietnam Dies After Illness

Tran Dai Quang, who had previously served four decades in Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security, had jailed scores of political dissidents and rights advocates.

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CH. 2: VIETNAMESE | BURMESE | KOREAN

CH. 3: KHMER | LAO | UYGHUR

CH. 4: TIBETAN

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