Hong Kong Civic Party members encourage citizens to attend a June 9 rally to oppose amendments city's Fugitive Offenders Ordinance, May 23, 2019.

Chinese Officials Tell Foreign Journalists in Hong Kong How to Cover Renditions Plan

Lawyers, journalists, business groups and U.S. officials have warned that the changes will undermine Hong Kong's status as an international city and its traditional freedoms.

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Shelling of Mixed Ethnic Village in Myanmar’s Rakhine State Kills Rohingya Father And Son

Latest deaths occur as UN officials survey humanitarian needs in troubled western state.

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Chinese Casino in Cambodia Ignores Shutdown Orders from Local Government

Authorities fail to close the Jin Ding casino in Sihanoukville for operating with no business license.

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Vietnamese Authorities Sentence 17 For Involvement in 2018 Protests

While rallying against polluting companies and SEZ plans, protesters nabbed on charges of disrupting public order and destruction of state property.

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Anti-Gang Campaign in Qinghai’s Golog Causes Hardship For Tibetans

The drive against “black and evil forces” brings surveillance and censorship to all six counties of the Golog TAR.

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Experts Warn of ‘Debt-Trap’ For Vietnam in Belt and Road Initiative as China Bids For Projects

The public is wary that Hanoi will bend to Beijing’s influence if it accepts too many loans.

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Thai Police Detain Two Chinese Refugees Amid Repatriation Fears

Dissidents Jia Huajiang and Liu Xuehong are being held in immigration detention, and fear repatriation to China.

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Germany Grants Political Asylum to Two Hong Kong Independence Activists

The move shows that international governments are losing faith in the city's human rights protections, politicians say.

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North Korean Women “Uniquely Vulnerable” to Sex Trafficking in China: Report

North Korean regime cracks down on women learning Chinese, accusing them of preparing to defect.

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