Rescue workers carry the body of a victim they dug out from debris a day after an under-construction building collapsed in the Cambodian coastal town of Sihanoukville, June 23, 2019.

Death Toll Reaches 21 in Cambodia Building Collapse

Minister vows to investigate cause of disaster and punish any wrongdoing.

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15 Dead in Collapse of 'Illegal' Chinese-owned Building in Cambodia’s Sihanoukville

Police said they have arrested four Chinese and Cambodians who were in charge of the construction and were holding them pending investigation.

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US Experts See Limited Denuclearization Progress From China-North Korea Summit

Xi and Kim likely discussed the nuclear issue in depth before Xi’s meeting with Trump scheduled for next week.

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Former RFA Reporters in Cambodian Lose Appeal as Lawyer Asks For Prompt Trial

Rights groups say the case against Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin should be dropped immediately.

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Advocacy Group Pushes For Stronger US Engagement on Tibet

A Washington-based rights group urges President Trump and his secretary of state to push China for talks with the Dalai Lama on the status of Tibet.

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Lao-Polish Political Prisoner Released From Jail After Serving Four-Year Term

Bounthanh Thammavong, 55, was jailed for Facebook comments critical of the country’s one-party regime.

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Thousands Surround Police Headquarters in Downtown Hong Kong in Renditions Protest

Protesters are calling for the release of those arrested and for total withdrawal of a bill that would allow the rendition of alleged criminal suspects to mainland China.

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Indonesia Inaction on Uyghurs Reflects Non-Interference Stance, China Cultivation of Islamic Groups-Report

One Indonesian Muslim leader praised the internment camps as “great” for teaching Uyghurs life skills.

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Hong Kong Police Face Mounting Criticism Over Use of Force on Protesters

Rights activists and lawyers hit out at chief executive Carrie Lam's defense of the use of tear gas, pepper spray and rubber bullets.

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