Nurmemet Tohti in an undated photo.

Prominent Uyghur Writer Dies After Being Deprived Treatment in Xinjiang Internment Camp

Reports suggest Nurmemet Tohti was only released after becoming incapacitated by diabetes and heart disease.

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Ex-Police Chief: Unsure if Mass Graves Were in Malaysian Territory

Former Inspector General Khalid Abu Bakar defends delay in probing camp that held graves of Rohingya and Bangladeshis.

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North Korean Sailors Descend Upon Vladivostok as North Korean Migrant Population Continues to Plummet

As workers who left the Russian Far East city on visa runs have not returned, residents wonder why sailors are there

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Lao National Assembly Members Call Out Pervasive Corruption

They say state officials interfere with court decisions and escape strict punishment for their own abuses of power.

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China Blocks News of Hong Kong Mass Protests, Blames Foreign Interference

Police in the northern province of Shaanxi question a man who forwarded video of Sunday's two million-strong protests against renditions to mainland China.

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Hong Kong People Demand Withdrawal of Extradition Bill in Massive Protest

Another huge protest blocks traffic in the downtown area, amid calls for the resignation of chief executive Carrie Lam.

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Hong Kong 'Suspends' Renditions Bill as Campaigners Insist on Total Withdrawal

Groups opposing plans to allow renditions to mainland China say Sunday's march will go ahead, and call for leader's resignation.

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Five Villagers Injured, 25 Detained in New Fighting in Myanmar’s Rakhine

Government forces and the Arakan Army both deny responsibility for the shooting, which sent five including a nine-year-old boy to a hospital.

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