Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen (R), President of National Assembly Heng Samrin (C) and his wife Sao Ty (L) release doves during a ceremony marking the 68th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) in Phnom Penh, June 28, 2019.

US Lawmakers Pass Bill Targeting Officials Who Undermine Democracy in Cambodia

Government, military and security officials could face sanctions if the bill is ultimately signed into law.

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High-end Department Store in Pyongyang Underscores Wealth Inequality in North Korea

Ordinary citizens resentful that elites can spend thousands of dollars on luxury items in a single day.

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Philippines, US Affirm Defense Ties amid Challenges from China, Islamic State

A strong alliance deters aggression and promotes regional stability, senior American diplomat says.

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Malaysia Takes Back $243M from Chinese Firm over Canceled Pipelines

Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said his government is entitled to the money.

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Jailed Cambodian Activist Marks Fifth Day of Hunger Strike Protesting Conditions in Detention

Kong Raiya faces incitement charges for selling T-shirts honoring murdered political commentator Kem Ley.

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Uyghur Man Dies in Xinjiang Internment Camp After Sacking Over Muslim Prayers

Alimjan Emet was beaten to death after denying allegations he had prayed in secret.

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Arakan Army Shows Captive Civilian in Video to Contrast With Myanmar Army Practices

‘The Arakan Army has not tortured me or ordered me to perform forced labor,’ says the captive.

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Travel Restrictions Imposed on Sichuan’s Yachen Gar Buddhist Center

Travel to and from the center from which thousands have been removed is now limited to those who still live there.

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Taiwan's Opposition Party Picks Pro-China Mayor to Fight Tsai Ing-wen

Kaohsiung mayor Han Kuo-yu is widely regarded as Beijing's preferred candidate, amid warnings of growing attempts by China to undermine Taiwan's democracy.

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