From left to right, Kem Sokha, Pol Ham, Mu Sochua, and Eng Chhay Eang at an extraordinary congress in Phnom Penh, March 2, 2017.

Thailand Denies Cambodian Opposition VP Mu Sochua Entry Citing ‘Security Concerns’

She had traveled to Bangkok to organize support for party chief Sam Rainsy’s return from exile.

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Indonesia’s Muslim Groups Not Ready to Speak Out on Uyghurs

Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah want more evidence about China’s treatment of the minority group.

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Weekend Fighting in Rakhine Results in Casualties for Both Military and Arakan Army

Military says it killed nine AA while sustaining only minor injuries, but AA says it killed 3 dozen with only two casualties.

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Group of 13 North Koreans Reach Southeast Asian Destination After Long Trek Through Four Countries

Two-month journey took them through China, Vietnam on the way to a chance for haven in South Korea.

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Police Chief Detained in Xinjiang After Expressing Concerns Over Mass Detention of Fellow Uyghurs

Himit Kari had openly criticized the policies he enforced at a friend’s gathering early this year.

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Urges Swift Repatriation of Rohingya

But conditions must be made safe for their return, and rights as citizens established, Rohingya refugees say.

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Bangladesh Official: Rohingya Families Will Move to Bhashan Char

Dhaka plans to relocate about 3,000 people from Cox’s Bazar camps early next month.

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Rights Group Urges Foreign Governments, Donors to Press Cambodia on Political Prisoners

Human Rights Watch says dozens of arrests in recent months indicate repression will continue.

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Jailed Vietnamese Activist Goes on Hunger Strike to Protest Food Prices in Prison

Nguyen Van Duc Do is serving an 11-year prison term for criticizing the government's handling of a 2016 chemical waste spill that devastated Vietnam's central coast.

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North Korea Trades Rare Earth Mine Rights to China for Investment in Solar Plants

Sources say the authorities are selling out the country’s mineral wealth for a quick fix to the country’s power shortage problems.

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