Hong Kong police detain a man during protests in the Tseung Kwan O area of Kowloon in Hong Kong, Oct. 13, 2019.

Protests, Clashes Continue In Hong Kong After Mass Masked Protest March

The city's Mass Transit Railway (MTR) announces further station closures 'because of of the escalation of the situation' in several neighborhoods.

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Cambodian Authorities Release Opposition Activist on Bail Following Aired ‘Confession’

But a party official says the confession was forced and draws comparisons to tactics of the Khmer Rouge.

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Myanmar Merchants and Farmers Suffer as China Cracks Down on Illegal Cross-Border Trade

Once bustling wholesale center now empty, as Chinese restrictions have killed demand for agricultural products.

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Tiananmen Liquor Seller, Family Forced Out of Home in China's Sichuan

Fu Hailu had hoped to start again following his release, but police have pressured his landlord to terminate the family's lease.

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Hong Kong Office Workers March Over Allegations of Police Abuses in Detention

Journalists have also hit out at police over their targeting of members of the press with rubber bullets, tear gas and pepper spray after a reporter lost vision in one eye.

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New Philippine Military Chief Expects No ‘Shooting War’ Over South China Sea

Bilateral disputes over maritime region can be settled through diplomacy, says Lt. Gen. Noel Clement.

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Philippines: 542 Foreigners, Mostly Chinese, Arrested as Suspects in Investment Scam

Nationals from Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam were among those arrested.

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Arrests in India, Restrictions in Nepal in Run Up to China’s Xi Jinping Visit

Nepal restricts Tibetan delegates from returning from India after key exile meeting in Dharamsala.

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Chinese Elephant Plan in Lao Capital Angers Wildlife Advocates

Animal rights NGOs say transporting the elephants to perform for tourists is abuse.

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