Protesters react to tear gas canister during clashes with police at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in Hong Kong, Nov. 12, 2019.

Hong Kong Police Tear Gas University Chief in Campus Siege

Clashes break out after riot police turned up at several university campuses, amid fears that police may be seeking to seize control of physical internet infrastructure.

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U.K. Parliament Highlights Growing Concerns Over Beijing's Influence on Overseas Campuses

Academic funding agreements, Confucius Institutes and Chinese students overseas are all used by China to monitor and suppress ideas it doesn't approve of.

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Stakeholders Question Farness of MRC’s Impact Assessment for Laos’ Luangprabang Dam

China to release water from Jinghong dam so Chinese boats can sail Mekong after drought.

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US Ambassador Wants Cambodian Opposition Leader Kem Sokha Freed, Despite Easing of Restrictions

Ambassador Patrick Murphy calls for an end to the charges against him and reconciliation in Cambodia.

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Hong Kong Police Shoot, Critically Injure Protester, Sparking Outrage

Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam rules out meeting the demands of the protest movement and denies the police force is out of control.

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Cambodia Eases Kem Sokha House Arrest Restrictions

Critics say the measure is a ploy to evade international condemnation and trade pressure.

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Exiled Cambodian Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy Reaches Malaysia

Rainsy urges followers to "keep up the hope" for his campaign to return to Cambodia.

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North Korean Military Prepares for Winter Drills, People Forced to ‘Donate’ Supplies

Government inspectors and military officials alike gripe about supply and personnel shortages as they try to whip the military into shape.

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Trial Date Set in Vietnam for Lawyer Who Offered to Defend RFA Blogger

Tran Vu Hai's office was raided, with his case files seized, and he will now stand trial on tax evasion charges on Nov. 13.

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