An ethnic minority Muslim man sells copies of the Quran outside of Id kah Mosque in the XUAR's Kashgar city, in a file photo.

Two Uyghur Cadres Jailed Over Failure to Confiscate ‘Illegal Religious Text’

The pair were convicted after a book they permitted was deemed ‘extremist’ three years later.

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Mainland Chinese Beat Travel Ban to Fly to Tibet

Many came from Wuhan, leaving just ahead of a Jan. 22 ban on travel from the area where the coronavirus began to spread.

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Myanmar’s Ruling Party Says No Special Measures Required After ICJ Ruling

Activists say Myanmar needs to take action if it wants to preserve its international reputation.

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As North Korean Citizens Fear Spread of Coronavirus, Trade with China Continues

Traders spread rumors about the ‘new deadly Wuhan pneumonia,’ scaring many residents.

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Wife of Detained Chinese Rights Lawyer: 'I Can Afford to Spend All my Spare Time Telling The World About This'

Luo Shengchun, the U.S.-based wife of rights attorney Ding Jiaxi, is once more pressing her husband's case in Washington after he was redetained.

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Jailed Vietnamese Blogger Transferred to New Prison With No Word to His Family

Nguyen Ngoc Anh has been subject to frequent beatings and other physical abuse by prison guards, his wife and rights groups say.

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Uyghur Escape in Thailand Draws International Focus on Minority Muslim Group

Thailand's Bangkok Post urges the release of the group, who have been held in an immigration cell for almost six years.

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China Jails Student For Tweets Sent in US Showing President as Winnie The Pooh

Liu Daiqing was recently released from a six-month prison term for 'picking quarrels and stirring up trouble.'

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Conditions Put Xinjiang Internment Camps at Risk as Region Confirms First Coronavirus Cases

Experts warn that the camps are ripe for an epidemic due to overcrowded facilities and poor sanitation.

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CH. 2: VIETNAMESE | BURMESE | KOREAN

CH. 3: KHMER | LAO | UYGHUR

CH. 4: TIBETAN

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