People watch a screen showing a file image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Apologizes For Shooting Death of South Korean Official at Sea

Analysts see a strategic move behind the rare gesture from Pyongyang amid chilly North-South ties.

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Bangladesh: Entire Cox's Bazar Police Force Transferred After Ex-Army Major's Killing

The move follows the shooting death of a retired army officer and more than a hundred alleged extrajudicial killings of Rohingya refugees.

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Fish Populations Plummet Amid Demand For Swim Bladders For TCM

Black market smugglers and traders control an underground trade in parts of the totoaba fish from Mexico.

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Hong Kong Police Ban March in Support of 12 Activists Held by China

Police cite the threat of coronavirus and risk of vandalism as proposed march route would have passed close to their headquarters.

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Vietnamese Political Prisoners Stage Hunger Strike

Activists are thought to be protesting prison conditions and human rights violations.

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Study Finds 380 Camps in Xinjiang's Still Expanding Internment Program

ASPI report, drawing on new satellite data, puts the lie to Beijing's recent claims that the "re-education centers" are winding down.

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Uyghurs Under 65 Now Banned From Daily Prayers Required by Their Faith

The move further tightens already harsh restrictions on Islamic practice in the Xinjiang region.

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Rakhine Civilians Tell of Beatings During Overnight Detention by Myanmar Army

Many villagers fled as soon as government troops entered the villages in fear of beatings during questioning about the Arakan Army.

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Myanmar’s Rakhine Conflict Creates Food Shortages in Next-Door Chin State

Roadblocks by warring armies and COVID-19 lockdowns limit Paletwa villagers’ access to food.

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Tibetan Farmers, Herders Given Military-style ‘Vocational Training,’ Sent to Jobs Far From Home

Participation is said to be voluntary, but 'clear signs of coercion' are present, a new report says.

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