Miradil Hesen displays a Mandarin Chinese list of names of family members who have been targeted by authorities in Xinjiang in a video shot in selfie-mode, in China's Jiangsu province and posted to YouTube on Sept. 3, 2020.

Some 20,000 Former Camp Detainees Working at Xinjiang Factory Tied to Forced Labor

The Aksu Huafu Textile Factory was named in video reports issued by a now-detained Uyghur.

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Flow of North Korean Refugees Into South Korea Decreases Amid COVID-19 Controls

Experts say border closures in China brought on by coronavirus caused the dramatic decline.

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Source: Malaysia Releases Crew of Chinese Boats it Detained for Trespassing

Earlier this month, it said the 60 fishermen would be investigated for entering Malaysian waters without notice.

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Virtual Fundraiser Collects $600M in Pledges to Aid Rohingya in Bangladesh, Myanmar

Officials said the conference was needed because the U.N. had not met its 2020 goal.

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Arakan Army Forces Villagers in Myanmar’s Chin State to Donate Rice Amid Food Shortage

AA denies NGO’s claim, says it is buying ‘old rice’ above the market price.

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China Agrees to Provide Year-Round Mekong River Data to Downstream Countries

Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam had previously received data only during the rainy season, amid growing concerns over restricted water flows from Chinese dams upstream.

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Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos Take Stock of Destruction as Region Braces For New Tropical Storm

The death toll climbs to 111 in Vietnam and 34 in Cambodia, with many still cut off by floods and damaged roads.

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Japan to Help ASEAN States Secure Coasts Amid South China Sea Tensions

Japanese Prime Minister Suga says Japan will provide Vietnam, Indonesia, and other Southeast Asian countries with patrol boats to guard against incursions in their territorial waters.

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Canada’s Parliament Labels China’s Abuses in Xinjiang ‘Genocide,’ Urges Government Action

Lawmakers want Ottawa to follow suit and level sanctions against Chinese officials.

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Interview: Under Xi, 'Confrontation Will Only Worsen And Intensify’-Scholar Cai (Part IV)

"The U.S. has to separate Xi and 'Xi’s gang' from the 90 million party members," says scholar Xai Xia.

CH. 1: MANDARIN | CANTONESE

CH. 2: VIETNAMESE | BURMESE | KOREAN

CH. 3: KHMER | LAO | UYGHUR

CH. 4: TIBETAN

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