A photo of three candidates from Myanmar’s ruling National League for Democracy (NLD) accompanying a statement from the Arakan Army confirming the Oct. 14 abduction of the trio, Oct. 19, 2020.

Arakan Army Admits to Abducting Myanmar Ruling Party Candidates, Demands Prisoner Release

The Arakan Army says the "NLD is using traitorous Rakhine people to turn against each other."

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Former Tibetan Political Prisoner Takna Jigme Sangpo Dies in Switzerland

First arrested in Lhasa in 1960, Sangpo was in and out of Chinese prisons until winning release on medical parole in 2002.

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Senior Cambodian Opposition Member Assaulted, Remains Unconscious in Hospital

Din Varin is the latest of at least 10 CNRP members to be attacked by unidentified men since late 2019.

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Uyghur Afghan National Detained in Xinjiang Internment Camp

Abdughopur Abdureshid’s family asks Kabul for help after only recently learning he was detained in 2017.

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Taiwan Lodges Protest Over Assault by Chinese Diplomats at Fiji Reception

Two people from the Chinese embassy scuffle with Taiwan officials at an event marking the democratic island's National Day.

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Germany Grants Political Asylum to Chinese University of Hong Kong Student

Rights groups call on Berlin to keep its promise to ease the path of asylum applicants from Hong Kong.

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China Scholars Hit Out at New Zealand University Over Probe of Professor

Professor Anne-Marie Brady faces a disciplinary process following complaints over a paper exposing local institutions' China ties.

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Philippines: Lifting of Moratorium Won’t Hinder Sea Exploration Projects With China

However, Duterte’s decision to resume oil search in the South China Sea is unilateral, the energy secretary said.

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Thai Police Search for 2 Escaped Uyghurs, Feared to Face Deportation to China

Police and military forces used sniffer dogs, a crane and drones to search for the men, who sawed iron bars to break out of an immigration detention center.

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Dialogue Between the Dalai Lama and China a 'Major Challenge': Interview

The US is deeply committed to the human rights and fundamental freedoms of the Tibetan people, says Robert A. Destro, the State Department's newly designated Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues.

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