Guard towers are shown on a high-security facility near an internment camp in Xinjiang in a file photo.

China Obscures Probes Into Xinjiang Cotton Supply Chain

Global fashion brands have little hope of seeing anything in Xinjiang that the authorities don't want them to see, activists say.

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Indonesian Navy to Move Combat Squad's HQ to Natuna Islands

The move is aimed at providing a faster response to encroachments by Chinese and Vietnamese fishing fleets, Indonesia's navy chief says.

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US Pledges Support for Manila on Counterterrorism, South China Sea

Guided missiles and other weapons systems will be used to combat extremists in Mindanao and to defend the Philippines' interests in the disputed regional waterway.

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North Korea Releases 7,000 Prisoners, Orders People to Provide for Them

Released in October to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the party’s founding, most have become vagrants.

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Asia-Pacific Nations, Including China, US, Commit to Free and Open Trade

Leaders from 21 APEC nations also agreed to ensure equitable access to affordable COVID-19 vaccines.

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Myanmar Urges Citizens to Limit Movements Amid Coronavirus Surge

Aung San Suu Kyi says the infection rate is likely to increase as a result of gatherings after the Nov. 8 elections.

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China Increases Charges Against Publisher Who Spoke Out For Dissident

Geng Xiaonan has been denied visits from her defense lawyers and faces more serious charges than when she was first arrested.

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Xinjiang Authorities Have Detained Hundreds of Imams, Upending Uyghur Religious Life

A Uyghur activist in exile says he has documented the arrests of at least 613 imams.

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Chongqing Entrepreneur Gets 20 Years For 'Subversion' in Nationwide Campaign

The ruling Chinese Communist Party is in the third year of a nationwide campaign that charges rich people with serious crimes and confiscates their assets.

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Hong Kong National Security Police Raid Campus Over Slogans

The raid comes after officials and the university management warned that graduating students' use of protest slogans was in breach of the draconian law.

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