Pu Wenqing (second from left) and Huang Qi's attorney Zhang Zanning (second from right), Chongqing activist Chen Mingyu (first from left) and Hu Guiqin after being their attempt to visit Huang in detention was rejected,

Mother of Jailed Chinese Rights Activist Under Police Guard in Own Home

Pu Wenqing, the elderly mother of Huang Qi, has state security police stationed in her apartment, and even her bed, a fellow activist says.

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Myanmar Court Hands Down Death Sentences to Two In Killing of Prominent Rights Lawyer

Two other men involved in the plot to assassinate Ko Ni receive jail terms, while a fifth remains at large.

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Cambodian Opposition Chief Sam Rainsy Defies Hun Sen Threats, Repeats Promise to Return

He says he will refuse arrest on his return, calling instead for the Cambodian people to remove the long-ruling prime minister and 'bring him to justice.'

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China Sets Up Camp in Tibet's Shigatse to Train Party Workers in 'Correct Thought': Report

Run under paramilitary supervision, the camp will train cadres sent out across Tibet to monitor Tibetans' loyalty to Beijing.

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Dropout Rates for Cambodian Provinces Bordering Thailand at 23 Percent

Education ministry to begin teacher training program to stop students from quitting school to find jobs

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Kayah State Chief Minister Justifies Myanmar Police Crackdown on Protesters

L Paung Sho says authorities followed their procedures, though ethnic Karenni demonstrators say the action was unlawful.

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Cambodia's Hun Sen Calls For Destruction of Opposition in Leaked Phone Call

After EU trade preferences are withdrawn, no one will be able to force him into dialogue, he says.

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Displaced Families in Vietnam’s Loc Hung Community Accept Compensation

Local official says 92 of 124 evicted families accept government payout, but evictee representative disagrees.

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Chinese Newspapers Fold Amid Growing Censorship, Falling Incomes

Media that are given the official stamp of approval, by contrast, enjoy subsidies and handouts from the government.

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Lao State Workers Go Without Salaries, Even After PM’s Directive to Pay Them Monthly

Provincial governments have trouble coming up with the funds or are spending too much time on accounting procedures.

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