China's claims of religious freedom, economic progress, and historical control are unfounded, Tibet's exile government says.
Ambassador Patrick Murphy calls for an end to the charges against him and reconciliation in Cambodia.
Chau Van Kham, Nguyen Van Vien, and Tran Van Quyen receive sentences of from 10 to 12 on charges that rights groups say were never proved.
Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam rules out meeting the demands of the protest movement and denies the police force is out of control.
Critics say the measure is a ploy to evade international condemnation and trade pressure.
Rainsy urges followers to "keep up the hope" for his campaign to return to Cambodia.
Government inspectors and military officials alike gripe about supply and personnel shortages as they try to whip the military into shape.
Tran Vu Hai's office was raided, with his case files seized, and he will now stand trial on tax evasion charges on Nov. 13.
UNESCO officials Mechtild Rössler and Jing Feng discuss threats to World Heritage Sites in Southeast Asia.
The wife of a Fujian man who died in police custody is targeted after she plans to complain.