No casualties are reported, but the extent of damage to the compound's ancient structures and religious treasures is still unclear.
Ji Shulong is taken away by police as her husband is released from detention, as the the country welcomes in the Year of the Dog.
Requisitions of rice, corn, and fruit for holiday gifts for schoolchildren and party executives reduce supply, drive up cost.
The ‘regrettable’ development means government officials are charged with examining the personal and political views of candidates who have no way to challenge their decisions, lawyers say.
The Interior Ministry is taking legal action against Kem Sokha and others for forming the new Cambodia National Rescue Movement.
Rakhine state’s chief minister urges the group to work with the Myanmar government to help resolve the region's problems.
The wife of detained human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng says he has been denied access to a lawyer, and the family has been refused permission to visit him.
Some 60 members of China’s embattled legal profession want an end to the revoking of licenses, and the release of all detained colleagues.
They ask the UN human rights agency and other international organizations to help ensure the safety of Sin Chanpeou Rozeth.
If China is allowed to name features now, it will someday claim the entire area, one expert says.
Sun Zhengcai stands accused of bribery, but political analysts say he plotted to challenge the political supremacy of President Xi Jinping.
The move comes as Pyongyang fears embarrassing defections during the Winter Olympics in rival South Korea.