Thai Srey Neang had been warned against making further posts, and had broken a promise to stop, police say.
Du Thi Thanh, wife of slain village leader Le Dinh Kinh, collapsed in a faint after police insisted she sign a statement saying she had refused to cooperate with them.
The Chinese nationals had sought asylum citing persecution, but were designated security concerns.
Bureau of Immigration officers allegedly took bribes to allow Chinese gaming workers in.
A rice industry spokesman says Hong Kong gets most of its rice from Thailand and Vietnam, not virus-hit mainland China.
Xayaburi dam, Laos’ first mainstream Mekong hydropower project, churns up trouble for Thai villagers.
Local officials confirm that one member of a Uyghur family of four in Ghulja is infected.
Pressure from the international community has done little to force change in Vietnam, they said.
Confirmed cases have now been moved to Sichuan's Dartsedo county for medical treatment, local sources say.
He had ordered authorities to ‘educate’ women who wear ‘revealing’ clothing on the platform.