The authorities are constantly expanding restrictions on what Chinese citizens can do, see or say on line, experts say.
Rakhine state is ready to vote after weeks of quiet in ethnic war, say authorities.
Rhona Smith suggests such legal actions constitute a serious violation of due process.
Residents of temporary relocation centers say they have not been paid living allowances for the past five months.
Hoang Duc Binh, now serving a 14-year prison term for his role in environmental protests in 2016, says he was convicted unjustly and is not a criminal.
The protesters are calling on Beijing to reverse its phasing out of Mongolian-medium teaching in the region's schools.
Aun Pheap and Zsombor Peter had gone in 2017 to interview residents of a commune who had voted against Cambodia's ruling party five years before.
Lam blames hostile foreign infiltrators for influencing the city's young people in a speech observers believe was written by the Chinese Communist Party.
Many citizens who were of school age during the 1990s famine never learned to read.
Three of Ahmet Bozoglan’s fellow Uyghur inmates are likely to face persecution after being repatriated.