Six people, including Chen Jieren, his wife and brothers are being held incommunicado under a draconian new investigatory system.
She urges militias that have signed the government’s cease-fire accord to discussion outside of formal conference settings.
Three years after his disappearance, Wang is allegedly visited by a colleague in a Tianjin detention center.
Liu Xia's brother remains vulnerable to jailing by the ruling Chinese Communist Party, should she act in a way that displeases Beijing.
Local authorities issue top-level emergency warnings as the mountainous region is threatened by flooding and landslides.
The group says officers are violating a neutrality clause enshrined in Cambodian law.
Militias based along the China-Myanmar border have yet to decide whether they will sign the government’s nationwide cease-fire pact.
Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Huynh is in poor health and 'getting thinner,' her mother says.
Lin Qilei fails to appear at the sentencing of his client Qin Yongmin, possibly in protest over the ruling Chinese Communist Party's treatment of lawyers.
His widow Liu Xia starts a new life in Germany in a state of extreme physical weakness.
Talks have been delayed by renewed fighting in Shan and Kachin states, while Rakhine strife is not on the agenda.
Gooi Soon Seng, an attorney for Indonesian Siti Aisyah, says case against her is weak.