AMM has links with outfits in Pakistan and Bangladesh, officials say.
New draperies have been hung behind the temple's central image, suggesting hidden damage, sources say.
Fortify Rights and Amnesty International call on the government to look into cases involving missing Kachin villagers and murdered Karenni men.
Tsegon Gyal had published a blog post criticizing Beijing's approach to enforcing 'ethnic unity' in Tibetan areas.
After the Chinese New Year holiday, churches in Henan will be targeted for demolition if they haven’t received prior permission from officials to operate.
One woman is handed a diagnosis of “paranoid personality disorder” after complaining that the government forcibly evicted her and demolished her home.
Local people say they suspect those begging are 'professionals' organized in shifts to ply the city for cash, amid calls for a police investigation.
Fellow activists say they have tracked down missing activist Zhang Qi to a facility in Guangzhou's Baiyun district, and found her to be in good mental health.
Bou Rachana had fled Cambodia with her children following the murder of her husband, a popular social commentator, in July 2016.
No casualties are reported, but the extent of damage to the compound's ancient structures and religious treasures is still unclear.
Over 8,000 names are included on the list, which must now be verified by Myanmar authorities in Naypyidaw.
The Cambodian National Rescue Movement asks people not to purchase bottled water from a company run by one of Hun Sen’s daughters.