Some Vietnamese believe that Hanoi's one-party Communist government has failed to take a strong enough stance on the issue.
Authorities feared protests in Nepal by Tibetans opposed to Chinese rule and policies in Tibet.
Firefighters suspected of being government soldiers are kidnapped, while police assigned to Rakhine are resigning.
Li Biyun and her brother and sister face charges of 'theft' and 'obstructing officials in the course of their duties.'
The ministry says the order is warranted because it concerns protecting the country from a ‘coup.’
Journalists and students alike are demanding a fuller investigation into reports and suspicions of police violence.
Zumuret Dawut says she believes her brother Abdulhelil Dawut was forced to record his statement.
Tea Banh’s comments come a day after the deputy prime minister said their return will cause war.
'Abominable,' produced jointly by Chinese and US animation studios, includes a scene showing China's 9-Dash Line demarcation of disputed waters.
The soldier said he was sick of seeing Rakhine civilians abused, but the army dismisses his claims as propaganda.