Dao Quang Thuc died on Dec. 10 of what prison authorities called a stroke, and was quickly buried the same day, his son says.
In China's Xinjiang region, journalists have been arrested for work done years earlier, the Committee to Protect Journalists says.
The government is trying to rid itself of a large inventory of foreign-made computers and other hardware.
Cambodia’s deadline to respond to EU report falls on Thursday.
Allegations against Myanmar’s security forces are “incomplete and misleading,” de facto leader tells ICJ.
Human Rights Watch catalogs 'absurd defense arguments' as Myanmar leader ignores key facts at the International Court of Justice.
Nguyen Thuy Hanh supports prisoners and their families with contributions raised from citizens around Vietnam.
A book on Arabic grammar was cited as the reason for Iminjan Seydin’s detention.
Wealthy suspected of using stockpiles of ill-gotten funds to acquire bounty of foreign goods they likely intend to resell.
Rights activists and pro-democracy lawmakers say the experts likely don't want their reputations affected by the current probe, which relies on police investigating themselves.