The main opposition parties and others say the move is ‘dangerous for the country.’
A source says detainees are ‘brainwashed’ and ‘driven insane’ at the camps.
Woechung Gyatso was taken into custody after participating in a Chinese-led workshop on laws regulating internet use.
Rights groups are calling on the ruling Chinese Communist Party to enforce its own laws on gender discrimination in the workplace.
The authorities warned Yue Xin she 'may not graduate successfully' and forced her to delete anything related to the two-decades-old case from her devices.
Derek Mitchell, former U.S. Ambassador to Myanmar, says the government could have handled some aspects of its initiative to end civil wars ‘a little better.’
An Australian author describes China’s efforts to build political influence in his home country.
Small numbers have migrated because of dire poverty in the southeastern region of Bangladesh.
Authorities evict the family of Police Captain Moe Yan Naing a day after he testified that two detained Reuters reporters were set up.
Yu Wensheng had previously warned that any statements made by him in detention without a lawyer present couldn't be taken as genuine, his wife says.
Huang Qi's mother has appealed to the ruling Chinese Communist Party's disciplinary team to allow his release on medical parole.
Captain Moe Yan Naing testifies that police Brigadier General Tin Ko Ko ordered officers to entrap the two reporters.