A police officer recounts his work as a guard at a Xinjiang "political re-education camp."
Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh was 16 months into a 10-year anti-state propaganda sentence.
They agree to the establishment of a single army and to extend dialogue to groups outside a key 2015 ceasefire accord.
Logging continues in spite of promised government efforts to end the cross-border trade.
Police objected to slogan on T-shirts being sold, while officials said the concert had been held without permission.
Xing Wangli is accused of 'extorting' money from law enforcers, but his lawyer says he made a request for help out of genuine financial hardship.
Lack of funds forces security ministry to generate alternative sources of income.
The disqualification of would-be Labour Party candidate Lau Siu-lai by an election official is unfair, politicians and commentators say.
The ethnic organizations want a federal Myanmar with autonomy, while the army demands a no-secession pledge.
The threat by the Labor Ministry spokesperson targets Cambodians working in Japan, Thailand, South Korea, and other countries.