Forced to give monthly ‘offerings’ to the regime and unable to save any money, the Vladivostok worker jumped to his death.
Walls and checkpoints meanwhile block unauthorized entry as China restricts growth at the popular Tibetan Buddhist study center in Sichuan.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party under President Xi Jinping is trying to set up a 'new world media order,' Reporters Without Borders says.
Eighteen People's Liberation Army veterans who protested police beatings are sentenced by two courts after secret trials.
Zhou Yongjun has asked for medical treatment after eight months in a police-run detention center.
Press watchdogs also rap Aung San Suu Kyi for the jailing of Reuters journalists and many critics.
Some fear the trend will make all women fair game in the country’s multiple armed conflicts.
Weapons test allows Kim Jong Un to nudge the US without actually testing prohibited weapons
Sivanganam told the RCI that he was banned the site in the jungle near Wang Kelian after issuing his report.
Both countries drop a further point, bringing them close to the bottom of a 180-country annual survey by Reporters Without Borders.