Singer Nguyen Tin and activists injured after police raid his performance in a small Ho Chi Minh City coffee shop.
Campaigners say they will continue to petition the authorities for recognition that their children were harmed by substandard vaccines, and for adequate compensation.
Taiwan's defense ministry says it is entirely capable of defending itself, pointing to increased military spending.
Builders of the proposed Pak Lay and Pak Beng dams say they are continuing their surveys and feasibility studies.
Nonconforming fashions and hairstyles are forbidden, with youth groups sent out to force compliance.
Chairperson Rosario Manalo says there will be ‘no blaming of anyone’ and ‘no finger-pointing.’
Canberra is investigating tough measures against Phnom Penh in response to a crackdown by Hun Sen.
Le Dinh Luong had written Facebook postings protesting a toxic waste spill and calling for a boycott of parliamentary elections.
Chen is accused of "fraud" and running an "illegal business," but supporters say he angered powerful officials with his reporting.
Yu Wensheng's indictment was issued last month, but his family wasn't informed, amid a dispute over the validity of his defense team.