A Hong Kong connection is emerging in the case of Meng Wanzhou, accused by the U.S. of violating sanctions against Iran.
Win Myint says the country is trying to create awareness of human rights during its transition to democracy.
They say China is a ‘significant exception’ in the advancement of human rights since the declaration was enacted.
Pu Wenqing, mother of Huang Qi, had hoped to use Human Rights Day 2018 to publicize her son's situation.
Andrew Wan and Lam Cheuk-ting say the charges are 'ridiculous' and indicate growing political suppression in the city at Beijing's behest.
Fate of Drugkho, the 155th confirmed self-immolation in Tibet since 2008, is unknown as Chinese police clamp down on Ngaba County.
Government spokesman says program to repatriate Rohingya from Bangladesh still on track.
Three youth activists joined a demonstration in April demanding help for thousands of people trapped in Kachin state war zone.
Fresh fighting between the Arakan Army and national military displaces an estimated 2,000 villagers.
Political prisoners are never amnestied, as their crimes are considered more serious than other offenses, Lao sources say.