Two other men involved in the plot to assassinate Ko Ni receive jail terms, while a fifth remains at large.
Run under paramilitary supervision, the camp will train cadres sent out across Tibet to monitor Tibetans' loyalty to Beijing.
Education ministry to begin teacher training program to stop students from quitting school to find jobs
L Paung Sho says authorities followed their procedures, though ethnic Karenni demonstrators say the action was unlawful.
After EU trade preferences are withdrawn, no one will be able to force him into dialogue, he says.
Local official says 92 of 124 evicted families accept government payout, but evictee representative disagrees.
Media that are given the official stamp of approval, by contrast, enjoy subsidies and handouts from the government.
Provincial governments have trouble coming up with the funds or are spending too much time on accounting procedures.
Angela Gui's article details the 'very strange experience' of a meeting with the Swedish ambassador and two unnamed businessmen.
Sar Kheng says use of military to enforce court orders is excessive.