Students rally against police violence as a 22-year-old student lies in critical condition after clashes with police.
Summit host Prayuth Chan-o-cha welcomed improving cooperation regarding the major shipping route.
Two people are in critical condition after violence at the weekend and vandalism of China's state news agency headquarters.
Ren Xuefeng’s death aged 54 is reported as a failure of medical treatment, with scant detail.
Tan Yongpei is taken away during a three-hour raid on his legal consultancy firm in Nanning city.
Rights observers say there were several incidents in which police used 'disproportionate' force against Halloween protesters and bar-goers.
Two frontline protesters from Hong Kong explain how the anti-extradition movement takes different forms for different people.
Protesters take to the streets in a variety of costumes to protest a mask ban enacted under colonial-era emergency powers.
The fourth plenary session of the 19th party congress breaks no new ground, but will likely herald further centralization of power in Xi's hands, analysts say.
The urban rail network will use social credit principles to decide who needs to submit to more detailed security checks.
Philippine nationalist groups meanwhile insist on Beijing's recognition of Philippine sovereignty in the area covered by the deal.
Beijing speaks up in favor of a ban on 2014 protest leader Joshua Wong, barred from running in local elections after being judged not to support the city's mini-constitution.
Sophia Huang is being held in the southern province of Guangdong after she reported on the anti-extradition movement in Hong Kong.
Joshua Wong's candidacy has been invalidated because of his ties to a political party that favors genuine autonomy for Hong Kong.
Some personnel changes could occur, but analysts expect no real challenge to President Xi Jinping's power.
The protest movement warns participants to beware of racial discrimination, both formal and informal, against non-white ethnic minority groups in Hong Kong.
Bao Tong, who was violently prevented from paying respects to Zhao Ziyang in 2005, is allowed to visit his former boss' grave outside Beijing.
A newspaper backed by the ruling Chinese Communist Party says human trafficking is likely behind the tragedy.
Sophia Huang is detained on public order charges after asking police to return her passport so she could study in Hong Kong.
The rally comes as a Chinese diplomat in Hong Kong describes the protest movement as a 'virus.'
Chan Tong-kai apologizes on his release from a sentence for stealing his dead girlfriend's money, vowing to 'surrender himself' to the democratic island.
China dismisses reports that Beijing is seeking an early end to chief executive Carrie Lam's term in office.
Chan Tong-kai will get out of prison after serving a jail term for money-laundering on Wednesday, but Taiwan has yet to find a way to detain him.
Zhou Yongjun says he has no plans other than to seek medical attention and get some rest.
Chen Jianfeng was detained shortly after penning an essay in memory of her mentor Cao Shunli, who died in police custody.
The apologies come after police deploy water cannon and tear gas to disperse a protest on Kowloon's Nathan Road.
The democratic island is seen as a safe haven and a possible destination for permanent settlement.
Police ban a mass rally planned by the Civil Human Rights Front on Sunday, though many are expected to attend to protest an attack on the group's convenor.
Li Wenzu says her husband Wang Quanzhang has suddenly put on weight and has extreme sunburn on his face.
The attack comes as citizens publish a report saying unchecked abuse of police power is undermining the rule of law.