Relatives are barred from visiting a jailed writer who has spoken out against Chinese authorities.
A Vietnamese war photographer remembers chaos and terror in central Vietnam in March 1975.
Chinese news media get new orders on how to cover the deadly Qinghai quake.
Chinese officials are sacked after one highly publicized case.
A man detained for questioning stages the seventh known blast in recent weeks.
A leading economist says he is saddened that China bars scholars from traveling.
China’s draft law would force Internet cafes and service providers to hand over users' information to the police.
Police arrest a leading Qinghai intellectual after he questions Beijing’s earthquake relief efforts.
How much have multinational oil firms paid the ruling junta?
The author of a book about one of the Mao portrait protesters says human rights have been sidelined.
A Chinese infrastructure project prompts relocations, and protests.
Wang Lequan is replaced by the Hunan provincial chief in an unexplained decision by the Central Committee in Beijing.
The world's most heavily bombed country is still strewn with unexploded ordnance, or UXO, from the Vietnam War.
Crimes, and more questions, follow a deadly earthquake in China.
Troubling allegations about how Chinese authorities handled his case.
A leading Chinese scholar and activist takes up the cause of Internet freedom in Xinjiang.
Chinese authorities are reining in nonprofit and civic groups.
Chinese authorities tell monks aiding quake rescue efforts to leave.
Vietnam’s growing economic divide aggravates unrest.
Authorities don’t like it—which may make youths even keener to join.
Laid-off workers call on Chinese authorities for assistance.
Tibetans fault Chinese media, rescuers after quake.
Will an ethnic insurgency join forces with Burma’s junta?
Ilham Tohti, a leading economist, is told to stay home.
Even rabbits sent as a food source have failed to multiply in North Korea.
A new round of blasts targets a hydropower project.
Authorities and monks struggle to control the damage.
The official death toll doubles after earthquake in western China.
Tibetan monks join earthquake relief efforts in northwestern China.
The Burmese capital suffers its deadliest explosions since 2005.