Armed Thai soldiers dragged a group of Lao Hmong asylum-seekers from a crowded holding camp here onto trucks to deport them and sent dogs after two who jumped from a moving truck to avoid repatriation, witnesses said.
A Vietnamese appeals court has upheld the sentences of four men convicted of collecting complaints against the government and sharing them with Western news organizations, including Radio Free Asia (RFA).
China has failed to implement a key program that could cut pollution from industrial plants, a top regulator said this month.
American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT) today announced that Mandarin broadcaster Wu Jing has won this year’s Gracie Allen Award for Most Outstanding Series.
Small groups of Chinese migrant workers in the northwestern region of Xinjiang are challenging the might of oil powers and paramilitary farming and mining concerns in a bid to win back money they say is owed to them.
Massive power failures during China’s recent snowstorms have exposed the system’s weakness and vulnerability to reliance on coal, experts say.
Government troops in Laos have been ordered to shoot to kill ethnic Hmong insurgents in the country's northern jungle regions, with cash rewards offered for every "enemy" killed.
China’s government is defending its economic policies amid mounting criticism over shortages and price controls, experts say.
Chinese curbs on the traditional Muslim culture of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region are creating a social crisis among Uyghur youth, according to experts and Uyghurs at home and overseas.
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