Underage Sex Scandals in China Spark Anger Over 'Weak' Law
Netizens and lawyers hit out at a 1997 law that reduced penalties for sex with minors.
Myanmar’s Rakhine State Imposes Two-Child Limit on Rohingyas
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Report Hits Out At China's Black Jails, Self-Immolations
A new report looks at the human rights situation in China during 2012.
Vietnam Reduces Sentences of Four Jailed Activists
But rights groups say that they and four others who appealed should be set free.
Freed Tibetan Prisoner Receives a Hero's Welcome
A protester is released a year after taking part in a demonstration attacked by police.
Xinjiang High School Students March Against Headscarf Ban
Reports say the school has now reversed a ban on traditional head coverings for its Uyghur girls.
Interview: Missile Tests Part of 'Cycle' of Tensions, Diplomacy
An expert on North Korean nuclear issues speaks about tensions on the peninsula following Pyongyang's short-range missile tests.
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Suu Kyi Walks Through a Minefield
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Clean Water Doesn't Come Easy
Petrified Wood: Wealth and ‘Luck’ in Burma
Villagers Protest Copper Mine
Rohingyas Pushed Back to Sea
Xayaburi: A Test for the Mekong
Girl Killed in Forced Eviction
Hundreds Mourn Slain Activist
China Trade Doubts May Drive Reform
China's Profit Tax May Aid Social Goals
China Cuts Fuel Prices as Demand Wanes
China Coal Production Declines
China's Economic Data Clouded by Doubt
Confusion Reigns Over China Property Rules
China Tinkers with Fuel Price Formula
Carving Up Cambodia
Least-Wanted People, the Rohingya
North Korean Succession
Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery
Traveling Down the Mekong River
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'The Government Has Just Dropped Us'
'Living Here is Like Living in a Prison'
'The Ghosts Walked the Earth, While We Lived in Hell'
'Beijing Doesn't Trust the People of Hong Kong'
'I Had No Hope to Continue Living'
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