Asia

Rights Group — Radio Free Asia

Feminist journalist Sophia Huang and fellow activist Wang Jianbing are in the custody of police in the southern Chinese province…

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Uyghur Businessman, Philanthropist Confirmed Dead in Xinjiang’s Ghulja — Radio Free Asia

A prominent Uyghur businessman and philanthropist was tortured and died in a prison in northwestern China’s Xinjiang region, local officials…

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About 100 US citizens, permanent residents still waiting to leave Afghanistan: Official

WASHINGTON: The United States is aware of about 100 American citizens and legal permanent residents (LPRs) who remain in Afghanistan…

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China Says Hong Kong Crackdown ‘Must Continue’ After Vigil Organizer Disbands — Radio Free Asia

Following the dissolution of a group that once organized candlelight vigils marking the June 4, 1989 Tiananmen massacre, a top…

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COVID-19 pandemic pushes Chinese tech giants to roll out more courier robots

BEIJING: More than a thousand robots are set to join the delivery personnel ranks of Chinese behemoths Alibaba, Meituan and…

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China Gives Hero’s Welcome to Returning Huawei Exec Meng Wanzhou — Radio Free Asia

The ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s state propaganda machine cranked into high gear over the weekend with the return of…

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Chin Residents Flee to India After Fighting by Myanmar Forces And Local Militias — Radio Free Asia

 More than 100 residents of a town in Myanmar’s Chin state are across the border to India daily to escape…

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China says Canada should ‘draw lessons’ from Huawei executive case

BEIJING: The release of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou shows China’s strength and Canada should “draw lessons,” China’s foreign…

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Japan to lift COVID-19 state of emergency in all regions at end of month: Report

TOKYO: Japan plans to lift its COVID-19 state of emergency, which covers 19 prefectures, in all of the regions at…

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Japan to lift state of emergency in all regions at end of month: Report

TOKYO: Japan plans to lift its COVID-19 state of emergency, which covers 19 prefectures, in all of the regions at…

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