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China’s Claims of Progress in Tibet Mask 70 Years of Repression: Report

Claims by China that 70 years of Beijing’s rule have improved Tibetans’ lives and that... Read More
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Eight Months After Coup, Myanmar Must Fend For Itself Amid Muted Response to Junta Abuses

Two-thirds of a year after the military seized power in a coup, government mismanagement has... Read More
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Junta Soldiers Evict Hundreds at Gunpoint, Highlighting Military Impunity in Post-Coup Myanmar

Troops loyal to Myanmar’s junta have forced the residents of nearly 200 homes in Mandalay... Read More
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Myanmar Junta Calls ‘Goodwill’ Cease-fire With Ethnic Armed Groups, Omits Anti-Coup Militias

Myanmar’s junta has announced a “goodwill” cease-fire with all ethnic armed organizations (EAOs), but observers... Read More
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Myanmar’s UN Envoy Skips Address Amid US-China Brokered Deal With Junta

Myanmar’s ambassador to the United Nations withdrew from addressing the General Assembly on Monday as... Read More
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Huawei’s Meng, Canada’s ‘Two Michaels’ Freed, Board Planes For Home

Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou headed home to China on Saturday as Chinese authorities released Canadian... Read More
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Hong Kong Tiananmen Massacre Vigil Organizers Disband in Face of CCP Pressure

The organizers in Hong Kong of a now-banned candlelight vigil marking the 1989 Tiananmen massacre... Read More
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UN Says Military Has Brought Myanmar to Brink of ‘Collapse’ in Damning Report on Rights Violations

Myanmar’s junta has destroyed the country’s economy, education, health, and social protection systems and led... Read More
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Once Bustling Yangon Eerily Silent Amid Military Arrests, Anti-Junta Bombings

Myanmar’s commercial capital Yangon—once a bustling metropolis—has become a relative ghost town amid a heavy... Read More
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Uyghur Exile Group Leader Turned Back Trying to Enter Turkey

Dolkun Isa, the president of the Munich-based (WUC) exile group, has been turned away at... Read More