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Chinese dams on the Mekong River have begun unleashing water during the river's normal dry season, posing threats to aquatic life in Laos, along with thousands of people living alongside the river in Southeast Asian country, according to a report by Radio Free Asia (RFA).
Authorities in China are detaining Christians in secretive, mobile "transformation" facilities to make them renounce their faith by using brainwashing methods, according to Radio Free Asia (RFA).
A group of global lawmakers have called on governments to hold China to account for abuses against minority women in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), amid reports of systematic sexual abuse in detention and violations of reproductive rights.
A labour activist, who is famously known as "Leader of the Delivery Knights Alliance", has been detained by Chinese authorities after he posted online videos denouncing labour violations by China's top food delivery apps.
Two brothers of US-based Journalist Eset Sulaiman have been detained by the authorities in China's Xinjiang as part of an intimidation campaign aimed at preventing him from reporting on rights abuses, according to Radio Free Asia.
The Tibetan community held a demonstration in Paris protesting against the torture of a Tibetan tour guide in a Chinese prison, which led to his death on February 6, 2021.
Dams on the Mekong river, which originates in China, have adversely affected the livelihoods of people living in downriver countries such as Vietnam and Cambodia while the upriver neighbours continue to reap benefits of hydropower projects.
As China continues to refute reports of ongoing human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region, another revelation has confirmed that Beijing has removed the Uyghur language instruction from educational institutions in the region.
The Tibetan community held a demonstration outside the Chinese embassy in Paris to protest the death of Tibetan monk Tenzin Nyima, who died of injuries sustained from beatings and torture in a Chinese prison.