Senator John McCain said in a statement that the lack of U.S. action was allowing China to continue to "pursue its territorial ambitions" in the region.
Poor manufacturing data is being blamed for the sharp selloff.
Long-awaited measure doesn't go far enough in terms of safeguarding homosexuals and victims of marital rape, some say.
Most likely explanation is humans are coming in contact with forest inhabited by macaque varieties that normally host disease, plus mosquitoes that transmit it.
The death of Kim Yang Gon, a high-ranking party official in charge of the North's relations with South Korea, has raised suspicions.
Professors say army now a regular presence in classrooms and seminars, including events involving international organizations.
Air quality index readings in Beijing exceeded 400 micrograms per cubic meter for PM2.5 this week while readings in New Delhi hit 534; the WHO says anything over 25 is unhealthy.
The Mekong Review, launched in November, will publish essays, book reviews, excerpts and works of literary journalism.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday announced a deal between the two sides to have trade worth $15 billion by 2020, by expanding road and rail links.
Witnesses say 'huge waves' of mud swept over the industrial park, leaving 33 building destroyed or damaged, including 14 factories, two office buildings, and three dormitories.
Visit to Thailand by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen marks major thawing in bilateral relations strained in recent years.
Officials say the land-locked country can serve as a model for connectivity, helping the region focus on the development gap between the rich and poor countries of Asean.