Two journalists face years in prison unless they are pardoned following the new year festival of Thingyan.
Most of the children and teenagers have faced repeated displacement after being attacked by the Myanmar military, often under heavy artillery fire.
Chinese crackdown on these defectors could get worse as the North improves diplomatic relations and engages in nuclear talks.
China and Brunei dispute a tract of the South China Sea, but an economic slump could give China a lead in exploring the waters for oil.
The Philippines came in world second after the United States for numbers of Facebook users whose personal information may have been mined.
Chinese leader's pledges to press forward with reforms are not new, but it may be enough to get the two sides to take a step toward negotiations.
US leader cites disparate tariffs the two countries impose on vehicle exports.
At least 1,000 ethnic Chin refugees living in US received notices to be re-interviewed by authorities.
President says he thinks China will drop trade barriers and tariffs will become reciprocal.
Observers hope that the election of Win Myint as the country’s new president could fill a power vacuum within the NLD administration.
Fishing boat personnel trained to use firearms would give Vietnam a new defense against China.
Former President Park Guen-hye was found guilty of abuse of power and bribery at her criminal trial related to the scandal that forced her from office.