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Wang Qiuyun said her passport was seized, preventing her from reporting on the efforts to end discrimination.
With the election for governor approaching, the slow pace of reconstruction is top of the agenda.
A meeting of party elite might appease the public but left little room for an independent judiciary.
Fans from opposing teams clashed with Indonesian riot police after a soccer match ended in a one-all draw. At least one person was killed in the clashes.
A newspaper column questioned some Muslim religious views, sparking a public uproar.
From Brazilian security forces running drills while preparing for the World Cup, to a man in South Korea trimming his hair with fire, here are five memorable moments caught on camera from around the world this week.
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