Saturday, January 9, 2010

News from Radio Free Asia 1/9/10

Below is a collection of articles and their links from Radio Free Asia. I like to learn and stay on top of the news behind the news across the ocean. I care about how other people are treated, especially when they are innocent. There is too much evil happening in this world because so few care to take a stand. This is despicable.

Two Get Death Sentences. 2010-01-08
Two Burmese defendants get death sentences for leaking news about a high-level visit to North Korea. [The rest of the story.]

Monk’s Followers Flee. 2010-01-07
Followers of an activist Vietnamese monk are forced underground. [The rest of the story.]

Returns Shock U.S. Hmong. 2010-01-07
Hmong abroad fear for relatives forcibly returned from Thailand to Laos. [The rest of the story.]

Filmmaker’s Family To Appeal. 2010-01-07
Relatives of a jailed Tibetan filmmaker hope they can afford a lawyer to appeal his sentence. [The rest of the story.]

China Jails Tibetan Filmmaker. 2010-01-06
The documentary 'Leaving Fear Behind' gets its producer a six-year prison term. [The rest of the story.]

Lead Pollution Harms Children. 2010-01-05
Villagers in southern China say authorities are trying to hide the effects of lead poisoning on their children. [The rest of the story.]

Questions on Burma Polls. 2010-01-05
Burma plans it first elections in 20 years, but will they be free? [The rest of the story.]

Jailed Dissident Appeals. 2010-01-04
A Chinese pro-democracy activist appeals his sentence for “subversion of state power.” [The rest of the story.]

May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can walk along side Him again. Digg! Digg!

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