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How China’s Regime Is Using Nerve-Damaging Drugs to Make Dissidents Insane
The Chinese Regime is confining its dissidents to mental facilities in a bid to silence them, and in ...
June 10, 2015
China Now Blocked From Accessing Wikipedia
Chinese Wikipedia is completely censored in China, and it could be permanent.
June 8, 2015
China Markets Tools of Torture
Electric shock weapons, dart guns, and stun shields are just some of the torture weapons being exported by ...
September 22, 2014
Tibetans Die of Untreated Gunshot Wounds in Custody in China
Chinese police fire into peaceful protest, Tibetans die from untreated wounds in detention .
August 21, 2014
Security Forces Brainwash for Bucks in China
Arresting people for their spiritual beliefs and subjecting them to ideological re-education happens to be a thriving industry ...
August 12, 2014
Massacre of Muslims in Western China Suspected
Thousands of Uyghurs were killed by Chinese authorities, say Uyghur leaders.
August 6, 2014
Report: Chinese Police Forcibly Blood-Type Citizens for Illegal Organ Bank
Police are believed to be doing the testing in order to expand the list of potential donors whose ...
July 25, 2014
China’s Counterfeiting Efforts Win Awards
China, a world famous counterfeiter, is finally being recognized for its efforts.
July 1, 2014
Chinese Rights Lawyer Tang Jingling Charged With Subversion
Chinese human rights lawyer Tang Jingling has been formally arrested and charged with subversion, his wife says.
June 24, 2014
A Bar on Children’s Education in China Makes Parents Mad
Policies preventing the children of workers in Beijing from attending schools there are making people angry.
June 18, 2014
Torture Camp Rebranded in China
The Masanjia Women’s Labor Camp was supposed to be closed down, but now it simply has two names.
June 17, 2014
Uyghurs ‘Caged’ by Internet Restrictions, Charges Report
Uyghurs, a Turkic-speaking Muslim people based in China's northwestern Xinjiang Province, suffer internet restrictions imposed by the Chinese ...
June 16, 2014
A Siege Mentality Grows in China
Social instability and rising anger with the regime has led the CCP to further beef up its security ...
June 12, 2014
Campaign Underway to Demolish Christian Churches in China
Official documents show that the destruction of churches and crosses in Zhejiang Province are part of a so-called ...
April 29, 2014
Uyghurs and Guards Killed in Border Shootout
Five Uyghurs and two Vietnamese border guards were killed in a shootout at the Vietnamese - Chinese border ...
April 20, 2014
South China Shoe Factory Strike Swells
April 17, 2014
Police Snatch Chinese ‘Black Jail’ Activist
Activist against black jails taken away by Chinese police.
April 15, 2014
Party Expels Aide to Former Chinese Security Chief
A close political ally and former aide of ex-security czar Zhou Yongkang, under investigation for almost a year, ...
April 12, 2014
Islamists Seek Ban on Laughter and Tears, Says Xinjiang Governor
Governor of Xinjiang province warns that extreme Islamist elements want to ban laughter and tears at weddings and ...
April 8, 2014
Belgium Suspends Rights During Xi Jinping Stay
Police in Bruges, Belgium detained permit holding Belgian and Tibetan protesters during Xi’s visit
April 7, 2014
Students Object to Award for Chinese Transplant Official
Students at Hong Kong University objected to an honorary degree for Huang Jeifu, a Chinese official accused of ...
April 1, 2014
Judge in China Tells Family No Appeals or Lawyers Allowed
A judge in China recently told family members that no appeals or defense attorneys would be allowed in ...
March 31, 2014
Village Leader Seeks U.S. Asylum Before Elections
A candidate for elections in Wuhan, China has applied for U.S. asylum, fearing he will be arrested on ...
March 27, 2014
Chinese Social Media Reveals Militarization of Tibet
Chinese tourists’social media posts reveal the heavy military presence in Tibet
March 27, 2014
Chinese Man Jailed for 18 Months for Permit Application, Photo Sharing
Gu Yimin was sentenced to prison for applying for a permit to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen Square demonstrations.
March 25, 2014
Lawyers Detained in China for Attempting to Free Falun Gong Practitioners
Four rights lawyers were detained in China while attempting to free Falun Gong practitioners held prisoner in a ...
March 23, 2014
Peasants With Pitchforks Defy China’s Urbanization Thrust
Peasant victims of urbanization and development protest land seizures in Hubei, China.
March 20, 2014
3 Dead, 4 Hospitalized After Suspected Drug Overdose in Pittsburgh: Reports
Sleepless in Hong Kong: Protesters, Police Clash in Another Weekend of Tension
Court Rules That Gender Concerns Override Religious Principles
Modi Invites Trump to Rally in Show of Unity in Houston
‘Things Are Being Implied That Don’t Exist,’ Mnuchin Says of Trump’s Ukraine Call
Trump Has No Plans to Meet With Iran at UN, as US Sends Troops to Saudi Arabia
‘Stay Away’: Iran’s President Issues Warning to the West to Keep Out
Greek Police Make Arrest in 1985 Hijacking of TWA Flight 847
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Missing US Marine Found 1,100 Miles Away From Where He Was Last Seen: Reports
Cory Booker Urges People to Donate to Campaign, Says $1.7 Million Needed to Keep Him in the Race