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Villagers in Yunnan Province Fight Police Over Land Grabs
Over 1,000 villagers in China's Yunnan Province clashed with police, smashing more than 30 police vehicles in ongoing ...
October 31, 2013
Deadly Flooding Strikes Northwest China’s Quake-Hit Province
Heavy rains and hailstorms pounded the disaster-prone counties of Min and Zhang, in China’s northwest Gansu Province on ...
September 19, 2013
Migrant Workers in China Kidnap Two Policemen During Stand-off
A three-day stand-off between migrant workers and police in southern China’s Guangdong Province resulted in both sides taking ...
July 12, 2013
1 Child Dead, Over 60 Infected With H1N1 Flu in South China
An H1N1 bird flu outbreak in south China left one dead and many more hospitalized.
May 13, 2013
Beijing Authorities Stifle Protest After Migrant Worker ‘Suicide’
The suspicious death of a young Anhui woman in Beijing triggered a large demonstration, and a clamp down ...
May 9, 2013
2 Chinese Girls Die, Poisoned by Rival Kindergarten Principal
Two children died in northern China after drinking yoghurt laced with rat poison by the owner of a ...
May 2, 2013
21 Die in Clash in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Province
At least 21 people died during a showdown between Uyghur muslims and Chinese police in northwestern China’s Xinjiang ...
April 24, 2013
Chinese Authorities Muzzle Media in Infant Murder Case
A 2-month-old baby left unattended in the back seat of a car was later strangled by a thief ...
March 7, 2013
Chinese Landslide Survivors Say Officials Covered Up Truth
Villagers in southwestern China's Yunnan Province are demanding that Chinese authorities re-investigate what triggered last Friday's landslide that ...
January 19, 2013
Chemical Plant Explosion Injures Dozens in Eastern China
A huge explosion rocked a chemical plant in Shandong recently, destroying houses and killing a number of people.
January 17, 2013
Fire Claims 7 Lives in Unlicensed Chinese Orphanage
Seven residents of an unlicensed orphanage have died in a fire in Henan, central China, making it the ...
January 6, 2013
Focus on U.S. Massacre Over China Slashing Angers Many
The difference in attitude that China's state-run media has taken to similar tragedies in China and the U.S. ...
December 17, 2012
Chinese Martial Arts Masters Beat Up Demolition Gangs
A father and son martial arts duo from Henan Province in China beat up thugs who broke into ...
November 10, 2012
Chinese Tear Mao’s Image to Support Arrested Youth
Four young men publicly tore a picture of the Chinese regime’s founder, Mao Zedong, and have received widespread ...
November 6, 2012
Security Bears Down in Beijing Before Congress
A massive security crackdown is underway in Beijing as the Communist Party prepares for its 18th National Congress, ...
November 4, 2012
Typhoon Causes 1 Death With 6 Missing in South China
Typhoon Son-Tinh swept through South China’s Hainan and Guangxi provinces this past weekend, causing one death with six ...
October 31, 2012
479 Poisoned After Ammonia Leak in China
An ammonia gas leak at an aquaculture firm in northern China sickened 479 people late on Monday night, ...
October 24, 2012
Sichuan Rainstorm Triggers Mudslides, Hundreds of Tourists Trapped
A massive seven-hour rainstorm hit Sichuan Province on August 17, causing mudslides and flash floods across the area.
August 22, 2012
Chinese Police Refuse to Save Drowning Children, Incensing Public
Three school children drowned in a river in the eastern Chinese city of Fuzhou earlier this week after ...
August 16, 2012
Police Fail to Rescue Teenage Victim of Beijing Storm
Jia Xiaohan, 19, was driving home with her stepmother and younger sister in the Fangshan District of Beijing ...
July 27, 2012
More Foxconn Suicides, Workers Report Little Change in Conditions
Shocking allegations on the Internet state that not all of these cases at Foxconn Chengdu were suicides, saying ...
July 23, 2012
Chinese Vietnam War Veterans Clash With Police
Several Chinese Vietnam War veterans clashed with station agents in southern China, leading the regime to dispatch dozens ...
June 20, 2012
Southwestern Chinese Villagers ‘Savagely’ Beaten During Drain-Pipe Protest
Ten Langnan Town villagers were injured and another three arrested in a dispute over the installation of a ...
June 17, 2012
Party Veterans Publish Open Letter to Hu and Wen
Sixteen veteran CCP cadres write an open letter asking to investigate and punish Zhou Yongkang.
May 11, 2012
Persecution of Falun Gong Softening, Says Chinese Lawyer
The deadliest province in China for Falun Gong practitioners allowed lawyers to represent adherents of the spiritual practice, ...
April 15, 2012
Jade Sellers’ Protest in China Repressed
Jade sellers in the town that is at the center of the jade industry in China protested in ...
December 1, 2011
Six Thousand Shoe Factory Workers on Strike in China
Thousands of striking shoe factory workers clashed with police in China's Guangdong Province over pay reductions.
November 20, 2011
US Expels 2 Cuban Diplomats, Citing ‘Influence Operations’
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Iran’s Foreign Minister Threatens ‘All-Out War’ in Case of US or Saudi Attack
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President Seeks Power to Fire Head of Consumer Bureau at Will
San Francisco Will Get Environmental Violation Notice Due to Trash From Homeless, Trump Says
Judge Blocks California Law That Requires Trump to Release Tax Returns to Be on Ballot
Trump Jr. Calls Out Instagram After His, President’s Accounts Vanish From Search Suggestions
Interior Department Transfers 560 Acres of Public Land for Border Wall Construction
Responding to Critics, Facebook ‘Oversight Board’ to Monitor Content Decisions
US Immigration Case Backlog Tops 1 Million, Data Shows
Bill Would Bar Use of US Aid to Pay Families of Palestinian Terrorists Attacking Israel; Redirects Funds to ‘Iron Dome’