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Beijing Continues to Demolish Residential Homes Under Guise of the Olympics
While the Olympic Games will open in less than four months in Beijing, authorities continue to demolish homes ...
April 20, 2008
Attorney's Family Again in Panic During CCP's National Congress
While the 17th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party is on, the wife and children of Beijing ...
October 21, 2007
Suppression of House Churches Strengthened Before Party Congress
According to the China Aid Association (CAA), before the 17th Communist Party Congress, Beijing strengthened control over the ...
October 2, 2007
China's Central Publicity Department Sets New Rules for Chinese Media
The Central Publicity Department (also known as the Propaganda Department) of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has established ...
February 20, 2007
Suicide of Beijing Resident Draws Attention to Housing Malpractices
The protest-suicide of a Beijing resident in response to the Chinese government's intentions to demolish his home has ...
December 6, 2006
Guizhou Province Officials Abandon Trapped Miners
Refusal by the Yindi Town government to aid three workers trapped in the after explosions of a local ...
May 16, 2006
Large Scale Hunger Strike To Be Launched
The Chinese authority's decision of suspending attorney Gao Zhisheng's law office for one year remains unchanged, but the ...
March 21, 2006
800 Mainland Chinese Sign Up for Relay Hunger Strike, Over 4000 Others Support
The Relay Hunger Strike for Human Rights, launched recently all across mainland China, has met with enormous resistance ...
February 19, 2006
Trump Authorizes AG Barr to Declassify 2016 Presidential Campaign Surveillance Documents
Mimi Nguyen Ly
‘American Taliban’ Terrorist Freed After 17 Years in Prison
The Associated Press
Ilhan Omar Insults Americans: ‘Ignorance Is Really Pervasive in Many Parts of This Country’
Trump Administration Settles in for Long Trade Fight Against China
US Hits WikiLeaks Founder Assange With 18-Count Indictment
Prosecutors Charge Bank Ex-CEO With Soliciting White House Position in Exchange for $16 Million in Loans
Violent Tornadoes Kill 3 in Missouri as Oklahoma Faces Flooding Rivers
Documenting Persecution: Videos of Torture Victims Smuggled out of Chinese Prison
Remains of More Than 1,200 Holocaust Victims Laid to Rest in Belarus After Mass Grave Discovered
Isabel van Brugen
Botswana Lifts Ban on Hunting Elephants