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Elderly Chinese Appeal for Justice on Great Wall
Four eighty-year-old farmers from Hunan Province journeyed to Beijing to plea for relief. Their homes had been destroyed ...
June 19, 2013
Retired Military Officers, Broke and Desperate, Protest in Beijing
Retired military officers protested lack of pensions and veteran's employment on May 20 in Beijing.
May 22, 2013
Chinese Police Crack Down Hard on Tianjin Protesters
Over 20 villagers were taken to hospital for serious injuries from police beatings in a clash over farmland ...
May 14, 2013
Regime Clamps Down on Sichuan Chemical Plant Protests
Chengdu authorities have been trying to prevent protests over a huge petrochemical plant being built on a fault ...
May 5, 2013
Chinese State Media Dodges Torture Victims
A group of female Masanjia torture victims have confronted Xinhua, the official Chinese mouthpiece, over its publication of ...
May 4, 2013
Taiwanese Singer Annie Yi’s Generosity Touches Hearts in China
Taiwanese star Annie Yi is making news again, this time by giving a large money donation to a ...
April 21, 2013
Chinese Vet Says Authorities Concealed H7N9 Poultry Epidemic
In an exclusive interview, a senior Chinese vet said authorities have been concealing an outbreak of the new ...
April 17, 2013
Shanghai Factory Workers Strike, Hold Managers Hostage
Workers strike, hold managers hostage for two days at Shanghai Shenming Electric factory.
January 21, 2013
Petitioners Ask Former Security Czar to Explain His Vast Budget
People from around China have gathered in Beijing to petition former security chief Zhou Yongkang for a detailed ...
December 29, 2012
Thousands of Chinese Villagers Protest Corrupt Land Sale
Thousands of villagers protested in front of a government building in southern China in a last-ditch effort to ...
December 5, 2012
Chinese State Media Supports Freedom of Speech to Get at Bo Xilai (Updated)
China’s state-run media recently proclaimed that Chinese citizens should be granted more freedom to criticize the government.
October 25, 2012
Police Officers, Turned Petitioners, Seek Justice in Beijing
More than a dozen police officers from around China gathered in Beijing recently to protest Party corruption in ...
August 24, 2012
Overcrowded School Van Crashes in China, Killing 18 Kindergarteners
Eighteen preschoolers and two adults in an overloaded school bus died in a head-on collision, another 44 injured.
November 16, 2011
Israeli Journalist Intercepted Attempting to Visit Blind Chinese Rights Activist
An Israeli journalist was apprehended in China when she tried to visit Chen Guangchen who is under house ...
September 23, 2011
Burned Police Cars in Protest-Filled Chinese Town a Propaganda Ploy, Say Locals
Photos of burned police cars in Xintang are apparently evidence that violent riots have taken place near China's ...
June 16, 2011
Widespread Lead Poisoning Discovered in Southern Chinese Town
Widespread lead poisoning was discovered among the people of the southeastern town of Yangxunqiao, in China's Zhejiang Province.
June 15, 2011
Human Rights Activist Huang Qi Released from Prison
Huang Qi, a human rights activist from Sichuan, was released from prison on June 10 after completing a ...
June 13, 2011
Woman Goes Missing After Trying to Visit Chen Guangcheng in China
He Peirong, an activist who has kept in contact with blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng, went missing when ...
June 7, 2011
Protests Continue in Inner Mongolia
Explosive response to death of herdsmen reveals seething tensions
May 29, 2011
Thousands Clash with Police in China’s Yunnan Province
Local officials cut the town's Internet connection and sent a thousand police to squelch a five-day street protest.
April 2, 2011
Gao Zhisheng’s Friends Call for His Release
Seizing the timing of Hu Jintao's much vaunted visit to the United States, friends of abducted civil rights ...
January 18, 2011
Babies Left Partially Blind After Overdose of Oxygen
Parents, of children who are now partially blind, are demanding action by the authorities.
August 3, 2010
Real Estate Development Wipes Out Homes and Heritage
A forced eviction in Shandong Province destroys a family's heritage, a common occurrence in today's China.
July 23, 2010
Appealing on Their Knees, 1,000 Villagers Seek Justice
Chinese village mayor's refusal to meet with exploited villagers results in his deposition
April 27, 2010
Justice Postponed for Internet Activists – Again
The high-profile court hearing of Chinese Internet activists lasted less than a minute.
March 22, 2010
Woman Buried in Forced Demolition in China
A woman, over 70 years old, was buried alive at her home-turned demolition site
March 9, 2010
Security Tightened for Parliament Sessions in Beijing
Security level for the two upcoming annual parliament sessions has been raised to the highest level.
March 4, 2010
Former Clinton Lawyer Moves for Mistrial
US Regulators Reject Request to Clear Cheap Drug for Treatment of COVID-19
US Government Admits It Used Schools as Tool to Erase Culture, Seize Native American Land: Report
Nigerian Police Stand By as Christian Student Is Stoned to Death
Border Patrol Union Leader Warns ‘Complete Control’ by Cartels Once Title 42 Ends
Health: When Parents and School Boards Clash Over Children’s Health
NY Governor Announces New Gun Control Plans After Buffalo Shooting, Signs Order on Domestic Terrorism
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DOJ Group Calls for Staff to Have Paid Leave to Travel for Abortions
House Passes 2 Bills Addressing Nationwide Baby Formula Shortages
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House Passes Bill on Domestic Terrorism, Hate Crimes