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Chongqing Court Convicts Prominent Defense Attorney
Prominent defense lawyer Li Zhuang has been sentenced to two and a half years on a charge of ...
January 22, 2010
Villagers Clash with Police over Land Dispute
Over 2,000 police clashed with protesting villagers in southern China's suburban Foshan City.
January 15, 2010
Government Forcibly Exhumes Bodies from Village Graves
Government forcibly disinters local dead without prior communication with villagers, leading to armed clash.
January 11, 2010
New Law Against Protesting in China Attracts Protests
A new law titled “Handling Unacceptable Behaviors of the Petitioners” is being protested in a Chinese province.
December 1, 2009
Death Summons—Man Dies at Police Station
Jiang's wife, Gao Lianqiao found her husband at the police station tied to a chair and convulsing.
November 7, 2009
Artificial Snow in Beijing Delays Hundreds of Flights
Chinese scientists tinkering with weather caused millions of tons of snow to fall on Beijing over the weekend.
November 4, 2009
Thousands Protest Trash Incinerators in Southern China
Tens of thousands in Southern China protested garbage incinerators being built too close to where they live
October 26, 2009
Over 2,000 Protest Arrests, Pollution in Village
Protest over arrests and pollution. School children suffer from coughing, sore throats, dizziness, chest pain.
October 24, 2009
Diseased Pig Meat Sold in China
Large-scale outbreak of hog cholera Zhegiang Province over past two months has been ignored by officials, say locals.
October 11, 2009
Appeal Ends With Death in Custody, Family Suspect Foul Play
A petitioner in China committed suicide say police—yet her family are convinced she was beaten to death in ...
October 10, 2009
Martial Law Enforced Around Tiananmen on National Day
On China's National Day, officials in Beijing intensified the city's security measures to prevent any disruptions.
September 30, 2009
Coal Workers Strike in Central China
Over 2,000 coal mine workers in Central China are on strike, but it has not been reported by ...
September 2, 2009
Beijing Bans Ceremonies Commemorating 20th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Massacre
2009 marks the 20th anniversary of the June 4th Tiananmen Square Massacre.
June 3, 2009
Shanghai Authorities Crack Down As June 4th Approaches
Human rights defenders in Shanghai have scheduled a protest in People's Park in Shanghai on May 27 to ...
May 28, 2009
Police Refuse to Help Petitioner Who Attempted Suicide
A petitioner from Liaoning Province, slit her wrists and tried to kill herself after being beaten up at ...
May 24, 2009
Beijing Protest Draws Nearly a Thousand
Several petitioners protested on the top of an abandoned building on a busy Beijing...
May 14, 2009
Petitioners Demanding Human Rights Block Roads in Beijing
On May 7, over a thousand petitioners spontaneously joined in protest near the Bejing South Railway Station over ...
May 13, 2009
Appellants Sought by Chinese Regime for Protesting in Beijing University
Officials are now on the lookout for appellants who recently went to Beijing University to protest.
April 26, 2009
Chinese Police Suppress Parents Demonstration for Missing Children
On April 15, over 30 parents of missing children staged a march in Dongguan City of Guangdong Province ...
April 21, 2009
Thousands on Strike for Over Seven Days in Baoding, Hebei Province
For seven consecutive days, workers at the Yimian Group in Baoding, Hebei Province, have staged a large-scale strike.
April 9, 2009
Man Beaten to Death by Chinese City Management
An old man in China's Jiangxi Province was beaten to death by City Management officials who...
April 1, 2009
Petitioners Drop Ten Thousand Leaflets from Building in Downtown Beijing
On March 11 nearly twenty petitioners dropped ten thousand leaflets from a ten-story building into a crowded downtown ...
March 14, 2009
Beijing on Highest Security Alert During CCP’s Two Sessions
Beijing has been put under the highest security alert in history during the Two Sessions.
March 8, 2009
Self-Immolation on Tiananmen Square During First Day of National People’s Congress
Woman from Jinlin self-immolates on Tiananmen Square on first day of National People's Congress.
March 6, 2009
2,000 Petitioners Assembled in Beijing, One Suicide
One petitioner committed suicide in front of the Beijing government building, where thousands had gathered to appeal.
February 26, 2009
Chinese Regime Covers Up Foot and Mouth Disease Outbreak
A foot and mouth disease (FMD) outbreak in central China led to the slaughter of over 12,000 dairy ...
February 22, 2009
Over 1,000 Petitioners Gather in Shanghai After New Year Holidays
Over 1,000 petitioners gathered in front of the Complaint Office of the Shanghai government on Feb. 4, the ...
February 15, 2009
Health: New Behavioral Vaccines Raise Unsettling Questions
Senate Candidate in Pennsylvania Files Lawsuit Forcing Mail-In Ballots Without Handwritten Date to Be Counted
Texas Moms Demand Revision of Textbook That Encourages Withholding Info From Parents
Airbnb Announces Domestic Business Withdrawal From China
US Starts Process to Release Vaccine for Monkeypox: CDC
Mimi Nguyen Ly
DC Attorney General Sues Zuckerberg Over Cambridge Analytica Data Breach Scandal
Theories Emerge for Mysterious Liver Illnesses in Children
The Associated Press
Jack Posobiec Detained by Police at World Economic Forum in Davos
Rep. Madison Cawthorn Under Investigation by House Ethics Committee
Mimi Nguyen Ly
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