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Thousands Appeal Against Corruption in Yantai City
CHINA—About 2,000 people gathered outside the Municipal People's Congress in Yantai City, Shandong Province to protest government corruption ...
May 31, 2007
Brother and Sister Appeal on Tiananmen for Release of Mother
On May 6, two young appellants, Xing Mei and Xing Jian from Henan Province arrived at Tiananmen Square ...
May 14, 2007
Forced Relocation Causes Indignation of Thousands
CHINA—On May 7 at about 9:00 p.m., the local communist regime in Hangzhou sent a group of workers ...
May 12, 2007
Government Officials Supervise Forced Eviction of Private Residents
CHINA—On the morning of April 19, in China's southeast city of Hangzhou, Shangcheng District Deputy District Governor Liu ...
April 25, 2007
'Heaven Eliminates the CCP' Slogans Appear Everywhere
Hunan democracy advocate Mr. He Weihua recently wrote an article titled "Heaven Eliminates the CCP" Slogans Appear Everywhere; ...
April 12, 2007
Petitioners Return to Beijing after Chinese Congress Sessions
CHINA—After the Chinese Congress Sessions in Beijing, petitioners that had been forcibly repatriated to their home towns returned ...
April 10, 2007
Chongqing Writer Quits the CCP Joining 20 Million Withdrawals
CHINA—Gu Wanjiu, a freelance writer from Chongqing City, China, states proudly that he quit the Chinese Communist Party ...
March 29, 2007
Retired Military Officer Battles Cancer and Fights for Rights
Wang Shengzhu, a former military officer in China's Yantan City, Shandong Province awaits his long-delayed wages and welfare, ...
March 28, 2007
Veteran Arrested on Tiananmen Square for Appealing
Since the Chinese Communist Party's National People's Congress has been in session, measures have been taken by the ...
March 13, 2007
77-Year-Old Woman Sentenced to Two Years
On the morning of February 26, 77-year old Shuang Shuying, was sentenced to two years and fined 2,000 ...
March 1, 2007
Man Threatens to Ignite Himself to Protest Illegal Demolition
On Feb 5, the Pingan Demolition and Eviction Company in Jiangsu Province's Yangzhou City attempted to forcefully demolish ...
February 9, 2007
Authorities Forcefully Expropriate Farmers' Land in Zhejiang Province
Farmers and the local government in towns around Cixi city, Zhejiang Province failed to reach an agreement over ...
November 22, 2006
Two Thousand Villagers Urge Freedom for Representative
On November 9, Chen Qian, a representative of villagers in Dongzhou Town, Shanwei City, Guangdong Province was arrested ...
November 13, 2006
Member of Pan-Blue Coalition Arrested
At 11:30AM on November 7, 2006, the National Security Guard of Changsha City, Hunan Province arrested Zhang Zilin, ...
November 11, 2006
Thugs Kill Villager in Xi'an Forced Demolition Conflict
CHINA—Mid-September and conflicts have flared up again in Liangjiajie Village, Xi'an City, in northeast China. Since the end ...
October 3, 2006
Fishermen Struggle For Livelihood
Recently, Huguang village, East Lake Management District, Wuhan City, China started directly taking over the management of all ...
September 30, 2006
Pan-Blue Alliance Labeled as Illegal Organization
On the eve of September 18, the Pan-blue Alliance had scheduled ceremonies in more than six provinces for ...
September 23, 2006
China Democracy Party Founder Tortured in Prison
CHINA – One of the founders of the China Democracy Party was released from seven years in prison ...
September 19, 2006
Independent Election Candidate Campaign Thwarted
CHINA – Sun Buer, leader of the China Pan-Blue Coalition, and members Wan Li and Ni Jiangfeng have ...
September 15, 2006
Blind Human Rights Activist Arrested on Criminal Charges
Mr. Chen Guangcheng, a renowned Chinese human rights activist from Shandong Province, had been under house arrest for ...
June 14, 2006
Journalist Tried for Revealing Corruption
Yang Xiaoqing, a reporter for the China Industrial Economy News (China Chanjing News), was charged with blackmail and ...
May 21, 2006
Two Thousand Shanwei Villagers Commemorating 70 Massacred
On April 3, 2006, about 2,000 villagers from Dongzhou Village, Shanwei, mourned their dead family members at the ...
April 5, 2006
Several Thousand Police Suppress Chinese Villagers
At 8 a.m. on March 22, 2006, local officials led several thousand armed police into Baijiawang Village in ...
March 28, 2006
Disabled Man Protests the Demolition of His House
Buried beneath the glittering skyscrapers of booming Shanghai are countless stories of the miseries of families whose houses ...
February 20, 2006
Guangdong: Thousands of Armed Police Attack Village, One Person Killed
Barely more than a month after police massacred protesting villagers at Shanwei village , police in China again ...
January 17, 2006
Shanwei Residents Seek International Help to Protect Safety of Wounded
On December 21, 16 days after the Shanwei massacre, residents of Dongzhou Town, Shanwei City have gradually calmed ...
December 22, 2005
Thousands Were Dispatched to Suppress Farmers Who Lost Land
SICHUAN, CHINA - Farmers from the No. 1 commune in Jiefang Village, Anyue County, Sichuan Province still have ...
November 20, 2005
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