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China Rural Dissident in Detention, Says Family
BEIJING - A Chinese rural activist whose campaign against coercive family planning stirred international concern was apparently in ...
March 13, 2006
Amnesty Says China Police Detain Hundreds
BEIJING - Chinese police have rounded up hundreds of petitioners who converged on Beijing to air grievances during ...
March 8, 2006
China Detains Two Underground Catholic Priests
BEIJING — Chinese police detained two underground Roman Catholic priests this week and has held a 70-year-old bishop ...
February 25, 2006
China Vice Premier, a Jiang Ally, Has Cancer
BEIJING — Chinese Vice-Premier Huang Ju, ranked sixth in the Communist Party hierarchy, has been diagnosed with cancer, ...
February 22, 2006
Internet Muck-raker Challenges China's Censors
BEIJING — Chinese Communist Party elders and U.S. lawmakers fired shots at China's powerful censors this week, but ...
February 17, 2006
China Hydro-Dams Leave Locals Poorer
BEIJING - A massive hydro-electric scheme in western China has left locals poor and discontented, a researcher at ...
February 15, 2006
Valentine's Means Double Eyelid Happiness in China
SHANGHAI - Why proffer roses or chocolate when you can serve up the perfect face for your sweetheart ...
February 13, 2006
China's Three Gorges Dam Project to Finish by May
BEIJING - China's Three Gorges Dam, the world's largest hydroelectricity project, is expected to be completed by May, ...
February 6, 2006
China Protester Forcibly Admitted to Psychiatric Hospital
BEIJING - A woman who protested against forced evictions in Shanghai, China's rapidly modernising commercial hub, has been ...
January 21, 2006
Ice Thaw Could Create New Toxic Slick in China
BEIJING - The spring thaw could release more toxins into the water from a Chinese chemical explosion last ...
January 14, 2006
Star Chinese Scholar Accused of Copying Dissident
BEIJING - Censors have told Chinese media to stop discussing plagiarism claims against the Communist Party's star legal ...
January 2, 2006
Reporter Held In China To Have Case Brought Within Days
BEIJING- A Singapore Straits Times reporter arrested in China on charges of spying will have his case referred ...
December 28, 2005
China Sends Carbon to Russia to Fight Chinese Toxic Spill
BEIJING - China has sent Russia a second batch of activated carbon to help mitigate the effects of ...
December 27, 2005
China Democracy Advocate Jailed 12 Years
BEIJING - A Chinese court has sentenced dissident Xu Wanping to 12 years in prison for "incitement to ...
December 26, 2005
Christmas Fire Kills at Least 26 in South China Bar
BEIJING - A Christmas day fire gutted a bar in south China, killing at least 26 people and ...
December 25, 2005
China Construction Site Gas Blast Kills 42
BEIJING — A gas blast at a construction site in China 's southwestern province of Sichuan has killed ...
December 23, 2005
China Priests, Nuns, Lock Themselves in Building
BEIJING - Chinese police have surrounded a group of Catholic priests and nuns who have refused to leave ...
December 21, 2005
Amnesty Fears Chinese Lawyer Beaten in Prison
BEIJING — A Chinese lawyer jailed after helping Shanghai residents seek compensation for evictions may have been beaten ...
December 15, 2005
China Truck Crashes Spark Chemical Scares
BEIJING - Three southern Chinese cities were struck by chemical spill scares this week following traffic accidents involving ...
December 9, 2005
China to Hint at Full HK Democracy by 2017
HONG KONG - Beijing is likely to hint at the possibility of giving full democracy to Hong Kong ...
December 7, 2005
New China Flu Death May Mean Bird Cases Undetected
BEIJING- A Chinese village where a 10-year-old girl fell ill with bird flu had not reported any poultry ...
December 7, 2005
Chinese Police Open Fire On Villagers
BEIJING - Chinese police opened fire on villagers protesting against the lack of compensation for land lost to ...
December 7, 2005
China Formally Shuts Down Outspoken Lawyer's Firm
BEIJING – The Chinese government on Friday formally closed a law firm that made a name for itself ...
December 2, 2005
Quake in East China Kills 14
BEIJING - An earthquake killed 14 people, injured nearly 400 and destroyed 8,500 homes in Jiangxi province in ...
November 26, 2005
China Says Boy Tests Positive for Bird Flu
BEIJING - A senior Chinese official says H5N1 antibodies have been detected in a nine-year-old boy in Hunan ...
November 16, 2005
Thousands Evacuated After China Chemical Blast
BEIJING – Explosions at a chemical plant in the northeastern city of Jilin injured more than 30 people ...
November 13, 2005
China Reports New Bird Flu Outbreak in Northeast
BEIJING - China has reported a new outbreak of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu in poultry ...
November 11, 2005
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Rep. Ilhan Omar’s Republican Opponent Raises Concerns About Pattern of Traffic Violations
Chinese Funded Coal-Fired Power Plants Faces Rejection in Kenya
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Heat Wave to Hit Much of the US With the Hottest Temperatures in Years
Strong Quake Hits Near Greek Capital of Athens, Sparks Fear
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US Indo-Pacific Commander: China Is Assaulting International Rules of Order
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