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Nearly 700 Americans’ Data Captured in Giant Chinese Surveillance Sweep
Information on nearly 700 Americans was flagged on a secret Chinese security watchlist during their visits to Shanghai, according to a leaked database seen by The Epoch Times. The list ...
April 10, 2021
Lawyer Forced to Flee China After Helping Homeowners Sue State-Owned Developers Still Faces Persecution
A Chinese lawyer still faces persecution two years after he fled to the UK to avoid prosecution after ...
October 13, 2020
CCP Virus Paralyzes Public Security Bureau in Shulan City
Honest News Straight to Your Home. Try the Epoch Times yourself, and get a free gift. Shulan city, ...
June 14, 2020
Chinese Court Sentences Police Officers Complicit in Raiding Ancient Tombs
Shanxi Province is part of the ancient Chinese heartland. Home to the capitals of multiple dynasties and kingdoms, ...
September 18, 2018
Banner at Official Conference in China Calls for Crackdown on Press
Security officials in China invited reporters to a meeting encouraging a crackdown on the press.
February 3, 2016
Political Boss in China’s Henan Province Targeted
Qin Yuhai, Party Secretary and vice director of the standing committee of the National People’s Congress in Henan, ...
September 26, 2014
Online ‘Strike Hard’ Campaign Begins in Inner Mongolia
Fifty-two people from China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region have been detained for unapproved online activity in recent weeks ...
September 5, 2013
Wronged Chinese Policemen Join Petitioners in Beijing
Former policemen who say they were persecuted by the communist regime gathered in Beijing with other petitioners to ...
April 3, 2013
Chinese Security Official Sacked Over Son’s Transgressions and Cover-Up
A public security official in Shanxi Province has been sacked after he used his position and strong-arm tactics ...
December 13, 2012
Chinese Student Spy Defects to Australia
A decision to grant asylum to a former spy unmasks a broad network of operators used to monitor ...
July 27, 2012
Beijing Police Back Off Petitioner Round-Ups
Beijing police appear to be taking a new hands-off approach in dealing with petitioners who arrive from out ...
July 23, 2012
Foreign Policy Poses Challenges for Chinese Leader’s Meeting With Obama
In foreign policy talks between People’s Republic of China’s Vice-Chair Xi Jinping and President Obama on Tuesday at ...
February 13, 2012
Beijing Makes Net Cafes Spy on Its Behalf
The Chinese Public Security Bureau is trying to force Internet cafes with wireless to set up an expensive ...
July 27, 2011
Police Director’s Son Kills Girl in Drunken Hit Run
Li Qiming, the driver, when pulled over by campus security boasted that his father was a public security ...
October 23, 2010
Three Judges Die in Gunshot Incident in Southeastern China
Three judges and the suspect have died in a shooting incident in Southeastern China; three others are injured.
June 2, 2010
Epoch Times Staff
Republicans Gohmert, Clyde Sue Pelosi Over Metal Detector Fines
Hospital Workers Appeal Ruling That Dismissed Vaccine Mandate Lawsuit
Supreme Court Rejects Another Election Lawsuit; Targeted California’s Voting Process
Portland Rioter Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison
Arizona Senate Audit Liaison Disputes Report Claiming Hundreds of Thousands of Ballots Missing
Supreme Court Upholds Conviction of 2 Charlottesville Rioters
Pelosi Claims Manchin Could Ultimately Back Voting Reform Bill
Texas Newspaper Won’t Give Description of Suspect in Shooting Due to ‘Stereotypes’
Low-level Crack Offenders Are Not Covered Under First Step Act, Says Unanimous Supreme Court
NATO Toughens Stance on Chinese Regime, Says Beijing Presents ‘Systemic Challenge’
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