More than 300 articles mentioning the Cultural Revolution, Tibet, Taiwan, and Tiananmen are removed from its Chinese-language website.
Joshua Wong, Nathan Law and Alex Chow are handed jail terms of up to eight months after the government called for harsher penalties linked to a prior public order offense.
Taghirsyz Dawutkhan was tortured for a confession and jailed with no access to a lawyer, his friends say.
Wong says the same judges who jailed 13 activists this week after they had served their initial sentences will hand down a verdict in his case.
Churches are raided, believers harassed and jailed, U.S. State Department says.
The department of justice retrospectively defines their protest as a riot, sending 12 people to jail for more than a year.
Gao Zhisheng, recently under house arrest in the northern province of Shaanxi, hasn't been seen or heard of since Sunday, amid growing fears for his safety.
Activists say the authorities are embarrassed that they have been unable to wring a 'confession' from Wu Gan, who has previously reported being tortured in police detention.
Analysts say denials by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) mask a deeper reality of political pressure and self-censorship.
A retired doctor who blew the whistle on the compulsory doping of Chinese athletes seeks political asylum with her family in Germany, citing fears for her life and health.
The government wants to see the removal of all ‘terrorist content, fake news and pornography’ from WeChat, Sina Weibo and Baidu’s Tieba forum.
Friends say they are worried about Gao Zhisheng's health and safety under close surveillance by China's state security police.
Stranded tourists 'still waiting for transportation' as temperatures fall and rescue teams dig through landslides all along rescue route.
Ethnic minority Kazakh residents of China's Xinjiang say the authorities are continuing to issue restrictions targeting their community.
Local residents and tourists alike slept out on the street for fear of being trapped, as the area was rocked by aftershocks.
While Beijing has vowed to enforce a ban on North Korean exports worth more than US $1 billion, President Xi Jinping faces vested interests closer to home.
Residents of the southeastern port city of Xiamen say they will likely gain nothing from President Xi Jinping's maritime Silk Road trade strategy.