Malaysia Airlines says 153 of the 227 passengers on flight MH370 were Chinese.
Many areas of the premier's traditional portfolio are being taken over by a power-hungry president, observers say.
Eyewitnesses say evidence of her protest was quickly cleared from the scene.
A newspaper backed by the ruling Chinese Communist Party names Zhou Yongkang for the first time.
A prominent website founder is jailed after he vowed to keep posting articles online during the parliament meeting.
The first year of Xi Jinping's presidency was a 'nightmare' for government critics, a rights group says.
Beijing could adopt an even harder line, spurred by public grief and outrage at the killing of innocent people, analysts say.
Beijing blames 'separatist forces' in Xinjiang for the attack.
The move comes amid fears that right-wing rhetoric in Japan will deny the massacre took place.
Speculation is mounting that a formal announcement could come soon.
But the U.S. report salutes 'the awesomely courageous acts of individuals' in expanding the cause of human rights.
The student is designated an 'unstable element' after joining demonstrations and trying to document corrupt practices by security guards.
The climate is worsening for anyone trying to complain about the government, activists say.
The man says heavy pollution has put his health at risk and caused him economic losses.
The attack has prompted renewed calls for the city's traditional freedoms to be protected.
Northern China has been choking under a smog blanket for days, sparking stinging online satire and criticism.
Her husband says the sentence shows might has triumphed over the rule of law.