Rights activists say the crackdown has centered on supporters of evictee Fan Mugen, jailed in 2015 for killing two demolition gang members.
Local residents are complaining that they had 10 days' notice to be relocated miles away, and no agreement over compensation.
The match comes at the height of bilateral tensions over the deployment of a U.S. missile defense system by Seoul.
The complaints comes as diplomats from 11 countries call for a probe into 'credible' allegations of torture during the crackdown.
Wang Zang's wife Wang Liqin has been left severely traumatized by repeated official harassment and needs urgent psychiatric care.
The demolitions begin after local residents complain of threats and intimidation amid a long-running bid to save village land.
The government has refused to explain the nonpayment of the subsidies, which compensate herders for loss of their traditional grazing lands.
Lee Ming-cheh had traveled to the southern Chinese province of Guangdong for medical advice regarding a relative, but failed to show up at the Macau airport arrival hall.
Officials told the mother of U.S.-based activist Zhuang Liehong that they would send someone to assassinate him for speaking out on behalf of villagers.
All seven members of China's Politburo standing committee honor Hu Yaobang's wife Li Zhao at a revolutionary cemetery in Beijing.
The defendants were found guilty of throwing glass bottles and bamboo poles at police, leading the court to hand down 'deterrent' sentences.
An activist from neighboring Guangxi manages to sneak past 'six or seven layers' of security to find out what is happening in a village still under lockdown.
Zhao Suli has been missing for nearly two years with no news of her whereabouts, well-being or legal status.
Regional editors are punished for a typo that left the character for 'strong' out of Premier Li Keqiang's name.
Su Changlan is awarded the third Cao Shunli Memorial Award for her advocacy of the rights of rural communities, and particularly rural women and girls.
Wang Fengyun is taken in a comatose state from her hospital bed by police after being beaten unconscious, while three relatives who complain are also held.
Wang Fengyun is in hospital after being beaten unconscious by police at a court in Inner Mongolia's Duolun county.
But the government is also worried that sporadic protests could spark a mass, popular movement that it would be unable to control.
The country's online shopping site Taobao has warned sellers they will be penalised for selling anything published overseas.
Refugees are still pouring into the southwestern Chinese province of Yunnan where they are housed in camps.
The closures appear on the surface to be unofficial, but China's anger over a U.S. missile defense shield is very public.
Women don historical student costumes to honor feminists from the May Fourth era of the 1920s on International Women's Day.
The government has failed to set up a mechanism to enable the authorities to implement protections for victims.
While the omission of defense budget details grabs headlines, domestic security spending is even murkier, activists and analysts say.
Police accuse protesters of damaging the hammer-and-sickle flag, then criminally detain a woman with no word of her son's fate.
Beijing says it will have the final say over who gets the top job, amid widespread allegations of behind-the-scenes lobbying.
The lawyers are calling on China's parliament to tighten up guidelines on the storage and administration of vaccines.
The ban appears to be unofficial and has yet to be implemented evenly across the whole country.
Authorities seal off Tiananmen Square and detain petitioners in large numbers ahead of the opening of the annual parliamentary sessions.
Xie Yang's lawyer says he 'stands by every word' of his client's account of torture in detention.