The Rohingya fled displaced persons camps in Rakhine state in hopes of getting more food and finding work.
The country's internet regulator orders service providers to clamp down on users, as police encourage citizens to inform on their neighbors.
Lumbrokinase from the North smuggled into ports in the South through China
Police hand down an "administrative punishment" to rights lawyer Sun Shihua after she complained about a beating and strip search at their hands.
Beijing’s moves in South China Sea threaten sovereignty of nations, Mike Pence says.
Chanting “we won’t go back,” hundreds of refugees protested while none agreed to leave.
Bishop Peter Shao of Wenzhou has been taken to an unknown location amid pressure for him to join a state-sponsored body in charge of Chinese Catholics.
Authorities try to clear out the remaining residents of Con Dau parish to make more room for an ecotourism project.
Reasoned judgments allow parties to prepare for higher appeals and promote transparency, CCHR says.
The protest comes as a U.S. congressional report hits out at a string of recent blows to the city's traditional freedoms of speech, association and publication.