Government representatives 'try to change the conversation,' one rights group says.
Their finding differs from that of a recent report by Save the Children which cites a higher figure.
If the students do not take part in the campaign, they cannot re-enroll in their universities.
Authorities in Xinjiang put scissors to skirts in public to enforce a ban on long skirts worn by ethnic minorities.
Six people, including Chen Jieren, his wife and brothers are being held incommunicado under a draconian new investigatory system.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party has ordered the removal of public images of President Xi Jinping in an apparent bid to prevent similar protests.
They help move families to higher ground and rescue what they can of their household goods and belongings.
William Nguyen's sister says she is 'prepared for the worst.'
She urges militias that have signed the government’s cease-fire accord to discussion outside of formal conference settings.
Three years after his disappearance, Wang is allegedly visited by a colleague in a Tianjin detention center.
Liu Xia's brother remains vulnerable to jailing by the ruling Chinese Communist Party, should she act in a way that displeases Beijing.
Local authorities issue top-level emergency warnings as the mountainous region is threatened by flooding and landslides.