Dozens more Taiwanese are still due to be sent to mainland China from Kenya, officials say.
Local residents are demanding the closure of three alumina smelting plants as people get sick and livestock die in large numbers.
But the veterans of the 2014 Occupy Central movement say independence may not be an immediate option for the city.
Activist Xie Wenfei shouted 'Build a democratic China!" and "Down with the Communist Party!" throughout the brief hearing.
Author Tian Yu had allegedly compared first lady Peng Liyuan to an early Chinese empress.
While all content related to the massive leak is deleted, analysts say it is only a matter of time before the details trickle into the country.
Amnesty International says 'thousands' were likely put to death in China in 2015.
Police also arrest an outspoken 'localist' activist who called for the removal of mainland Chinese books from the city's libraries.
A former high-ranking official hits out at 'selective enforcement' of the law on illegal structures.
Petitioners say the authorities are well aware that they haven't received promised payouts, but do nothing to help.
The Communist Party's powerful propaganda arm orders the deletion of reports on leaked documents from Mossack Fonseca.
Workers say they aren't being fairly compensated for planned layoffs at the plant.
Activists are targeted by police ahead of a traditional grave-sweeping festival.
A global investigation into a Panamanian law firm reveals the names of at least eight current or former politburo leaders who may have parked money overseas.
Gao Yu says the authorities acted illegally in demolishing her garden, singling her out from among her neighbors.
A legal assistance fund has already announced it will stop running as a result of new controls on fundraising.
A city-wide monthly quota for non-resident treatment is filled on the first day of April.
Government officials slam calls for the city's independence from fledgling political party.