Hada details years of torture by prison authorities, who were trying to make him confess to charges he still rejects.
Authorities tell the defense team the lack of access to case files is due to "special" circumstances.
The high court order comes as students end several days of hunger strike action.
New rules will seek to limit the use of transplant organs to those sourced from a voluntary register.
It sets the stage for the first ever trial of a former member of the Communist Party's Politburo Standing Committee.
Hada's wife says China's state security police are refusing to discuss his possible release next week.
The two countries jail the most netizens in the world.
Student leaders say they are trying to gauge how many people want to end the Occupy Central protest.
Hundreds of petitioners are detained for protesting outside a TV station on "National Constitution Day."
The nation’s approach to battling corruption is questioned.
US calls on Beijing and Hong Kong to work together on universal suffrage issue.
Analysts say the results will also be making Beijing very nervous.
They say they are turning themselves in to try to prevent additional clashes between protestors and police.
The Chinese government calls for opinions on a new piece of legislation aimed at protecting victims of domestic violence.
The activist had been invited to speak at an anti-discrimination event in the central city of Zhengzhou.
They say they will fast ‘indefinitely’ unless the government reopens dialogue.
Police fire pepper spray as protesters say the government must listen to the people.
Two mayoral seats to offer 'verdict' on president's policy of closer ties with communist-ruled China.
Lawyers are prevented from speaking during the public order trial of Guo Feixiong and Sun Desheng.
They had called for press freedom and greater government transparency.
Pro-democracy activists and politicians say the government used a limited civil injunction as a way of clearing the entire area.
Local reporters and rights activists say police targeting of the media is unacceptable.
Thousands of riot police move against crowds, clearing the last sections of street.
The students and their lawyer have rejected the charges against them at a court in Urumqi, Tohti's lawyer tweets.
Further operations to clear remaining protest sites are expected later this week.
The party columnist said those who toe the party line deserve a life of enslavement.
Mo Shaoping, who has considerable experience in subversion cases, has been brought in to defend Pu Zhiqiang.
Local authorities have silenced people from discussing the latest incident.
The outspoken reporter hits out at the quality of evidence submitted by state prosecutors.
Wang Mo is the latest of dozens held, as authorities clamp down on support for Occupy Central.