The announcement comes after U.S. President Donald Trump signs an executive order that will likely outlaw the use of Huawei components by U.S. companies.
One of U.S. Coast Guard’s most modern ships takes part in exercises.
Critics of proposed changes to the city's extradition laws say it will mean anyone living in or passing through the city could be targeted by China's legal system.
Any employee of an institution linked to the People's Liberation Army could be subject to tougher curbs when seeking a US research or study visa.
Grace Meng, also known as Gao Ge, says she fears abduction by Chinese agents, even in Europe.
Lawmakers protest outside the office of the city's chief executive as a former government employee files for a judicial review.
Parents of children who died in the collapse of the Juyuan High School are beaten after they try to hang up protest banners at the site of the memorial.
Wang Quanzhang's wife Li Wenzu has repeated her demand to be allowed to visit her husband in Shandong's Linyi Prison.
“The real solution of the problem lies in development,” said Chinese Ambassador Zhang Zuo.
The member of the Eastern Lightning sect, also known as the Church of Almighty God, is handed a four-year jail term for 'using an evil cult to undermine the law.'
Chen Jiahong is under criminal detention in Guangxi on suspicion of 'incitement to subvert state power,' and has been denied access to a defense attorney.
“The project is at the formative stage,” Mahbubul Hoq, Atomic Energy Commission chief, tells BenarNews.
Exercise supports freedom of navigation when China claims much of the waterway, naval officials say.
Investment chief: Issues with high-speed rail project in Indonesia are “being fixed.”
Opposition lawmakers are manhandled from the Legislative Council chamber after calling Carrie Lam a liar, and demanding the withdrawal of the proposals.
Rights lawyer Liu Shuqing was suddenly judged 'unqualified' to teach after he wrote about government regulation of lawyers and the abuse of official power on social media.
The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission says the proposed amendments could make life harder for pro-democracy politicians and activists.
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou is due in court on Wednesday, while the appeal against Robert Schellenberg's death sentence will be heard on Thursday.
The Ministry of Education has launched a five-year training plan requiring all institutions to train teachers of political ideology.
Liu Xia speaks for the first time about her grief over the loss of Liu Xiaobo at the opening of an exhibition of her photographs in Germany.
Pro-democracy lawmakers use filibustering to slow the passage of amendments that will allow the rendition of people living in, or passing through, Hong Kong to China.
Supreme Court’s ruling prompted by petition filed by fishermen and environmental activists.
Xie Qiang, also known by his pen-name Ma Xiao, said via social media that he had received an unexpected phone call from the authorities.
The jail writes to Wang Quanzhang's family saying visiting services have been suspended due to renovation work at the jail.
Since President Xi Jinping took power in 2012, media freedom has declined to the point where no meaningful reporting can be done, former investigative journalists say.
Hong Kong is the only city in China where mass, public commemoration of the 1989 military crackdown still takes place.
Taiwan's president says the island will never give up its freedom and democracy, as officials warn of fake news coming out of China.
Authorities in the central Chinese province of Henan arrested the prominent parent campaigner after she helped to organized protests over faulty vaccines.
Fan Wei is sentenced to death for drug smuggling, while Mark Swidan receives a death sentence suspended for two years.
The Chinese president is seeking to rebrand a movement for scientific and democratic progress as patriotic love for the ruling Communist Party.