A court rules against the plaintiff in China's first employment-related HIV-discrimination suit.
Ahead of the Dec. 10 Nobel Prize presentation ceremony, jailed recipient Liu Xiaobo's supporters face a travel ban.
But China's Communist Party still honors Cultural Revolution instigator Mao Zedong.
Authorities refuse bail for a detained elected village chief championing land rights in a southwestern Chinese province.
Supporters are devastated by the harsh sentence handed down to a Chinese child advocate.
Chinese authorities announce new restrictions in the lead up to the Asian Games.
China-Japan tensions over a territorial dispute refuse to die down following leaked video footage of a ship collision.
Ahead of the Asian Games, China clamps down on unofficial Protestant 'house church' meetings.
Western leaders on trips to China are told not to emphasize trade over human rights
In one Chinese city, officials jailed for graft are "rewarded" on their release by the people whose bribes they took.
But China pressures European representatives not to participate.
A Chinese activist detained for supporting children sickened by milk formula awaits his sentence.
Residents clash with authorities over inadequate compensation.
An official journal says media reforms will bring about the collapse of China.
Activists in the Chinese territory of Hong Kong express their support for a jailed Nobel laureate.
Chinese officials restrict the travel of two rights lawyers and detain a third.
The family of a missing rights activist calls for increased pressure on the Chinese government.
China is urged to halt imports of endangered wood.
A state media article suggests Chinese politics should remain on course.
Chinese who complain about official wrongdoing face 'treatment' in mental hospitals.
The brothers of a jailed Chinese laureate hope to accept the Nobel peace prize on his behalf.
Nationalist demonstrations spread throughout China over a territorial dispute.
Nobel laureates lobby on behalf of a jailed Chinese prize recipient.
Gender equality in China's countryside lags far behind the progress made in urban areas.
Dozens are held on their way to a land protest in southwestern China.
A labor rights group warns that more unrest is likely if Chinese workers are denied the right to negotiate with employers.
No new political reforms emerge from key talks among China's ruling Communist Party leaders.
A promotion for China's vice president all but guarantees his pick as the country's next leader.
A new report says China's human rights situation worsened in 2010.
A wave of nationalist sentiment rocks China following an incident in the East China Sea.