Marchers burn a poster of a speech by President Xi Jinping calling on the island to let itself be ruled by the Chinese Communist Party.
British policy towards China 'risks prioritizing economic considerations ... over national security,' a parliamentary report finds.
Ethnic Mongolian activist Xinna describes a violent assault on the part of a plainclothes officer assigned to follow her.
The daughter of late ousted premier Zhao Ziyang says she expects to see justice for the victims of the Tiananmen massacre one day.
The democratic island's military says it is increasing its combat readiness day-by-day and doesn't fear war.
China clearly violated Philippine sovereignty, Manila says.
Chen Bing likely receives a harsher sentence for refusing to cooperate with official demands during his detention.
Zhang Yujing initially said she was there to use the pool, but had no swimwear and was found to be carrying a USB drive containing malware.
Journalists fear for their safety, while lawyers' associations warn that lawmakers deliberately ruled out such renditions in 1997 on human rights grounds.
The security adviser says China’s actions undermine its efforts to unify Taiwan with the mainland.
Zhang is handed a suspended jail term after a trial at the Chengdu Intermediate People's Court lasting less than one hour.
Chen Jiangang is under a travel ban after he exposed detailed accounts of torture suffered in detention by a client and by a fellow attorney.
A presidential spokesman said 275 ships have been spotted near Pag-asa island in 2019.
Activists and democratic politicians say claims of human rights safeguards are meaningless when there is no rule of law in China.
Fu Hailu has yet to be reunited with his family after receiving a three-year jail term, suspended for five years.
At the time of his punishment, Tang Yun had been teaching a class about the revolutionary writer Lu Xun.
Pang Zhiyong is the latest internet user to be targeted under draconian rules targeting those who evade government censorship.
Wang Yu, a prominent human rights lawyer initially held in a July 2015 operation targeting the profession, is prevented from entering the US Embassy in Beijing.
The meeting occurred a week after ex-officials filed a complaint with the ICC to protect fishing rights.
Before being detained, Yang Zhengjun, Wei Zhili and Ke Chengbing helped a group of migrant workers with a pneumoconiosis compensation claim.
Shouwang Church, which previously had been prevented from using its indoor premises, had been meeting outdoors and at different venues in the city for study and worship.
Lu Wei pleaded guilty at his trial last year to taking tens of millions of yuan in bribes.
Amnesty International says in a new report that human rights protections in the city deteriorated last year.
Beijing could take over Reed Bank if country fails to make payments, judge says.
He Fangmei is being held under criminal detention in Henan after her detention outside the National Health Commission last month.
Xu Zhangrun has been barred from teaching or counseling students after he hit out at the president's strong-arm approach to power.
Chai Xiaoming is being held under "residential surveillance at a designated location" and has yet to see a lawyer.
The reports emerge as a press freedom group warns that China is increasingly undermining freedom of speech and democracy around the world.
Four people have been in police detention for nearly three years over the bottles, which were reportedly never intended for public sale.
The alliance links nine elite schools to spread the 'sparks of revolution' across China, according to a statement.