Documents point to Chinese leaders' involvement in cyberattacks and unhappiness with North Korea.
Chinese authorities remove evidence and deny knowledge of an assault on a man protesting illegal evictions.
But Chinese authorities seize activist's writings and keep him under close watch at home.
Chinese authorities detain an activist for posting a photo of the 1989 pro-democracy protests.
Ahead of his release after a 12-year jail term, pro-democracy activist Qin Yongmin's bank account is frozen.
China protests the joint exercises to be held following North Korea's artillery attacks on a South Korean island.
Rights campaigners raise public awareness of Chinese blind activist's case.
Beijing defends the forced ordination of a state-sponsored bishop which has offended the Vatican.
Speculations fly over jailed Chinese peace prize laureate Liu Xiaobo ahead of the Dec. 10 Oslo award ceremony.
A jailed campaigner for stricken children in China may be feared as a 'rallying point' against authorities.
Chinese family planning officials detain and sterilize a woman following the birth of her second child.
The 2010 Nobel ceremony would mark the first time in more than 70 years that no one has collected the award for a recipient.
Chinese authorities target an ethnic Mongolian writer ahead of the release of a prominent activist.
Diversion underscores growing number of attacks on vulnerable U.S. networks.
A father in a northern Chinese province is held after fighting for compensation for his daughter who fell ill from a tainted vaccine.
A U.S. panel recommends measures to deal with growing threats from China.
Rescue efforts and building safety in China come under focus after a massive Shanghai apartment fire.
Two groups of Chinese teachers travel to Beijing to demand better working conditions.
A new report warns that China's arsenal is capable of destroying five U.S. East Asian bases.
A Chinese court sends a bride-to-be to toil in a labor camp for anti-Japanese rhetoric.
Residents of southern China are forced to make way for the Asian Games.
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