Chinese authorities want key cities free of petitioners on the 90th anniversary of the Communist Party.
China meets with an alleged war criminal in what some say is a 'show of solidarity' by authoritarian regimes.
China's army veterans say they are being treated unfairly by the Communist Party.
Premier Wen Jiabao says the EU should respect China's chosen political system.
China arrests a Catholic bishop appointed by the Vatican.
Beijing expects the release to defuse rights criticism as the prime minister visits Europe.
The Chinese authorities may not have enough evidence to go public about the outspoken government critic's alleged crimes.
Authorities detain dozens of Tibetans following anti-China demonstrations.
Rights groups question arbitrary actions of Chinese authorities.
Chinese official media says he will face trial for 'economic crimes.'
A former elected chief in China is targeted after calling for transparency from local officials.
China is hedging its bets in the Libyan conflict.
Critics say South China Sea implies Chinese ownership of the disputed waters.
An increase in available domain names may weaken China’s Great Firewall.
His disappearance is linked to moves by popular microbloggers to stand as independent candidates in local elections.
A group of laid-off workers use former political songs to evoke the ideals of China's socialist beginnings.
Chinese authorities have held Ai Weiwei for months without a formal charge.
Chinese authorities detain Zeng Jinyan a week before the scheduled release of her husband.
Nationalistic fervor among young Vietnamese and in the Chinese military ramp up tensions in the South China Sea.
Song lands student in trouble.
China detains a rights attorney while an EU delegation visits Beijing.
Massive flooding in southern China follows drought in many regions.
A land grab by developers sparks another 'mass incident' in China.
Shenzhen traffic police are linked to fraudulent car insurance claims.
China fails in following up to help children harmed by lead poisoning, report says.
Angry residents force a company to postpone installation of high-voltage electricity cables near their houses.
Analysts say discrimination against migrant workers will lead to unrest across China.
China says it will not employ military might in settling maritime disputes.
Authorities round up more protesters after three days of riots in southern China.
A dispute between security guards and a migrant couple escalate into mass riots.