The Chinese authorities refuse to issue a visa to a New York Times reporter.
Chinese police drag a South Korean pastor away as he gives his sermon.
China 'reiterates' a widely ignored ban on abuses in its jails and prisons.
China grapples with growing calls for transparency.
Chinese workers demand compensation for work performed during a period of 'restructuring.'
Seventy-one intellectuals in China ask the country's new leaders to embrace moderate political reforms.
Chinese dissident had posted photos of the death scene of an activist declared a 'suicide' by authorities.
Chinese authorities round up petitioners and 'unofficial' worshippers during Christmas.
China moves to further tighten restrictions on Internet usage in 2012.
A Chinese campaigner for victims of the devastating 2008 Sichuan earthquake is ordered jailed for 'disrupting public order.'
The Chinese activist gets a severe punishment after complaining about beatings he received at a labor camp.
Chinese netizens are encouraged to send Christmas cards to incarcerated dissident Gao Zhisheng.
There is no letup in China's state control of the media.
Thousands of Chinese are drawn to countries that protect investments and uphold the rule of law.
China seeks to downplay concerns that the world will end this week amidst police clashes with members of a religious sect.
Chinese villagers in Hainan province are punished after they opposed plans to build a power station in their township.
Authorities reverse the convictions after the fall of former party secretary Bo Xilai from political grace.
Chinese authorities say the man who stabbed 23 children was 'psychologically affected' by doomsday predictions.
Authorities have detained a number of car owners following a melee in southern China.
Activists demand that China's leaders fulfill their pledge to fight corruption.
A near-confrontation in airspace over islands disputed by China and Japan sparks diplomatic tensions.
Chinese religious group sees world ending soon as government tries to control independent worship.
Chinese high-school student had complained about China's restrictive household-registration system.
A Chinese protester swallows sleeping pills amid clashes between retired mine workers and security guards.
The Chinese Catholic had resigned from the state-controlled church to protest government interference in religious life.
The law professor had criticized the ruling Chinese Communist Party's grip on power.
Police break up an 'unofficial' church meeting about the meaning of Christmas.
Chinese police round up and detain thousands of petitioners in Beijing.
China labels Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo a criminal amid growing calls for his release from jail and his wife's freedom from house arrest.
A former Chinese official who spoke out against a planned power station is released with a suspended sentence as work on the plant begins.