An AIDS petitioner says he was refused permission to see his wife in hospital.
Residents in southern China say they will use tactics from the rebel village to oppose a local quarry.
A veteran member of the Chinese Communist Party says the government must abandon Marxist and Maoist thought to survive.
Some fear the request to China's parliament may weaken Hong Kong's judicial autonomy.
Protesters in southern China attack government buildings and clash with police.
A rights group says there has been a jump in cases of arbitrary detention and torture in China.
Chinese police may be left free to hold suspects without informing family members.
A new report says Chinese cyber attacks could devastate US security and economic interests.
Authorities detain a businessman who says he has information on political intrigues in the western Chinese city.
Chinese women living on the margins of society are especially vulnerable, report says.
Ethnic Mongolian dissident Hada’s medical condition worsens in secret Chinese detention.
Authorities round up petitioners as the national parliament addresses domestic instability.
China's online community compares the annual parliamentary sessions to 'the Oscars.'
Chinese authorities carry out a violent demolition under the cover of night.
But analysts say China's premier is ignoring the need for political reforms.
Leaders of last year's violent siege make up the southern Chinese village's newly elected committee.
Chinese activists and dissidents are facing more restrictions in the lead up to high-level legislative meetings.
Authorities detain a Guangdong man for re-posting information online.
First her father died in a Chinese village uprising, now she loses her job.
The group sends an open letter warning the ruling Chinese Communist Party about the vulnerability of repressive regimes.