Residents of Chinese blind activist Chen Guangcheng's village feel liberated by the removal of the guards.
Relatives suspect foul play in Tiananmen activist Li Wangyang's death.
The activists had wanted to convey a message through art at the controversial Tiananmen Square.
Chinese netizens attack China's inaction as more civilians die.
China's environmental protection ministry demands foreign embassies stop issuing air quality readings.
Li Wangyang's family is told he committed suicide at a hospital two days after the June 4 anniversary.
Clampdown continues over Tiananmen memorial events and ahead of the Xinjiang deadly violence anniversary.
Authorities point to 'overgrazing' but make way for mining and 'unfair' development.
Beijing keeps a cautious eye on the commemoration of the brutal military intervention 23 years ago.
The retooled search site informs Chinese users when keywords will yield blocked results.
The removal of a powerful Chinese provincial official is linked to the treatment of blind activist Chen Guangcheng.
Chinese state security police take away an organizer of a Tiananmen public memorial event.