Li Heping's prison sentence is suspended for four years, a move rights activists say is aimed at silencing him rather than giving him his freedom.
Wang Jiangfeng, who referred to President Xi Jinping by a forbidden satirical nickname, will have a retrial after the court claims errors were found in the original judgement.
Liang village in Nanning is cut off from the world, as villagers accuse local officials of siphoning off compensation funds.
The Paris-based Reporters Without Borders (RSF) names Chinese President Xi Jinping as one of the world's 'press freedom predators,' ranking the country 176th overall.
The activists had staged a peaceful protest outside Beijing's liaison office in the former British colony over China's intervention in a row over pro-independence lawmakers.
Chinese media say the move is part of 'emergency preparedness' as analysts weigh up the likelihood of a military conflict on the Korean peninsula.
Yau Wai-ching and Sixtus Leung are arrested on charges of "illegal assembly" for a Nov. 2 protest in the city's legislature.
Dozens of would-be protesters are detained and returned under escort to their hometowns, while others are still incommunicado in local police stations.
The court gives no reason for the delay, but orders dozens of supporters and observers to leave.
Xie Yang's lawyers, who exposed details of his torture, are replaced with a government-appointed attorney.
President Xi Jinping promises to stay in regular contact with his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump amid a "rapidly changing international situation."
Wang Xili said police had been on their way to arrest him for having 'overseas links' after he gave interviews to RFA about a local environmental protest.
Authorities say they are investigating the death of Hu Xianglan, whose remains were found under the rubble of her family home.
Dong Guangping's lawyer says that he has been 'replaced' by a government lawyer and barred from representing his client.
Police have detained people for speaking out about the death of a 14-year-old schoolboy in the county town of Luzhou, as official media report that he killed himself.
Guo Wengui says the ruling Chinese Communist Party is terrified that he will expose details of official corruption at the highest levels.
Sky-high property prices mean that many residents can't afford to buy a home, prompting scrutiny of the role of Chinese-invested companies in the market.
Five political activists who campaigned for a would-be independent candidate now want their sentences reversed.
The alert warns of the danger of 'damage to the health of our people' as Pence visits South Korea.
Zhang Xiangzhong says he will apply for residency on the democratic island after absconding from a mainland Chinese tour group.
Analysts and officials say the stakes are rising as the U.S. sends an aircraft carrier battle group to the region.
Wang Qiaoling, the outspoken wife of detained rights lawyer Li Heping, says she fears imminent detention or 'disappearance.'
Toronto-based CitizenLab issues a report detailing some of the algorithms that limit what China's 731 million internet users can see online.
Governments in Beijing, Shanghai, and Chongqing have been named and shamed over a failure to shutter thousands of polluting businesses.
The move could result in more arbitrary detentions for foreign journalists and NGO workers.
In its first public announcement on the detention of Lee Ming-cheh, Beijing says vocal campaigning will further strain ties with the democratic island.
Wang Jiangfeng's posts to chat apps QQ and WeChat 'insulted and disrespected' current and former Chinese leaders, the court finds.
Residents of Inner Mongolia's Horchin Right Front Banner say local officials have taken money intended as insurance payouts in the wake of a 2016 drought.
Commentators call for a boycott of the airline amid suspicions of racial discrimination during a 'reaccommodation' incident.
Li Jiangpeng's lawyers are trying to have him released on bail, but they still don't know where he is, his wife says.