COVID-19 is indirectly affecting the construction of a high-speed railway and a hydropower project, officials say.
Protesters hold up placards saying 'never forgive, never forget," to mark police inaction over a June 21, 2019 mob attack on train passengers and passers-by.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party fires and sanctions prison officials, but a lawyer says the authorities are trying to 'appease public opinion.'
Sources on the ground say there is a high mortality rate among patients who become seriously or critically ill with COVID-19.
Bureau of Immigration officers allegedly took bribes to allow Chinese gaming workers in.
A rice industry spokesman says Hong Kong gets most of its rice from Thailand and Vietnam, not virus-hit mainland China.
Residents are required to show passes to leave their residential compounds, and to drive on the city's roads.
The foreign ministry cites a recent op-ed headline, yet the move comes one day after State Department measures targeting Chinese state media in the US.
People living in the city say the authorities will only let people see information that is closely controlled by the government.
The government says it will expand its surveillance and testing regime in a bid to detect more cases at an earlier stage.
Xu, who recently called on supreme leader Xi Jinping to resign, is detained using a nationwide facial recognition system in the southern city of Guangzhou.
National People's Congress deputies will likely be more urgently needed on the "front line" of the COVID-19 epidemic, state media reports.
U.S. woman, 83, who was on cruise ship that disembarked in Sihanoukville, tests positive again for COVID-19.
The protests erupt amid widespread public anger over the government's handling of the epidemic, and plans to have coronavirus patients treated at district clinics.
Families call on their government to bring loved ones home from Wuhan, but Taipei is blaming Beijing for the delay.
Funeral homes in the city are overwhelmed amid the coronavirus epidemic, and are advertising for round-the-clock workers at premium wages.
About 200 officers raided 10 locations after receiving a tip in January.
Thousands of Chinese who work on those projects are stuck in China because of coronavirus travel restrictions.
Xu Zhiyong is on the run and believed to still be in China amid a renewed crackdown on pro-democracy and human rights activists.
Experts say the real number of infections in worst-hit Wuhan city could be 10 times higher than the reported figure, however.
Xia Baolong made his political reputation by presiding over the widespread demolition of crosses and other Christian property during a political campaign in Zhejiang.
The ruling Chinese Communist Party is expanding the use of artificial intelligence, DNA, and facial recognition to keep tabs on the population at all times.
Mark Esper says announcement occurred as nations are telling China to “obey international rules.”
Local residents say the government should start with property that has been paid for by taxpayers.
The government says its decision not to shut down the city's border with mainland China was justified, as several families are evacuated from a housing estate.
Senator, analyst warn that pulling out of Visiting Forces Agreement places Manila at Beijing’s mercy over South China Sea.
Patients at the epicenter of the coronavirus epidemic, which has taken more than 1,000 lives, say brand-new facilities lack basic necessities and medicines.
Citizen journalist Chen Qiushi is incommunicado, believed detained, while two lecturers are sanctioned for 'inappropriate' social media posts about the government's handling of the epidemic.
Passes are now required to enter many districts, as the authorities shutter public places and warn people not to hold gatherings.
Chinese officials say the slowdown in newly reported cases is good news, but the country's social media is awash with mistrust of the government.