The country is believed to be the world's leading executioner.
China's investigative reporters work in a challenging environment to get the story out.
The friend of a missing Chinese rights lawyer says he is alive, but under tight restrictions.
Lao Hmong forcibly repatriated from Thailand say they want to be resettled again.
Police hold two, including a former official and a police officer.
Seoul downplays suggested link to North Korea.
Victims of China's 2008 earthquake call for a probe into the quality of their new homes.
Friends call for China to free a journalist widely seen as pro-Beijing.
Burma’s secretive junta tells staff to leave.
World's largest domain name registration firm will offer no new .cn names.
Sharing news during 2008 protests lands Tibetans in jail.
After 8-1/2 years in custody at Guantanamo Bay, two men are freed.
Chinese netizens, meanwhile, see partial pullout as positive.
Official communication curbs remain in northwestern China.
The Internet giant redirects traffic to an uncensored site. Will it be blocked in China?
Vietnamese workers suffer debt and abuse in their search for new lives in Europe.
A U.S. citizen is released from six months in jail.
Teachers lose their jobs after Tibetan student demonstrations.
Huu Loan wrote about love and war.
Chinese women still fight for workplace equality.
But one year later, Gao Zhisheng remains missing.
Burma's Army frees a child soldier, but countless more remain under arms.
Teens are detained after defying tight Chinese security measures.
Can the Internet behemoth sustain its China business?
Graphic diaries torpedo the career of a Chinese official.
A suspicious death in detention sparks questions.
A defiant Father Ly says he suffered three strokes and has a brain tumor.
A Burmese opposition leader releases his memoirs.
Questions arise over the stability of the Dalai Lama’s traditional home.
A special U.N. rapporteur wants Burma called to account.