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Chinese Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo's health is further deteriorating as his liver function worsens and abdominal fluid accumulates, a friend and the...

International Observatory of Human Rights Protests the Unlawful Detention of +1 million Uyghurs in...

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Cambridge University under fire for censorship in China

Cambridge University Press (CUP) has come under fire for putting its business priorities ahead of its academic reputation after it conceded to demands from...

China’s ‘war on law’: victims’ wives tell US Congress of torture and trauma

The wives of some of the most prominent victims of Xi Jinping’s crackdown on civil society have stepped up their campaign for justice, backing...

China hosts Interpol meeting amid concerns over abuse

Interpol opened its main international annual meeting in China on Tuesday amid concerns that Beijing is using its growing influence over the police network...

West mourns Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, criticizes Beijing

Western leaders, rights groups and the Nobel Peace Prize committee expressed sorrow at the death of Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo on Thursday, but reaction...

China lawmaker expects debate over new civil code to intensify

Public debate over an overhaul of China's civil law will grow over the next three years as lawmakers begin to write specific provisions that...

A million Muslims are held in detention camps that China now portrays as ‘humane’

For decades, criticism of Beijing’s heavy-handed rule in its western region was met with silence. But now Chinese leaders have decided to defend it. In...

Liu Xiaobo and the Decline of China

Liu Xiaobo, the dissident writer who became China's first Nobel Peace laureate when he won the prize in 2010, died in state custody on...

Fans of Nobel laureate express sorrow, anger over his death

World leaders and human rights advocates expressed sorrow and anger Thursday over the death of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo, who died in...
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