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The number of corruption cases heard by Chinese courts jumped by about one-third last year, as the country's top prosecutor vowed on Sunday there...

China moves to smoothen petitioning channels

BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- Kong Rong from east China's Anhui Province hit the lowest point of her life 10 years ago, when her...

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...

China issues report on U.S. human rights

China published a report on the United States' human rights situation on Thursday. The report, titled "The Human Rights Record of the United States in...

BBC team forced to sign confession

The plan was a simple one. We'd arranged to meet a woman in her village in China's central Hunan Province and to then travel with...

China accuses western media of fake news about human rights

China has launched a Donald Trump-style attack on foreign media, branding claims that a leading human rights lawyer was tortured by government agents fake...

ISIS militants from China’s Muslim minority group vow to return home and target China

ISIS militants from China's Muslim minority group have vowed to return home and shed rivers of blood in the terror group's first video to...

Chinese military veterans stage protests in central Beijing over pensions

BEIJING – Chinese military veterans have demonstrated in central Beijing for two days, demanding unpaid retirement benefits in a fresh wave of protests highlighting...

China orders GPS tracking of every car in troubled region

Hundreds of thousands of vehicles affected by edict covering part of Xinjiang following outbreaks of violence – and no petrol for owners who don’t...

Beijing Police Promotes App Named after World’s ‘Fifth-Largest Intelligence Agency’

(Beijing) — Police in Beijing have taken a creative approach to promote its mobile app that allows the public to submit tipoffs, after it...
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At 4:00 pm Tuesday, Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam expressed her “most sincere apology” to all Hong Kong people but moved around questions signaling...

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