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NBA training academies in China plagued with human rights abuses

'We were basically working for the Chinese government,' one former employee told ESPN.

State Dept. believes US legal residents are being held in Chinese...

State Department sources say they know American residents -- either US citizens or people with legal status in the United States -- are being...

Ai Weiwei launches Kickstarter to build security-fence installations in New York

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is crowdsourcing funds to erect more than 300 artworks based on themes of immigration, division and borders, in locations across New York...

China tells US to stop asking questions over Tiananmen crackdown toll

China has told the US to stop asking questions about the number of people killed, detained or who are still missing from the Tiananmen Square tragedy.

China lawyer’s family says US helped them flee

Stuck in a Bangkok jail with a deportation order against her, Chen Guiqiu waited with dread over what seemed certain to come next. A...

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Fentanyl crisis: Is China a major source of illegal drugs?

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