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China’s Xi Assumes New Military Title, Aims to Reign Supreme:…

Chinese President Xi Jinping has awarded himself a new military title this week—commander-in-chief of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Joint

Pro-Democracy Activist Stands Trial For Subversion in China’s Guangdong

A court in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong on Thursday began the subversion trial of another rights activist who

China’s Defense Ministry appears to confirm new missile test

BEIJING, (AP): China's Defense Ministry appeared Thursday to confirm a test of an intercontinental missile over disputed waters in the

Firing of Top Hong Kong Editor After Panama Report Rattles…

The sudden sacking of a senior editor at Hong Kong's Ming Pao newspaper after the paper ran a front-page expose

Chinese Parents Sue Amid Protests Over Tainted Vaccines

Dozens of Chinese parents, who say their children were harmed by tainted or improperly stored vaccines, filed lawsuits in Beijing

SOUTH CHINA SEA WATCH: US, China build up presence, rhetoric

(AP): Tensions in the South China Sea are rising, pitting China against smaller and weaker neighbors who all lay claim

Closure of Hong Kong’s Tiananmen Massacre Museum ‘Only Temporary’: Organizers

The organizers of a Hong Kong museum commemorating the 1989 student-led democracy movement in China, and the military crackdown on

Uyghur Police Officers Are Called Chinese ‘Heroes’ in Propaganda Bid

Uyghur police officers who die while serving in northwestern China’s troubled Xinjiang region are being hailed as “heroes” in an

China’s Vaccine Victims Call For Compensation as Officials Are Fired

Authorities in China have sanctioned more than 350 local officials blamed for a recent tainted vaccines scandal, but parents of

China blasts US human rights in tit-for-tat report

BEIJING, (AP): China on Thursday blasted U.S. human rights record in its annual tit-for-tat report, saying money and family connections

China Issues, Deletes Article Defending President Over Panama Papers

China's Internet censors deleted a favorable blog post analyzing the links between relatives of the country's president, Xi Jinping, and

China Detains Ethnic Mongolian Herder Who Shot Video of Poisoned…

Chinese police in the northern region of Inner Mongolia have detained an ethnic Mongolian herder who spoke out about pollution

William Makes Dosa In Mumbai, But Kate Refuses A Bite

MUMBAI, (Agencies): Britain's Prince William helped cook a Dosa in Mumbai on Monday after he and wife Kate met perhaps

China Jails Four Supporters of Hong Kong Democracy Movement

Authorities in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong on Friday handed jail terms of up to four-and-a-half years to four

Censors Shift into Overdrive in an Attempt to Erase the…

As more details emerge from the Panama Papers, Chinese censors are fighting to ensure the top-down deletion of information that

HSBC Denies Bank Accounts for Hong Kong Democracy Activist

Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong accused HSBC of "political censorship" on Wednesday after he was denied permission to set

China Goes on Propaganda Offensive Against ‘Western’ Panama Law Firm…

China's powerful propaganda ministry has ordered all media outlets to delete any reports on the Panama Papers, a massive leak

China restricts trade with North Korea over nuclear tests

BEIJING, (AP): China imposed restrictions Tuesday on imports of coal from North Korea and exports of jet fuel to the

China Detains Three For Social Media Discussion of Tibetan Exile…

Authorities in northwestern China’s Qinghai province have detained three Tibetans for allegedly discussing on social media the recent elections for

China Raises Energy Consumption Cap

China's government has quietly increased its targeted limit for energy consumption, raising questions about its environmental policies and economic plans.