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An annual census by the Committee to Protect Journalists finds that there are 220 journalists jailed by states
Analysis: State media reports that 300 Chinese nationals are fighting with extremist groups in Iraq and Syria
A small group chanted ‘We will be back’ as Hong Kong police removed what remained of the Causeway Bay encampment
Xinjiang province capital introduces law to ban women's veil in public as part of measures to curb "Muslim extremism"
Protesters occupied a main road outside Hong Kong government offices in Admiralty for more than two months
Fernando Moleres documents a center treating gaming-addicted youth with military discipline and psychotherapy
Court order gives pro-democracy activists until Thursday morning to leave the Admiralty district site
China has been building islands in the South China Sea to bolster its disputed territorial claims.
Zhou Yongkang's arrest shows that not even high-ranking elites are exempt from Beijing's efforts to clean house
Responding to human rights concerns, Beijing to rely on new voluntary donation program for organ transplants