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1. 2017-07-14 Liu Xiaobo: Chinese dissident laid to rest privately Shenyang, Liaoning, Northeast China
2017-07-13 Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo died of cancer Shenyang, Liaoning, Northeast China
D. 2017-03-31 Uighurs: Xinjiang ban on long beards and veils Xinjiang, Western China
E. 2016-11-06 Beijing ruling bars Hong Kong lawmakers from taking office Beijing
5. 2016-08-14 Joshua Wong: Hong Kong protest leader avoids jail Hong Kong
G. 2016-07-21 Ex-chief of China protest village arrested Wukan, Lufeng, Guangdong, Southern China
H. 2016-06-16 Hong Kong bookseller: China TV confession 'forced' Hong Kong
I. 2016-01-25 China releases Swedish rights activist Peter Dahlin China
J. 2015-12-26 China 'expels' French journalist over Uighur article Beijing

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Liu Xiaobo: Chinese dissident laid to rest privately   Northeast China: Chinese activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo has been laid to rest in a private ceremony Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo died of cancer Map of Shenyang Liaoning China


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  Northeast China: A newspaper published by Communist Party is dismissing late Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo as a political pawn of the West whose legacy will fade


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Mar.31 Uighurs: Xinjiang ban on long beards and veils   Western China: China has introduced new restrictions in the far western region of Xinjiang in what it describes as a campaign against Islamist extremism

year 2016 Top ^

Nov.6 Beijing ruling bars Hong Kong lawmakers from taking office   Beijing has made an unprecedented intervention in Hong Kong politics to block two lawmakers from taking office Aug.14 Joshua Wong: Hong Kong protest leader avoids jail
Jul.21 Ex-chief of China protest village arrested. Southern China Jun.16 Hong Kong bookseller: China TV confession 'forced' Jan.25 China releases Swedish rights activist Peter Dahlin

year 2015 Top ^

Dec.26  China 'expels' French journalist over Uighur article Dec.13  Scuffles outside Pu Zhiqiang trial Oct.29 China to end one-child policy and allow two
  Beijing: Couples will now be allowed to have two children, it said, citing a statement from the Communist Party Jul.22 China artist Ai Weiwei gets his passport back
Apr.16 China jails journalist over leaked 'state secrets'. Beijing Apr.12  China scraps unlimited Hong Kong entry for Shenzhen Jan.29  China warns universities on values

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.2  HK Occupy trio to report to police Nov.28  Hong Kong protest leader alleges police assault during arrest Nov.15  HK protesters denied Beijing flight Aug.15  Released Chinese human rights attorney was starved, isolated Aug.7 British GSK investigator on trial in China
. Shanghai Jul.1  Hong Kong crowds rally for democracy Jun.26  Jailed Uighur academic 'denied food' Jun.18 China jails corruption activists. Southern China Jun.3 Tiananmen tense on rally anniversary Map of Tiananmen Square China  Beijing: Chinese security personnel have swamped Beijing's Tiananmen Square on the 25th anniversary of the Beijing massacre Mar.27 Executions rise in 2013, China tops the list Jan.25 China court jails lawyer Xu Zhiyong   A Chinese court has sentenced prominent human rights activist, who campaigned for children's rights and against corruption, to 4 years in pr...

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Oct.17 India, China, Pakistan, Nigeria on slavery's list of shame
Jun.10   US spy leaker 'defending liberty'
  Hong Kong: Edward Snowden, ex-CIA employee has said he acted to 'protect basic liberties for people around the world' in leaking details of US surveillance
 Edward Snowden, 29, was revealed as the source of the leaks at his own request by the Guardian newspaper. Snowden, who has fled to Hong Kong, said he had an 'obligation to help free people from oppression'


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Dec.28 China tightens rules on internet
. Beijing Oct.10 Forced evictions rising in China Aug.1 Chen seeks US pressure on China. Washington Jun.4 China arrests Tiananmen activists   Beijing: China has arrested activists and placed others under increased surveillance to stop them from marking the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square... May.25 China hits back on U.S. human rights. Beijing May.19 Rights activist Chen arrives in U.S.  New York: Chen Guangcheng is bringing an end to a diplomatic firestorm that erupted after he escaped from house arrest and complains in YouTube about abuse May.15 Chen tells U.S. lawmakers of reprisals. Beijing May.2 Chinese activist wants to go to U.S.  Beijing: Chen Guangcheng who walked out of the U.S. Embassy after what officials said was a decision he had made on his own said that he regrets the ... May.1 Escape overshadows US-China talks. Beijing Apr.27 China dissident 'in US embassy'
  Beijing: Chen Guangcheng is in the US embassy in Beijing following his dramatic escape from house arrest, fellow activist Hu Jia has told the BBC.    Chen - who is blind - had scaled a high wall a...
Feb.14   China's Xi defends rights record
  Washington: China's leader-in-waiting, Xi Jinping, has defended his country's human rights record, at a State Department lunch Feb.5 Beijing defends Syria veto at UN


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Oct.17 Tibetan nun dies setting herself ablaze   Sichuan: A nun has died after setting herself on fire in southwestern China, the first Tibetan woman known to have killed herself in this way Jun.26  Guarded welcome to Hu Jia release Jun.25 Leading China activist Hu Jia 'freed'
  Beijing: Hu Jia - one of China's most prominent dissidents - has been released from prison, his wife says Apr.24 China blocks Easter service  Beijing: Police blocked more than 500 worshippers from leaving their homes and detained more than 36 for attempting to attend religious services Jan.19  Hu vows to boost human rights

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Dec.10   Chinese dissident awarded Peace Prize
   Norway: An empty chair stood in for imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo as he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in absentia.    China has responded furiously, repeatedly called Liu a common...
Dec.9  China anger as Nobel award looms Nov.5  China artist 'under house arrest' Oct.12 Chinese reformers push on censorship  Beijing: A group of veteran reformers in Communist party has demanded to dismantle elaborate censorship apparatus Oct.8   Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize    Norway: The 2010 prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo, a leading Chinese dissident who is serving a prison term after calling for human rights and democratization Jan.12 Google reports China-based attack
  San Francisco Bay Area: Google says pullout possible. The company and at least 20 others were victims of a highly sophisticated and targeted attack in mid-December.    Google has decided it is no longer willing to consider censorship of its sit...


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Dec.28  Final pleas for life of Briton on death row Dec.24 Dissident sentenced to 11 years Nov.30  State media reveal secret, illegal jails Nov.11  China 'running illegal prisons' Jun.4 Hong Kong holds Tiananmen vigil  A vigil marking 20 years since the Tiananmen massacre in Hong Kong is the only part of China to commemorate the event Jun.3 US presses China over Tiananmen. Washington Mar.25 YouTube blocked in China Feb.25  U.S. report scolds China on human rights Feb.21 Clinton: Human rights 'cannot interfere'. Beijing

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Sep.19  Religious groups targeted before Olympics Aug.6 Bush chides China over human rights
. Thailand Aug.1  President pleas for politics-free Games Jul.28  China rights 'worsen with Games' Jul.8  French head will attend Olympics Apr.8  Protests ahead of torch relay Apr.7  China vows to keep torch on track Apr.6  Angry protests as torch reaches London Apr.5  Sarkozy terms for Olympic attendance Mar.22 China threatens Tibetians; West protests Mar.21  House speaker blasts China over Tibet Mar.20 Police 'shot at Tibet protesters' Mar.16  Troops 'did not shoot Tibetans' 'Eighty killed' in unrest   Tibet: Indian-based officials said the figure was confirmed by several sources, even though China put the death toll at 10 Mar.15 Dalai Lama's Tibet bloodshed fear

year 2007 Top ^

Nov.13  Yahoo settles dissidents suit Oct.16  Lawmaker: Yahoo knew China's intent Sep.14  NY Times researcher freed

year 2006 Top ^

Feb.1 Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'
. U.S. Congress Jan.24  Google censors itself for China

year 2005 Top ^

Dec.10  China confirms it shot protesters Nov.20 Bush asks China to expand freedoms
. Beijing Nov.15  Bush pushes China over freedoms Jun.4  Hong Kong marks Tiananmen deaths Jan.17  China urged to review Tiananmen

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Jul.3  China rejects HK protest call Jan.10  Tiananmen exile appeals

year 2003 Top ^

Jul.4  Tung retreats on anti-subversion law Feb.9  U.S.-based dissident jailed for life

year 2002 Top ^

Feb.20   Bush visits China  Beijing: US President made a strong defence of human rights after initial talks with President Jiang Zemin