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Dec 26, 2018
Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang's trial underway; wife under house arrest, 2 activists held ahead of proceedingsCharged in January 2016 with alleged "subversion of state power", Wang Quanzhang had been in legal limbo — detained without a trial date — until Monday, when his government-appointed lawyer finally contacted his wife with the court date.
Sep 19, 2018
China denies Donald Trump's allegation of its meddling in US elections, demands Washington to show 'mutual respect'Accusations of election meddling are especially sensitive in the US, given the political maelstrom over Russia's alleged intervention to support Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential vote
Apr 25, 2018
Chinese police confiscate 600 computers which were being used to mine bitcoinsMiners use high-powered machines to generate the massive computing power to produce cryptocurrencies, which is done by solving mathematical equations.
Apr 06, 2018
Davis Cup: Indians shiver in frosty Tianjin; Ramkumar Ramanathan, Sumit Nagal suffer straight-set defeatsThe Indians guarded themselves against the elements, keeping the chill away with bulky winter jackets and gloves, but couldn't weather the storm kicked up by the Chinese on Day One of their Davis Cup tie
Dec 27, 2017
China sentences online activist 'Super Vulgar Butcher' to eight years in prison for subversionA Chinese court sentenced an activist known by the online pseudonym "Super Vulgar Butcher" to eight years in prison on Tuesday after he refused to plead guilty to charges of "subverting state power"
Sep 21, 2017
China restores maximum speed of world's fastest commercial bullet train at 350 kmph six years after accident killed 40The China Railway Corp which runs the train said last month that it will be the world's fastest commercially-used bullet train.
Apr 28, 2017
Chinese court sentences rights lawyer Li Heping in secret trialBeijing: China sentenced a prominent human rights lawyer to a three-year suspended sentence following a secret trial, raising concerns the country is moving to further reduce transparency in high-profile, politically sensitive cases.
Nov 25, 2016
17 held for Fengcheng power plant accident in China's Jiangxi Province as toll mounts to 74China police detained 17 people for the deadly accident at an under construction power plant in Jiangxi Province as the death toll mounted to 74 on Friday.
Aug 06, 2016
China lashes out at US for interfering in its internal affairsChina on Saturday lashed out at the US for describing jail sentences given to four human rights activists as "politically motivated", saying American accusations are groundless and constituted interference in its internal affairs
Aug 24, 2015
Death toll in China's Tianjin blast rises to 129The toll in the deadly blasts in a warehouse in China's Tianjin city has risen to 129, with 44 still remain missing, the rescue authorities said on Monday.