Chinas aggressive media campaign depicting its critics as players in a Western conspiracy comes after published exposs about the governments drive to detain 1 million or more members of largely...
A Chinese government propaganda newspaper declared that "all" the victims of China's Muslim concentration camps had "graduated."
Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) penned a letter last week to Florida's public universities to warn them of Chinese government efforts to undermine free expression on American college campuses.
Chinese officials have released social media videos, blistering editorials and attacks on researchers in a push to counter evidence of its Muslim internment drive.
A last-minute booking, a furtive cab ride and a spy in the window. How our correspondent found a crack in Chinas surveillance state and a woman on her deathbed in Xinjiang.
Xinjiang governor offers no evidence of release but says trainees have found stable jobs
Western critics questioned whether the move indicated a significant change in a program that has brought China widespread criticism, or whether the countrys officials have set out on a new effort to rebrand the controversial program
People held in camps in China's Xinjiang region have now "graduated" and new trainees will have the freedom to come and go, the regional governor said on Monday.
China on Monday defended its vast network of re-education camps in Xinjiang and said it would continue "training" residents, following explosive government document leaks detailing surveillance and control of the region's Uighur population. Rights groups estimate more than a million Uighurs
People who were at vocational training centers in China's far west Xinjiang have all graduated" and are living happy lives, an official said Monday. Shohrat Zakir, Xinjiang's Uighur governor, made the remarks during a press briefing as part of a strident propaganda campaign launched following
(Bloomberg) -- China has completed what it says was de-radicalization training in its western Xinjiang region, officials said in Beijing, as the government sought to defend the widespread detention of ethnic minorities.Top officials for the predominately Muslim region of Xinjiang made the claim Monday
The House is drafting articles of impeachment against the President but which ones?
If the Senate opts for a serious trial, witnesses such as John Bolton, Mick Mulvaney, Mike Pompeo and Don McGahn might still be heard by citizens interested in what they have to say.
Pelosi knew an impeachment would jeopardize the huge gains the Democratic Party was sure to pick up come November.
It's correct to call for impeachment and removal, mostly because a Senate trial can convince swing voters in purple states not to reelect Trump.
Noncomplying witnesses would be well-advised to remember: The statute of limitations for contempt of Congress is five years.
The Republican lawyer made a very practical choice of briefcase.
Republicans insisted Trump did not engage in sinister mob shakedown with Ukraine as committee convened for hearing
President could be impeached before Christmas as judiciary chairman says nothing could be more urgent
Democrats already have enough evidence of impeachable behavior.
With the holidays on the horizon and school winding down to a snails pace, the president of the United States sits alone in his sleeping coffin wearing cozy PJs and messaging with Rep. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) about which GOP boys think hes cute. Unfortunately, this Sunday it was Grahams turn to work the presidents slaughterhouse, so the president was super bored and like most high school girls with little to do on a slow Sunday, he began tweeting, sending over 100 tweets to his 67 million follow
A witness in Mondays impeachment hearings broke Trumps impeachable offenses down really, really clearly.
WASHINGTON (AP) Debating the grounds for impeachment, Republicans said there's nothing here. Democrats said it's a slam dunk. Weighty questions about a president's alleged malfeasance and whether that merits...
After a victory for pro-democracy candidates at the polls, protesters turned out in droves to mark six months in the streets.
A protester wearing a Guy Fawkes mask waves a flag during a Human Rights Day march, organized by the Civil Human Right Front, in Hong Kong, China December 8, 2019. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
Nearly a million Hong Kong residents flooded the streets, demanding safeguards for their democracy against the Communist Party of China.
Swedish prosecutors suspect Anna Lindstedt of organising a meeting in January between Guis daughter, China's ambassador and two businessmen about the possible release of her father, a dissident bookseller who is current imprisoned.
Sweden to prosecute ex-China envoy over Gui meetings
(Bloomberg) -- A Bank of America Corp. anti-bribery and compliance director in Hong Kong was charged with assaulting a police officer after an altercation in a metro station over the weekend, according to a person familiar with the matter.The director, a 35-year-old American, was released on HK$10,000
Swedish prosecutors said on Monday they had brought criminal charges against the country's former ambassador to China over unauthorized meetings in Stockholm aimed at freeing dissident bookseller Gui Minhai.
More than one in 10 retailers in Hong Kong could close down in the next six months as social unrest and sometimes violent protests deter tourists, threatening the survival of smaller operators, the city's main retailing group said on Monday.
Residents have lost faith in their government, and the consequences could reshape the city.
After six months of unrest, anti-Beijing protesters are increasingly unwillingto compromise, Jiayang Fan writes.
The huge turnout was a reminder to Chinas leader, Xi Jinping, that the monthslong campaign against his authoritarian policies still had broad support in Hong Kong despite a weakening economy and increasingly violent clashes between protesters and police.