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Chinese activist may be seriously ill, says sister
The sister of a prominent imprisoned Chinese political activist said Friday she fears her brother is seriously ill and is urging the authorities to allow him access to better medical treatment, in what an international rights group said is the latest example of China routinely denying political prisoners adequate care.
 
A heavily Muslim Chinese province has demanded strict adherence to a ban on religion in schools after a video circulated online in which a kindergartener recites verses from the Quran.
 
After China builds islands, its singers assert sea claims
Mainland China's military has dispatched ships and planes -- even constructed new islands to assert its maritime claims. Now it's deploying a new set of tools to uphold Chinese sovereignty: Magicians, singers and actors.
 
Trade between the world's two biggest economies is mutually beneficial, Beijing said Wednesday after presumptive U.S. Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump accused mainland China of "rape."
 
Mainland China on Wednesday denounced United Nations criticism of its new law on foreign NGOs as "prejudiced and unfounded allegations," demanding that the statement be withdrawn.
 
Authorities have summoned the head of Baidu after the death of a student who sought a cancer cure on the Chinese search giant, reports said Tuesday, prompting a barrage of criticism for prioritizing paid search results.
 
Four Chinese policemen will patrol the streets of Rome and Milan alongside their Italian counterparts for the next two weeks to help protect wealthy visitors from China during a peak tourism period, officials from both countries said Monday.
 
China's Communist Party has placed a property mogul and outspoken government critic on probation for a year after he criticized state media for pledging absolute loyalty to the party.
 
Chinese police patrol in Italy to make tourists feel safer
Chinese policemen are in Italy to start patrols with Italian officers in Rome and Milan in a two-week experiment.
 
China see first Orthodox priest in sixty years
His red and gold vestments bathed in candlelight, the first mainland Chinese Orthodox priest ordained for six decades led an Easter service on Sunday -- one of the most surprising fruits of warming ties between Moscow and Beijing.
 
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