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Friday, December 25, 2015
A mainland Chinese court sentenced the former head of one of the country's best known financial newspapers to four years in prison on Thursday, closing a massive media corruption case as Beijing tightens control over the press.
Thursday, December 24, 2015
Door panel saves man buried 67 hours in deadly landslide in China's Shenzhen
Squeezed into a narrow room under piles of debris for 67 hours, a young man was saved by a door that trapped his foot but gave him space to survive. Rescuers on Wednesday pulled him from the massive mudslide that hit part of a major manufacturing city in southern China.
The Hong Kong arm of one of China's biggest securities companies said Wednesday its chairman has returned to work after disappearing a month ago.
Chinese state media accused seven detained labor activists of "meddling" in employment disputes and "seriously disrupting social order" on Wednesday, as an uptick in labor protests coincides with slowing economic growth.
Nanjing's purple haze has put a spell on Chinese social media as much of the country suffers its latest bout of choking smog.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
One survivor found as China pledges landslide probe
Rescuers scrabbling through the debris of a huge three-day-old landslide Wednesday discovered a young man alive in the mud, as China's cabinet announced a probe into the nation's latest industrial accident.
One survivor found as China pledges landslide probe
Rescuers scrabbling through the debris of a huge three-day-old landslide Wednesday discovered a young man alive in the mud, as China's cabinet announced a probe into the nation's latest industrial accident.
China lawyer gets suspended sentence in online speech case
After months behind bars, one of mainland China's most prominent human rights lawyers left a detention center Tuesday after receiving a suspended prison sentence in a case involving online comments critical of the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Officials highlighted their handling of the search for 76 missing people at a collapsed mountain of construction waste as questions mounted Tuesday about why leaders in southern China's most prominent manufacturing city didn't act months earlier to prevent the disaster.
Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong said Tuesday he is preparing for a possible prison sentence next year, as another trial date was set in a string of cases he faces relating to pro-democracy protests.
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