Chinese prosecutors have charged 74 people in connection with a series of grisly murders aimed at extorting compensation from coal mining firms, state media said Wednesday.
Beijing will not budge on its claims of ownership over a vast tranche of the South China Sea, a top official insisted Tuesday, as a key annual meeting with the U.S. ended with no movement on the issue.
Residents of a border district in China's mostly Muslim region of Xinjiang must now provide DNA samples when applying for passports, according to official local media.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, front left, bounces a soccer ball on his head alongside Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong, center, as they greet the Beijing Normal University women's soccer team during the U.S.-China High Level Consultation on People-to-People ...........
An Asian security summit ended in discord Sunday after mainland China denounced U.S. "provocations" in the South China Sea and declared it does not fear trouble in the contested waters.
An outspoken former property tycoon disciplined by the mainland's ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for questioning its media controls made a rare public appearance on Sunday, months after authorities shut down his hugely popular microblog.
Canada has lodged a formal complaint over mainland China external affairs chief Wang Yi's berating of a Canadian reporter during his visit to Ottawa this week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday.
In this file photo taken June 4, 2015, tens of thousands of people attend a candlelight vigil at Victoria Park in Hong Kong to commemorate victims of the 1989 military crackdown in Beijing. Mainland China's bloody 1989 military crackdown on the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests was a pivotal moment in the country's political development. And despite the Chinese Communist Party's efforts to erase memories of the event, every year its anniversary triggers heightened security and surveillance on the mainland, along with furtive commemorations by a handful of activists.
China's foreign minister berated a Canadian journalist on Wednesday for questioning Beijing's human rights record, saying she had "no right to speak" about the issue.
China's government won't interfere with fasting and other standard religious activities in the traditionally Muslim region of Xinjiang during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan that begins this month, officials said Thursday.