Beijing Fengrui law firm has ceased to exist, three years after a nationwide crackdown targeting hundreds of human rights lawyers and activists.
Rohingya will not be sent back to Myanmar unless the UN confirms they are willing to leave, a foreign ministry official says.
The plan will send river water from one township to another, with authorities threatening to arrest anyone opposed.
An investigation found the publisher had issued 600 books with ‘improper political content.’
Residents of Vang Vieng district want officials to test the water in the Xong River for possible contamination.
A Maoist student group showing solidarity with workers at Jasic Technology in Shenzhen is the main target for a growing, nationwide crackdown.
The head of the Unirule Institute of Economics, Sheng Hong, says the authorities are targeting independent voices from the private sector.
Government has yet to ask people slated for repatriation for their opinion, an official says.
Three of the 53 females who were detained were minors with falsified ages on their IDs, officials said.
The government recommends arbitration to settle the case.