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[03/20/2006] Security talks put China-US tension back in focus
China\'s military build-up has come under renewed U.S. criticism, raising tensions before Chinese President Hu Jintao\'s inaugural trip to Washington next month. » More

[03/20/2006] Security talks put China-US tension back in focus
China\'s military build-up has come under renewed U.S. criticism, raising tensions before Chinese President Hu Jintao\'s inaugural trip to Washington next month. » More

[02/28/2006] China warns Taiwan of \'disaster\'
China has warned that Taiwan\'s decision to scrap a council on reunification with the mainland could bring disaster. \n\nThe move will \"create antagonism and conflict within Taiwan and across the strait,\" China\'s ruling Communist Party and government said in a statement. Mr Chen announced on Monday that the National Unification Council and its guidelines would \"cease to function\" due to China\'s \"military threat\". China said Mr Chen was pushing Taiwan towards formal independence. » More

[02/24/2006] Chinese slap ban on TV cartoons
Cartoons that blend live-action actors with animation are to be banned from TV in China. » More

[02/24/2006] Google Imposes Worldwide Ban On China Critical Website
For the first time in what some fear will signal a growing trend, Google Inc. has banned and removed a mainstream news website from all its worldwide search engines, seemingly due to the website\'s reports on China\'s geopolitical affairs and military technology. » More

[02/20/2006] The Internet and free speech don\'t click in China
So let me get this straight. It\'s OK to let China into the World Trade Organization. It\'s OK to give them favored trade status. But it\'s not OK to help the Chinese government crack down on political dissent. » More

[02/07/2006] China editor \'died after beating\'
A Chinese editor has died as a result of a police beating he received for his paper\'s reporting on corruption, journalists and rights groups say. » More

[11/09/2005] Chinese get prison time for Bible delivery
Religious persecution in China has reached the point that distributing Bibles is earning a three-year prison sentence.\n » More

[11/08/2005] Chinese president faces human rights protests
The president of China has arrived in London for a state visit aimed at deepening trade links with the world\'s most populated nation. » More

[10/11/2005] Chinese peasants jailed to enforce 1-child rule
Above a shuttered fertilizer store in this eastern China town, men and women are locked up because their relatives will not agree to undergo government-ordered sterilization or abortion, according to current and former detainees. » More




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