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PARIS—The president of Interpol, a former senior Chinese security official, has been reported missing after he traveled to ...
Financial Times Asia editor Victor Mallet, who defended the club's hosting of a pro-independence speaker in August, has had his visa renewal application rejected.
A forthcoming Pentagon study will focus on how China has sought to monopolize access to certain natural resources ...
Unidentified officials from Taiwan’s National Security Bureau said that Beijing’s “united front” work has infiltrated schools at all ...
The move by China's internet censors shows that Beijing is serious about not offending the Kremlin as bilateral ties improve.
Four asylum seekers are living in fear that authorities in Thailand and Taiwan will send them back to mainland China, where they are targets of the Chinese Communist Party.
China remains the biggest source of counterfeit goods imported into the European Union, a new report states. More ...
WASHINGTON—The U.S. government on Oct. 3 warned that a hacking group widely known as cloudhopper, which Western cybersecurity ...
WASHINGTON—U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, sharpening U.S. criticism of Chinese policies around the globe, will give China a ...
Fan Bingbing will escape criminal prosecution if she repays U.S.$130 million owed to the tax authorities.
Wang Jinfeng was released after police stopped her from harming herself near the national flagpole on Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
HONG KONG—Hong Kong's leading Catholic cleric said on Oct. 3 that he feared continued suppression of Catholics in ...
BEIJING—China has ordered A-list movie star Fan Bingbing to pay about 884 million yuan ($129 million) in overdue ...
About 13,500 immigrants who were granted asylum status in the United States before December 2012—most of them Chinese—are ...
The administration of President Xi Jinping appears to be extending a travel ban previously applied in Tibet and Xinjiang to the rest of the country.
China's state-backed journalists are seen as the direct agents of Beijing by their own bosses and government.
In 2014, five Chinese military hackers were indicted for offenses that included computer hacking and economic espionage, targeting Americans in ...
YouTube has removed the most popular channel focused on Chinese politics from its search suggestions just as YouTube's ...
New Citizens' Movement activist Yan Bozhen and China Rights Observer co-founder and torture victim Liu Xinglian applied for asylum while in transit from Thailand.
Chief executive Carrie Lam says the city must now prioritize China's national security concerns over calls for freedom of speech.

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