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  • Chinese dissident in U.S. tells of harassment, torture

     
    Dissident Chinese writer Yu Jie, who fled to the United States earlier this month, says he was tortured and harassed in 2010 even as the Nobel Peace prize was being awarded to his best friend, Liu Xiaobo....
  • China's Xi spars with lawmakers, avoids specifics in speech

     
    REPORTING FROM WASHINGTON -- After getting an earful from U.S. lawmakers on his country's human rights record Wednesday morning, the official expected to be China's future leader faced a friendlier audience at a business-sponsored luncheon in Washington...
  • Chinese use Google+ to 'Occupy Obama'

     
    China Internet users contact Obama on Google. Google Plus offers chance to 'Occupy Obama.'...
  • Chinese Communist Party chief in Chongqing ousted from post

     
    The charismatic Communist Party chief who had led a Maoist revival in the central Chinese city of Chongqing, complete with red flag-waving song contests, was removed from his post Thursday in what is being applauded as a victory for the political reform...
  • Leaked tape sheds light on botched U.S. asylum bid in China

     
    A 25-minute tape recording posted on YouTube over the weekend sheds new light on mysterious and unprecedented incident last month at the U.S. consulate in Chengdu....
  • President Obama arrives in South Korea for nuclear summit

     
    President Obama landed in South Korea early Sunday, and his first stop was slated to be the heavily fortified military encampment facing the country's secretive neighbor to the north....
  • In South Korea, Obama salutes U.S. troops at 'freedom's frontier'

     
    REPORTING FROM PANMUNJOM, South Korea -- Trekking up to one of the last outposts of the Cold War, President Obama on Sunday gazed out over the heavily fortified barrier that cuts through the Korean peninsula and thanked U.S. troops for guarding "freedom's...
  • New Delhi protester grimaces in police grip

     
    A photo of a Tibetan protester detained by police during a demonstration against China. The protest in New Delhi made headlines Monday when one Tibetan demonstrator set himself on fire. The Times' Mark Magnier reports it was the second attempted self-...
  • North Korea's Kim Jong Un given new post as rocket launch looms

     
    As North Korea readied for a deeply disputed rocket launch, its youthful new leader, Kim Jong Un, was named to a new position Wednesday as first secretary of the ruling Workers’ Party....
  • Open petition calls for Chinese leader's resignation

     
    In the latest challenge to China’s embattled national security czar, a group of retired Communist Party officials in western China has released an open petition calling for his resignation....
  • China now more popular than the U.S., poll says

     
    China has grown more popular than the United States, according to a recently released poll that quizzed more than 24,000 people about whether countries and the European Union affected the world for good or for ill....