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A new law passed by the Chinese government will require residents to register their names when signing up for Internet and telephone services.
End CCP's 12-Year Persecution of Falun Gong Thursday, July 14, 12:00 p.m. -- 1:30 p.m. West Terrace Lawn, U.S.
By Jim Yardley and David Barboza Barely a month ago, China's staging of the Beijing Olympics demonstrated how the Communist Party could mobilize its authoritarian political system.
By Keith Bradsher The governor and deputy governor of Shanxi Province lost their jobs Sunday after at least 254 villagers were killed when their homes were engulfed in a cascade of muddy iron ore waste from the reservoir of an unlicensed mine.
Dr. Ngai Nguyen, the Vice General Secretary of the Democratic Party of Vietnam (DPV), today released the following Proclamation which highlights the principles and priorities of the primary opposition to the communist party in Vietnam.
By Jim Yardley What now for China? The Olympic closing ceremony on Sunday ended not just the Beijing Games but also nearly a decade in which the ruling Communist Party had made the Olympics an organizing principle in national life.
By Clifford Coonan Clear blue skies. A shiny, fast-moving new city. The warm applause of a global audience. And a fantastic haul of gold medals to boot.
Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo Beijing, Aug. 20 Kyodo - Former Communist Party chief Hua Guofeng, who was the successor to Mao Zedong as China's paramount leader, has died in Beijing, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Wednesday. He was 87.
By Anthony Boadle HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's Communist Party on Thursday stressed it would stay in control no matter what happened to convalescent leader Fidel Castro, but failed to clear up doubts over who is in charge of the island.
By Anthony Boadle HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's Communist Party tried to quell fears of chaos on Thursday following the temporary surrender of power by the ailing Fidel Castro but failed to clear up doubts over who is in charge of the island.
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