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China sentences third activist in trials following national crackdown

A court in northern China's city of Tianjin gave an activist a three-year suspended prison sentence for "subverting state power" on Friday.

China jails activist for 7.5 years in second case following crackdown

A court in northern China's city of Tianjin sentenced an activist to seven and a half years in prison for "subverting state power" on Wednesday, in the second known trial following the arrests of...

China sentences first activist connected to rights lawyer crackdown

A court in northern China's city of Tianjin found a legal activist guilty of "subverting state power" on Tuesday, in the first known trial following the arrests of hundreds of human rights lawyers...

China's premier: No hard landing for Chinese economy

China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang attempted to reassure foreign investors Monday about slower growth and a higher debt burden.

China warns against panic over Brexit

China on Sunday warned against alarmism over Britain's vote to leave the European Union and urged major economies to respond jointly to the challenge.