Stories about a global food crisis echo across the media landscape.
One of China’s most powerful political figures is facing allegations in a U.S. court that he directed a torture campaign against religious followers. The Bush administration is trying to get the case thrown out. Bo Xilai, the son of one of modern China’s most influential leaders, has thus far led a life of privilege and […]
The president of Beijing’s Olympic Organizing Committee was once found liable for torture in a U.S. federal court, a review of court records by the Center for Investigative Reporting has found. The 2004 judgment against Liu Qi — a member of the country’s powerful Politburo — received little media attention at the time. The U.S. […]
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