An overseas-based network of rights activists calls for an end to charges of 'fabrication' and 'rumor-mongering' against people posting on the coronavirus.
Journalists say government criticism of an interview with a WHO adviser further curtails press freedom in the city.
As people return to work elsewhere in Hubei province, Wuhan residents are warned that restrictions are still in place.
A cluster of asymptomatic cases among doctors at Jia County People's Hospital is giving cause for concern.
Hong Kong's High Court hands over discretionary powers to police officers to use cell phone contents as evidence to build cases.
Migrant workers were also asked to pay their own expenses during enforced 14-day quarantine and left on-site after construction was complete.
Wang Quanzhang could be prevented from going home to his family despite his forthcoming release from Linyi Prison.
Officials try to reassure people that the epidemic in the worst-hit city is now 'basically under control.'
Reports indicate that Zhang Wenbin is incommunicado since posting the short video clip to Twitter.
Rodrigo Duterte's threat to terminate a military pact with the United States -- if implemented -- could upset the delicate balance in ties between Southeast Asia and U.S. and China
Taipei’s offer comes after a WHO official appeared to dodge questions about Taiwan membership.
A cryptic post appears on the Weibo account of Wuhan Central ER chief Ai Fen shortly after reports that she has 'disappeared.'
The Twitter-based influence network is linked to a government-backed news service and the ruling Chinese Communist Party's influence arm.
Countries in South, Southeast Asia have received big shipments of medical supplies donated by Beijing.
Based on cremation figures, Wuhan residents estimate more than 40,000 have died, compared with an official toll of 2,535.
Protesters shout 'Go Hubei!' as police in neighboring Jiangxi turn away local residents trying to cross the bridge.
Foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian sparked diplomatic tensions with tweets alleging the coronavirus came from the U.S.
Everyone is watching to see what Xi Jinping does next with a member of his own political class and faction.
One lawsuit is filed in Wuhan, where local residents are forming long lines to bring home the remains of their loved ones.
New research highlights several crucial news stories that, had they been reported, could have stemmed the tide of COVID-19 infections.
Australian national Yang Hengjun has been indicted for espionage, paving the way for a trial.
Senate version calls for investigation and compensation from China for damages from pandemic.
Officials are telling people it's safe to return to work and deleting online comments expressing doubt about it.
Ding Jiaxi, Zhang Zhongshun and Dai Zhenya are being held incommunicado with no access to lawyers or family visits.
An open letter calls for an emergency, top-level meeting to discuss Xi Jinping's "issues."
Arrivals from neighboring cities will be allowed in, but subjected to mandatory 14-day quarantine.
The city where the coronavirus was initially covered up is having a hard time believing official figures.
The information Li shared online about a mystery, SARS-like coronavirus turned out to be true, a probe finds.
Microbiologist Yuen Kwok-yung said the wording of an opinion piece he co-authored was 'inappropriate.'