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China jails journalist over leaked 'state secrets'
  China 'expels' French journalist over Uighur article

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  China has effectively expelled Ursula Gauthier over an article she wrote that was critical of Beijing's policy towards Muslim Uighers in Xinjiang
  China has jailed Gao Yu, 71, a top journalist for seven years for leaking a confidential paper to a foreign website

year 2013 Top ^

  Chinese authorities have made a concerted effort to censor images and online accounts of a jeep that plowed into crowds in Tiananmen Square

year 2011 Top ^

Feb.28 U.S.: China 'illegally' harasses journalists
  The U.S. ambassador to China said that oreign journalists were "illegally detained or harassed as they attempted to do their jobs

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Aug.2 IOC denies deal on internet curbs
  Olympic official have denied agreeing to curbs on internet access for foreign journalists covering the Games
Jul.30 Web curbs for Olympic journalists
  Journalists covering the Olympic Games will not have completely uncensored access to the internet

year 2006 Top ^

Jan.3 Activist: Beijing frees journalist
  An imprisoned Chinese journalist Jiang Weiping has been freed ahead of a trip to the U.S. by President Hu

year 2001 Top ^

Aug.2   China denies Powell TV deal
  Foreign Ministry said state-run TV told U.S. officials it would edit the interview which was broadcast before Powell left

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