An Indonesian man convicted of shielding a key militant behind the deadly 2002 Bali bombing attack is sentenced to nine years in prison.
Secretary of States Colin Powell says the United States is likely to sponsor a resolution critical of China at the upcoming meeting of the U-N Human Rights Commission.
Two leading Hong Kong opposition politicians are in Washington to brief a U-S Senate sub-committee on democracy efforts in the Chinese territory.
A U-S-based human rights group says China has freed a jailed dissident who helped organize the 1989 Tianamen Square protests. Activist Wang Youcai was reportedly released from prison to seek medical attention in the United States.
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