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Pu Zhiqiang detained with authorities wary of any dissent ahead of June's 25th anniversary of Tiananmen Square protests.
Supporters of Cao Shunli, 52, who had engaged in peaceful activism, says she was denied medical attention.
Authorities capture men suspected of driving vehicle into crowd in Beijing's political heart, killing five people.
Reports say search under way for two people from Xinjiang following deaths caused by motorist driving into pedestrians.
Support group says Ya Weilin had failed to get government redress over son killed in 1989 crackdown on student protests.
Sixteen websites shut down, two social media sites penalised and hundreds arrested, according to state media reports.
The congregants, who belong to an unregistered church, tried to hold a service at a public space in the capital Beijing.
Acclaimed artist's apparent detention draws international condemnation while his whereabouts remains a mystery.
Liu Xia, wife of Nobel Peace prize winner Liu Xiaobo, calls government's decision "illegal" and "very hard to take".
Authorities in Beijing are investigating a security firm that was allegedly paid to lock up petitoners in secret jails.
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