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Hong Kong Bookseller Recounts Detention in Mainland China
A Hong Kong bookseller has given an explosive account of being seized at a border by Chinese authorities, blindfolded and spirited away to be confined in a room for five months of interrogation and surveillance
Journalists Protest Ban at German Nationalist Party Meet
A German journalists' association is protesting a nationalist party's decision to exclude the press from sessions at an upcoming regional congress
UN Official Urges Bahrain to Ensure Human Rights
The United Nations special adviser on preventing genocide is urging Bahrain to ensure freedom of speech and assembly
Turkey Arrests Journalists, Academic for 'Terror' Propaganda
A Turkish court has decided to place three Turkish journalists, including a local representative of Reporters Without Borders, on pretrial arrest over charges of disseminating "terrorist propaganda"
Hong Kong Bookseller Contemplated Suicide in China Detention
A Hong Kong bookseller whose disappearance sparked international concern says he was despondent during his detention by authorities in mainland China that he considered suicide
Judge Upholds Firing of Beach Officer Over Racist Posts
A judge upholds a decision to fire a central Florida beach officer that posted racist comments on Facebook about Trayvon Martin
Hong Kong Bookseller's Revelations Deepen Rift With Beijing
A Hong Kong bookseller's revelation of months spent in harrowing detention by mainland Chinese authorities is inflaming tense relations between the semiautonomous city and Beijing, with pro-democracy activists staging protests Friday
'The View' Co-Hosts Take on Second Amendment
The co-hosts discuss Americans' opinions about gun ownership and regulation.
President Obama's Toughest Attacks Yet on Donald Trump's Terrorism Views
The GOP presumptive nominee responded overnight, saying Obama was "more angry" at him than "he was at the shooter."