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Sophie Richardson, China Director of Human Rights Watch makes a speech at The Foreign Correspondents' Club in Hong Kong, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016. Torture, solitary confinement and coerced confessions are rife in anticorruption investigations of Chinese Communist Party officials, according to a new report by Human Rights Watch analyzing one of the most secretive aspects of China's one-party system: the supervision of its own party members. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

China's Communist Party turns 90

Chinese President Hu Jintao celebrated the Communist Party on its 90th anniversary Friday for its ability to adapt and said it must use that skill to fight corruption and ease social conflict if it is to stay in power.