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International Herald Tribune: China rights group - Shanghai housing protesters get prison terms for "disturbances"

December 18, 2006

Excerpted from International Herald Tribune:

Du Yangming, a man in his 60s, and Tian Baocheng were given 30-month prison terms Monday for allegedly refusing to pay for use of a public toilet near the Xinhua News Agency branch office in downtown Shanghai, and for instigating other housing petitioners to shout at Xinhua employees, Human Rights in China said, citing court documents.

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