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The Guardian: China Democracy Activist's Partner Appeals to UN over Harassment

August 22, 2012

From Tania Branigan in The Guardian, “China Democracy Activist's Partner Appeals to UN over Harassment”:

Wang, 36, has now written an open letter to the United Nations asking for help. According to her account, released via the group Human Rights in China, she terminated a pregnancy because she feared that without a marriage licence she could be forced into a late-term abortion for breaching China's strict birth control laws. Although such measures are illegal in China, they still occur.

For more on Wang Xifeng and Qin Yongmin’s case, see “Wife of Wuhan Activist Details Harassment and Unlawful Detention and Appeals to International Community.”

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