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中国拒联合国人权整改建议 国际社会谴责 (International community condemns China’s rejection of UN recommendations on human rights situation)
Radio Free Asia, March 14, 2019

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Inconvenient truths at China’s UN rights review: Chinese rejection of reform underscores plight of Muslims in Xinjiang
Human Rights Watch, March 13, 2019

China: Blatant disregard of UN human rights experts’ recommendations
Amnesty International, March 14, 2019

Government makes a mockery of UN human rights review
FIDH, March 14, 2019

最高法院暫緩取消與台灣自貿 薩爾瓦多候任總統:重新審視與北京關係 (El Salvador to re-evaluate relationship with Beijing as top court suspends termination of Taiwan trade agreement)
Ming Pao, March 15, 2019

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Responding to El Salvador president-elect, China denies it meddles
Reuters, March 15, 2019

Behind China’s move to block Masood Azhar’s listing, a strategic reason
Hindustan Times, March 14, 2019

UN experts renew calls for probe into death of Cao Shunli
UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders, March 14, 2019

China, relocated: Tales from China’s homes away from home
Sixth Tone, March 14, 2019

Chinese authorities tighten restrictions in Qinghai amid Tibetan uprising anniversaries
Radio Free Asia, March 14, 2019

专访坦桑尼亚驻华大使:“一带一路”是中国为世界做出的贡献 (Mbelwa Kairuki, Tanzania Ambassador to China: Belt and Road Initiative is China’s contribution to the world, criticism on debt risks is “rumor”)
Xinhua, March 14, 2019

2018年美国的人权纪录和2018年美国侵犯人权事记 (China publishes 2018 Report on U.S. Human Rights, citing gun violence, discrimination against Muslims, Internet surveillance, sexual harassment, immigration policies, withdrawal from Human Rights Council)
Xinhua, March 14, 2019

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