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For Immediate Release Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that prominent dissident Fang Jue has been expelled from China. A well-known participant in China’s democracy movement, Fang Jue has been missing since November 4, when it is believed he was detained as part of a general crackdown on...
China has released prominent dissident Fang Jue from detention and expelled him to the United States, a human rights group announced Saturday. Fang was put aboard a United Airlines flight to Chicago on Friday afternoon, New York-based Human Rights in China said. It said he was allowed to contact...
A former Chinese bureaucrat who served a prison term after calling for free elections has been expelled to the United States, activists announced Saturday. Fang Jue , who was released from prison last July but detained again before a major Communist Party meeting in November, was put aboard a...
For Immediate Release January 16, 2003 Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that an elderly scholar, Wang Daqi , has been sentenced to prison for publishing political writings.
For Immediate Release Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that political dissident and Internet activist Ouyang Yi has been formally arrested, making him the latest victim in the Chinese government’s crackdown against political expression on the Internet.
BEIJING, Jan 15 - China has blocked an Internet site used by more than one million people worldwide to post on-line diaries, known as blogs, users and its developer said on Wednesday. The U.S.-based "blogspot" Web site, where people write about their daily lives up to several times a day, has been...
An Internet activist missing for several months in northwest China has been charged with inciting the overthrow of state power and is awaiting sentencing, court officials and a US-based rights group said. Tao Haidong , 45, was tried in the Urumqi People's Intermediate Court on January 8 over...
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A human rights group says police in the Chinese city of Shanghai have arrested the leader of an underground Christian church and sentenced him, without trial, to 18 months in a labour camp. The American-based organisation Human Rights in China says the leader, Xu Guoxing , was detained along with...
For Immediate Release Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that Xinjiang Internet activist Tao Haidong , missing for several months, has been tried and is awaiting sentencing. The trial follows the recent arrests of Internet activists Liu Di and Li Yibin . Informed sources in Urumqi say Tao...

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