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Washington,DC,USA UPI China arrested two Christian leaders charging them with "revealing state secrets" because they did research on persecution, Human Rights in China ...
"... Shanghai soap factory after becoming pregnant a second time in violation of national population control measures, New York-based Human Rights in China said in ..." Full Article
Peasants Resist Developers, Local Officials By Edward Cody
"...Some, such as Liu Qing, who runs the New York-based Human Rights in China , have made a career out of their background..." Full Article
... Soon after speaking to AFP her phone lines appeared to have been cut. The New York-based Human Rights in China (HRIC) cited a similar story in a report. ...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that Jiang Meili , the wife of jailed Shanghai lawyer Zheng Enchong , has recently been released from three days’ unlawful detention.
BILL SAVADOVE in Shanghai "...The New York-based Human Rights in China yesterday published the "open letter" to the government..." Full Article
... organizations. He had allegedly faxed a copy of state secrets to Human Rights in China (HRIC) based in New York on May 28. Zheng ... Full Article
... But a New York-based group, Human Rights in China , says Shanghai officials have used beatings and psychological pressure against protesters. ... Full Article
... any forum, any association which is not formally approved by the government is technically illegal in China," says Nicholas Becquelin from Human Rights in China ... Full Article


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