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Excerpted from AFP : State security personnel took Gao [Zhisheng] from his home village in the northwestern province of Shaanxi on Feb. 4 and he hasn't been heard from since, according to the New York-based Human Rights in China. Access to the full text of this article may require a subscription...
Excerpted from AP : Human Rights in China said they were all in their 20s when they were detained, and the trial rested on three witnesses who also were members of the study group, one who was an informant for the Ministry of Public Security. After the conviction, all three witnesses said their...
Excerpted from JURIST : The Chinese government released two democracy activists Thursday after serving eight years of their ten-year prison sentences, according to US-based Human Rights in China (HRIC). [...] According to HRIC, all four of the dissidents, including the two who remain imprisoned, Xu...
Excerpted from The New York Times : Human rights organizations have long sought the release of the men, citing the severity of their sentences and pointing out that none of those convicted were veteran dissidents. They say the defendants, all in their 20s and graduates of the country’s most...
Excerpted from AFP : They were both freed on Thursday but are subject to a two-year ban on speaking to foreign media or rights organisations without official approval, the New York-based Human Rights in China said in a statement late Friday. Access to the full text of this article may require a...
Excerpted from TVOntario's The Agenda with Steve Paikin : The political fallout of a painful recession: what happens when the money starts drying up? Part II of The Agenda's special look at China and the global economic crisis. Guests: Gordon Chang , columnist at Forbes.com. Bernie Frolic ,...
Excerpted from KCRW's To The Point : Host Warren Olney: Were you disappointed, as we have heard other human rights groups described as being? Sharon Hom: We were disappointed with both the substance and the strategy of how human rights were raised. [...] The message that clearly was received by the...
Excerpted from Radio Netherlands Worldwide : In the longer term, Sharon Hom of Human Rights in China is concerned that the harassment of rights defenders will increase as the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen protests nears. "This is a process where rights defenders are picked up, released,...
Excerpted from Tibetan Review : Said Sharon Hom, Executive Director of New York-based Human Rights in China (HRIC), "As a test of a state-driven process aimed at advancing human rights among member states through constructive dialogue, consensus decision-making, and cooperation, the Universal...
Excerpted from Infosud (via Swissinfo) : Circle your adversary rather than launch a frontal attack is the Maoist tactic chosen by Human Rights in China (HRIC), when it came to Geneva to confront one of the world’s biggest powers. The human rights situation in China was submitted for scrutiny on...

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