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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...
In “ Esposa de activista pide a la ONU que investigue el acoso que sufre la pareja ” by Spanish news agency EFE:
From Ruta Vilkaite in Tibet Post International, " Chinese Author Hu Ping Analyses Self-Immolation Actions ":
Excerpted from Frank Langfitt's report on NPR's All Things Considered , " Murder Trial of Chinese Politician's Wife Set to Start ":
Excerpted from Barbara Demick's article in the Los Angeles Times , " China Prepares for Trial in Sensational Case of Neil Heywood Slaying ":
Excerpted from The Associated Press : An ailing Chinese labor activist imprisoned for two decades died in a hospital Wednesday one year after being released from jail, and a relative raised doubt on the official explanation that he had hanged himself. [...] During his first prison term, Li was held...
Excerpted from Reuters : An ailing Chinese labour activist [Li Wangyang] imprisoned for two decades died in a hospital Wednesday one year after being released from jail, and a relative raised doubt on the official explanation that he had hanged himself. [...]
Excerpted from an article by HRIC Executive Director Sharon Hom in Foreign Affairs , “Chinese Dissidence from Tiananmen to Today” :
Excerpted from Deutsche Welle's “又一名异议人士因煽动颠覆罪被捕 ” : 江西独立参选人刘萍和李思华告诉 中国人权 ,4月27日,游明磊在江西师范大学散发传单,上面写有 “爱国反共,恢复中华,天赋人权,民主自由”的字样,还附有今年2月被判刑7年的浙江异议人士朱虞夫的诗 《中国人,是时候了》。这首诗被中国当局作为对朱虞夫定罪的罪证之一。吴淦认为,不能仅以这样的传单就将游明磊定罪:“又不是用武装,用暴力,只是表达自己的一个诉求,一个看法。”

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