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Aus dem Parlament ins Gefängnis

August 23, 2017 by admin

Ein Gericht in Hongkong verhängt monatelange Haftstrafen gegen drei Demokratie-Aktivisten der Regenschirmbewegung.

Hong Kong: Quash Convictions of Student Leaders

August 23, 2017 by admin

Court Ruling Could Bar Youths from Upcoming Elections

Laogai Research Italia Newsletter 13.08.2017

August 23, 2017 by admin

UHRP Alarmed by Ban of Uyghur Language in Hotan Schools

August 23, 2017 by admin

The Hotan Prefecture Department of Education Department issued a directive in June requiring full instruction in Mandarin beginning in preschool, and banning the use of Uyghur in all educational activities and management, threatening punishment if the directive is not followed.

New York Times: Hong Kong Activist Says Chinese Agents Stapled His Legs Over Messi Photo

August 23, 2017 by admin

Hong Kong — A pro-democracy activist in Hong Kong said on Friday that Chinese agents drove staples into his legs after he asked the soccer star Lionel Messi to send a message of support for a jailed Chinese dissident.

Police interrogate Zhejiang pastor, lift bail

August 23, 2017 by admin

Authorities revoked the bail of a pastor in China’s coastal Zhejiang and issued him a subpoena on Aug. 2.

Anhui officials convene Christian persecution meeting, suppress 16 churches

August 23, 2017 by admin

Citing contrived “potential dangers,” authorities in China’s eastern Anhui province convened a rally on Aug. 4 in order to discuss the “renovation” of Christian house churches.

Chinese official staples legs of Hong Kong democracy advocate

August 23, 2017 by admin

Chinese authorities drove staples into the limbs of a pro-democracy activist in Hong Kong today, forming cross shapes on his legs.

Amnesty International: China: Trial of prominent activist ‘The Butcher’ a cruel farce

August 23, 2017 by admin

The Chinese authorities must end their persecution of prominent activist Wu Gan and immediately and unconditionally release him, Amnesty International said, ahead of his expected trial on Monday.
Wu Gan’s trial is a cruel farce. He is merely being punished for refusing to stop his innovative and legitimate campaigns for justice in China.
Patrick Poon, China Researcher at Amnesty International

Radio Free Asia: 'Released' Rights Lawyer Still Held in Northern China Cave Under Police Guard

August 23, 2017 by admin

Dissident rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, who remains under house arrest since his release from prison in August 2014, is unlikely to regain any measure of freedom before the ruling Chinese Communist Party's 19th congress later this year, his friends told RFA.


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