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Canada Raises Organ Harvesting at UN

Anne-Tamara Lorre, Canada’s human rights adviser at the U.N, Human Rights Council meeting :W”e remain concerned that Falun Gong practitioners and other religious worshippers in China face persecution, and reports that organ transplants take place without free and informed consent of the donor are troubling”.
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China Transplant Official Backtracks on Prisoner Organs

If during years the assumption was that China’s organ transplant system would be shifting away from a reliance on prisoner organs, Huang Jiefu, head of the China Organ Donation and Transplant Committee and former Chinese Health Minister recent remarks left no hope this assumption is right.
During an interview with Chinese News paper, Huang Huang defended the practice of sourcing organs from executed prisoners, and also argued for an expansion of the system.

Polluted River Catches Fire in China

Pollution of rivers in Zhejiang Province is not punished by local government. The Meyu river that has smelled bad for years, caught fire due to black oil released by factories upstream

Tiananmen Mothers Urge Chinese Legislators to Follow Their Conscience and Resolve June Fourth Issue

The Tiananmen Mothers group, urge to members of China’s legislature and political advisory body to break the 25-year government silence on the June 4, 1989 military crackdown on the Democracy Movement.
“Truth, compensation, accountability—these three things are our consistent appeal. They, together with our morality and conscience, will be maintained until the day they are realized,” says the group of 128 family members of June Fourth victims.

Departing US Ambassador to China Talks Human Rights

The outgoing U.S. ambassador to China, Gary Locke will be remember with,unusual incidents connected with Human Rights in China.
During Locke being in duty, Wang Lijun, the police chief of Chongqing, sought to defect to the American consulate in Chengdu; then, the blind dissident Chen Guangcheng escaped and defected to the American Embassy in Beijing.

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