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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.

High-Profile Trial of Labor Activist in China Takes Turn for the Absurd

Migrant worker was indicted or organizing workers in a protest and petitioning the local government.
Wu Guijun who was elected by co-workers as a negotiator in a labor dispute with their furniture factory employers was arrested and charged in court with the allegation of “gathering a crowd to disrupt social order,”

China Organ harvesting horror exposed at the Israeli parliament –Knesset

The Israeli Knesset Liberal Lobby held a special session this week dedicated to the persecution of Falun Gong by the Communist regime in China.
Foreign and Israeli experts exposed the facts concerning organ harvesting in China.
Members of Knesset and others personalities who took part in the debate reacted that Israel has to raise its voice against this practice

David Kilgour – Name and shame

David Kilgour is a former Canadian Parliament member and was awarded the 2009 Human Rights Prize of the International Society for Human Rights in Switzerland for his work in raising awareness of state-sponsored organ pillaging in China

A New Facility Replaces Labor Camps in China

Labor camps were shuts but new, legally facilities, some called “disciplinary centers” act the same.
Yang Jinfen testify: “My nearly 70-year-old mom has been detained without any legal procedure”

Spanish Judge Issues Arrest Warrant For Former Chinese Leader

The Spanish National Court had ordered the issuing of the warrants for genocide, torture, and crimes against humanity alleged to have been committed during China’s occupation of Tibet.
They were issued against five former high-ranking Chinese regime officials, including former Chinese Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin,

China Soars to Top of World Cancer Report

The annually report from the WHO (World Health Organization) quotes its International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)– From a total of 8.2 million deaths from cancer in the world in 2012, around 2.2 million or 26.9 percent were in China.

China’s Environmental Crisis – CFR Report

China’s environmental crisis is due to the fact that it’s huge economic growth has come at the expense of its environment and public health.
Citizens in big Chinese cities citizens have dubbed the air pollution as “airpocalypse”.

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