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HRIC Daily Brief September 6

September 6, 2016 by admin

China Human Rights Briefing

Chinese Police Seize Dozens of Activists, Petitioners Prior to G20 Summit in Hangzhou

September 6, 2016 by admin

 August 19-September 2, 2016
Arbitrary Detention & Enforced Disappearance
CHRD has documented dozens of cases of deprived liberty of activists and petitioners as part of the Chinese government’s “stability maintenance” measures before the G20 Summit opening this Sunday in Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province.

Noch mehr Selbstmorde aus Protest gegen die Zerstörung von Larung Gar

September 6, 2016 by admin

Zwei weitere buddhistische Nonnen, die in dem Klosterkomplex Larung Gar in Sichuan lebten, töteten sich aus Verzweiflung über die Zerstörung dieses wichtigen tibetisch-buddhistischen Studienzentrums durch die chinesischen Behörden.

I’m a target for refusing to submit to a ‘certain power’

September 5, 2016 by admin

Sing Pao newspaper chief insists amid reports mainland police are preparing a global manhunt

Hong Kong bookselles disappearances

September 5, 2016 by admin

By the end of 2015, five Hong Kong-based book publishers linked to the company Mighty Current went missing. They eventually turned up in the custody of mainland Chinese authorities.

Chinese rights activist in critical condition with head injuries day after being sentenced to jail

September 5, 2016 by admin

Police say inmate tried to hang himself and was injured when rescued; family rejects explanation

Offener Brief G20 der IGFM

August 25, 2016 by admin

An den Bundestag

An die Bundeskanzlerin

A Call for People of China and Those Around the World to "Plead Guilty" to the Chinese Communist Regime as an Act of Protest

August 20, 2016 by admin

By Initiatives for China/Citizen Power For China
August 4, 2016

U.S. calls for release of four Chinese human rights activists

August 20, 2016 by admin

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States called on China on Monday to release four human rights lawyers and activists who were convicted of subversion last week.

The Hellish Scene Behind Guo Feixiong’s Wishes

August 20, 2016 by admin

Guo Feixiong will soon be transferred to a prison again. His sister, after visiting him, conveyed his wishes: “I demand that in prison, [I] will have books to read, won’t have to kneel down, won’t be forced to perform labor, and won’t be beaten.”

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