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Chinese Activist And Nobel Laureate Dies

Liu Xiaobo, who was awarded the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize while imprisoned for advocating democracy and human rights in China, has died at the age of 61. (July 13)
USATODAY.com

2 foreign doctors who visited Liu Xiaobo say cancer-stricken Chinese activist can be safely transported abroad

BEIJING (AP) — 2 foreign doctors who visited Liu Xiaobo say cancer-stricken Chinese activist can be safely transported abroad.
Seattle Times

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News video: Chinese activist Liu Xiaobo dies

Chinese activist Liu Xiaobo dies 03:38

The Chinese human rights activist was recently moved from jail to hospital, where he was being treated for liver cancer.
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News video: Chinese Activist Liu Xiaobo Dies at 61

Chinese Activist Liu Xiaobo Dies at 61 00:51

Liu Xiaobo, a Chinese activist who protested during the 1989 Tiananmen Square demonstrations, died Thursday.
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News video: Chinese artist Ai Weiwei celebrates free speech in new D.C. exhibit

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei celebrates free speech in new D.C. exhibit 05:22

Chinese activist Ai Weiwei is one of the world's most famous artists, known for sticking his finger in the eye of the Chinese government and symbols of state power. One of Ai's latest American..
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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei celebrates free speech in new D.C. exhibit

Chinese activist Ai Weiwei is one of the world's most famous artists, known for sticking his finger in the eye of the Chinese government and symbols of state power. One of Ai's latest American..
CBS News

China Charges Labor Activist for 'Picking Quarrels'

A Chinese activist who for years has documented worker unrest faced charges of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” on Friday, in a trial seen as a bellwether of Beijing’s approach to..
Wall Street Journal

Family Says Chinese Activist Faces Subversion Charge

Chinese authorities have charged rights activist Jiang Tianyong with subversion of state power, six months after he disappeared and lost contact with his family and lawyers, his wife said..
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Chinese Activist Who Wanted Asylum in Taiwan Returns to China

Taiwanese officials say Zhang Xiangzhong, an anticorruption campaigner who was previously imprisoned in China, did not meet the requirements to stay in Taiwan long term.
NYTimes.com

Chinese activist’s lawyers slam purported interview with him

BEIJING (AP) — Lawyers representing a prominent detained Chinese human rights campaigner have criticized a purported interview with him by a state-run newspaper. The Global Times said Jiang Tianyong..
Seattle Times

Chinese Activist, Missing for Weeks, Is Said to Be in Custody

State-run news outlets said Jiang Tianyong, a disbarred lawyer who has energetically supported the families of human rights lawyers caught in a crackdown, was being held.
NYTimes.com

Chinese Activist Lawyer Sentenced to 12 Years on Fraud Charges

chinese activist lawyer sentenced to 12 years on fraud charges
BEIJING—A Chinese lawyer who defended activists and others involved in politically sensitive cases was sentenced to 12 years in prison recently on fraud charges, his lawyers said. Xia Lin was..
Epoch Times

Chinese activist charged with 'subversion' for attending a meeting and a conference

A Chinese court on Friday found a Christian activist guilty of “subverting state power,” primarily for discussing political issues with other activists at a restaurant and attending a religious..
L.A. Times

Rights Groups Denounce Court Ruling Against Chinese Activist

A court in Tianjin Tuesday handed down a guilty verdict for Chinese rights defender Zhai Yanmin, who was given a three-year jail term with a four-year probation period after being found guilty of..
VOA News

Chinese Activist Wang Yu Seen Confessing in Video

A celebrated Chinese human-rights lawyer, detained for more than a year, disavowed her work and accused her former boss of trying to foment revolution, in a video interview disseminated online Monday.
Wall Street Journal


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