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On 10 April, housing rights activist and former lawyer Ni Yulan was given a two year and eight-month sentence for “picking quarrels and making trouble” and “fraud ...
Urgent Action ASA 17/011/2012
The expulsion of an Al-Jazeera journalist from China is part of a wider clampdown on foreign reporters in the country.
China says activist Chen Guangcheng will be allowed to go abroad to study but his wider family is still in detention.
Promises to Chen Guangcheng that he can live a normal life if he remains in China must be viewed with extreme caution, Amnesty International said.
The US must guarantee Chen Guangcheng's safety and insist China protect the rights of the activist and his family, Amnesty International said.
GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER JOURNALISTS KILLED WITH IMPUNITY IN SOMALIA “FOR ALL THOSE PEOPLES WHO HAVE WEPT, WHO HAVE BEENMARGINALIZED, WHO HAVE BEEN ...
Postcard ASA 17/010/2012
Amnesty International hears from journalists and bloggers across the world who face abuse and even imprisonment while trying to do their job.
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Newsletter NWS 21/003/2012
1) Up front: the night-crossing 2) Freedom of expression: China's defiant heart 3) Human rights talk: 'You can't just stand there and not act' 4) World Press Freedom ...
Fears have risen for blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng who made a bold escape from illegal house arrest.