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Li Wangyang, who was released from prison last year, was found dead in his ward, prompting outrage in China's activist community.
The Chinese authorities must initiate a full, independent investigation into the death in hospital of a former prisoner of conscience, Amnesty International said ...
Chinese authorities have reportedly detained hundreds of people in Lhasa after two self-immolations in the Tibetan capital.
AI index: ASA 17/014/2012. Tiananmen - 23rd anniversary - Still no justice On the eve of the 23rd anniversary of the Chinese military's ...
Public Statement ASA 17/014/2012
Falun Gong practitioners Wang Xiaodong and his sister Wang Junling have been detained, and are at risk of torture and other ill-treatment. They are prisoners of ...
Urgent Action ASA 17/013/2012
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
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.
The US must guarantee Chen Guangcheng's safety and insist China protect the rights of the activist and his family, Amnesty International said.