‘Changsha Three’ Rights Activists Secretly Indicted For ‘Subversion’
Authorities in the central Chinese province of Hunan have secretly indicted the “Changsha Three” non-governmental organization (NGO) workers, family members and rights groups said.
Cheng Yuan, Liu Dazhi, and Wuge Jianxiong were indicted in secret for “subversion of state power” by prosecutors in Hunan’s provincial capital, Changsha, on June 24.
国际西藏网络（International Tibet Network）等西藏人权团体23日提出以上呼吁和要求。他们介绍说，森卓（A-Nya Sengdra）是西藏牧民和社区领袖
Police in Shandong’s Jinan Deny Restricting Chinese Lawyer’s Freedom
Police in the eastern province of Shandong denied on Monday that they were keeping Chinese rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang under surveillance following his release from a four-and-a-half year prison sentence.
An officer who answered the phone at the Shengjing police station
Hong Kong Protesters Count Down For Liberation, Revolution at New Year
Protests continued in several districts of Hong Kong on New Year’s Eve, with thousands of people chanting “Free Hong Kong! Revolution in our time!” as the city counted
Wife of Jailed Chinese Rights Attorney Sees No Improvement in His Mental State
The wife of jailed human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang saw no improvement in his mental state when she visited him in prison on Thursday, she told RFA.Li Wenzu arrived to visit Wang
Wife of Jailed Chinese Rights Law Wins Human Rights Prize
Li Wenzu, rights activist and wife of detained Chinese rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang, has won a European human rights award for her “exceptional contribution” to the protection
China Formally Arrests Outspoken Human Rights Attorney, Denies Lawyer Visit
Authorities in the southwestern Chinese region of Guangxi have formally arrested an outspoken human rights lawyer on suspicion of subversion.
Qin Yongpei (also called Tan Yongpei), whose license
‘I’m Pretty Sure They Tried to Force My Husband to Confess’
The wife of a petitioner from the southeastern Chinese province of Fujian says that her husband’s death in police custody was suspicious, and has called on provincial authorities