COVID disinfectant poisoning kills at least 13 Uyghurs in village in Xinjiang

The Uyghurs who died were all residents of Guma county (in Chinese, Pishan), Hotan (Hetian) prefecture. They are said to be among thousands of people in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) reported to have been poisoned by disinfectants used to fight the COVID-19 virus, according to online comments on social media. 

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Sichuan rights activist Huang Qi’s dying mother fears she will never see him again

Pu Wenqing, the mother of jailed rights activist Huang Qi, has appealed to the authorities in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan to allow her a last meeting with her son as she nears the end of her life.

“Lately I have been suffering from dizziness, headache, instability, and pain

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广西人权律师覃永沛被捕561天 至今不开庭


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王藏、王利芹夫妇被控“煽颠”案 下周在云南楚雄州中级法院开庭


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Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Still Unaccounted For 3 Years After Disappearance

Three years after prominent human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng disappeared from his cave dwelling home in the northern Chinese province of Shaanxi, his wife still has no idea where he is and appealed for international attention to his case.

Gao, once a prominent lawyer feted by the ruling Chinese Communist Party

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湖南人权律师谢阳遭当局吊销律师执业证书 律协会员资格也被取消


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帮助访民 山东于新永被判囚四年



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Chinese Lawyers Mark 5th Anniversary of July 9 Crackdown

China’s embattled legal profession on Thursday marked the fifth anniversary of a nationwide crackdown targeting more than 300 law firms, human rights attorneys and associated activists that began with the arrest of lawyers Wang Yu and Bao Longjun and colleagues at the now-shuttered Beijing Fengrui law firm on July 9, 2015.

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同囚临沭看守所 许志永被禁见律师 丁家喜遭“隔离观察”



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China Jails Rights Lawyer Yu Wensheng For Four Years in Secret Trial

Authorities in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu have handed a four-year jail term to human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng on subversion charges.

Yu was sentenced by Jiangsu’s Xuzhou Intermediate People’s Court after it found him guilty of “incitement to subvert state power” in a secret trial.

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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

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