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China's efforts to control and suppress human rights lawyers have intensified recently, according to a new Amnesty International report.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. UPDATE. Index: ASA 17/031/2011. 30 June 2011. Against the law: Crackdown on China's human rights lawyers deepens: Update on Background. ...
PressItem ASA 17/031/2011
Trio who had been subjected to enforced disappearance along with the Chinese artist released, but other dissidents remain in detention.
Three of artist Ai Weiwei's associates are still missing, presumed in secret detention, despite the conditional release of Ai and his cousin.
A Hong Kong man, Robert Shan Shiao-may, and Lien Sung-ching, of Taiwan, are facing execution in mainland China. The Supreme People's Court (SPC) in Beijing is now ...
Urgent Action ASA 17/028/2011
The artist's release on bail must not diminish the international outcry about other activists detained during this year's 'Jasmine' crackdown.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. MEDIA ADVISORY. 21 June 2011. AI Index: ASA 17/027/2011. China: Crackdown on lawyers intensifies. On 30 June 2011 ...
PressItem ASA 17/027/2011
Ershidin Israil, an ethnic Uighur and a Chinese national, was forcibly returned from Kazakhstan to China on 30 May and is now being treated as a “major terror suspect ...
Urgent Action ASA 17/026/2011
Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, who is wanted for genocide and other serious abuses, is due to visit China this month.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT. Index: ASA 17/025/2011. 2 June 2011. China: Tiananmen, 22 years on, the repressive patterns continue. ...
Public Statement ASA 17/025/2011