The 2013 Annual Report on
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450000 people demanded China release the only imprisoned Nobel laureate in a campaign led by Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Human rights defender and prisoner of conscience Mao Hengfeng was allowed to leave the police detention centre where she was being held on 8 February. The Chinese ...
Urgent Action ASA 17/002/2013
Chen Kegui, nephew of Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng, was sentenced to three years and three months imprisonment in November 2012. His family was ...
Urgent Action ASA 17/008/2013
Chinese prisoner of conscience Zhu Chengzhi was moved to his own home to continue his “residential surveillance” term after being held at an unknown location since ...
Urgent Action ASA 17/001/2013
A Chinese woman who killed her husband after suffering months of domestic violence is at imminent risk of execution, after exhausting all her appeals.
Urgent Action ASA 17/007/2013
A Chinese woman who beat her husband to death with a gun after suffering months of domestic violence should not be executed.
Human rights defender Zhu Chengzhi has been subjected to six months' “residential surveillance” at an undisclosed location since 4 January. Having been previously ...
Urgent Action ASA 17/006/2013
Claims that China's system of “Re-education Through Labour” [RTL] is to be stopped in 2013 will raise more questions than answers, Amnesty International said in ...
Nurmemet Yasin was imprisoned on the basis of his story 'Wild Pigeon' about a trapped bird who commits suicide rather than live in captivity.