EU-CHINA Summit: Human Rights Situation in China Remains Disturbing
Despite the commitment made at last year's Summit to protect and promote human rights, China continues to engage in practices that involve gross human rights violations, says Amnesty International ahead of the EU-China Summit on 9 September.
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