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China: Family of Condemned British Man Pleads for Amnesty

In China, a British man is scheduled to be executed on Tuesday. His family has traveled there to appeal for his life. Father of three, Akmal Shaikh was convicted of … Mehr»
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Buenos Aires: Plaintiff Discusses Landmark Case Against Chinese Officials

In Buenos Aires on Tuesday (December 22), a press conference was held to discuss a landmark ruling in an Argentine court. The ruling calls for the extradition of two former … Mehr»
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Augenzeuge enthüllt Organraub an lebenden Falun Gong-Praktizierenden in China

Ärzte in staatlich geführten Krankenhäusern Chinas entfernen Organe von Falun Gong-Praktizierenden und anderen Gefangenen – um diese gewinnbringend zu verkaufen. Seit drei Jahren sammelt die... Mehr»
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Chinese Dissident Liu Xiaobo Sentenced to 11 Years

Prominent Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo was sentenced on Friday to 11 years in prison. It was on charges of so-called „incitement to subvert state power“—a charge the Chinese regime often... Mehr»
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10 Chinese Church Leaders Detained in Recent Weeks

Christmas is just around the corner, but for some Christians in northern China there isn’t much to celebrate. In November, five religious leaders in Linfen City, Shanxi Province, were sentenced... Mehr»
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Taiwan Public Protests CCP Official’s Visit

A Chinese Communist Party official visiting Taiwan is drawing protestors wherever he goes. Xu Guangchun arrived in Taiwan earlier this week to foster trade and economic exchange. Now the former... Mehr»
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China: Teenager Loses Dad after Violent Home Demolition

A teenager in eastern Jiangsu Province is now homeless and grieving for his father. Eighteen-year-old Yuan Chen from Xiyuanxing Village in Wuxi city lost his home on November 30. A … Mehr»
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Chinese Communist Official Facing Genocide Charges in Taiwan

A member of the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Committee is being sued for genocide in Taiwan. Xu Guangchun, the former Provincial Party Secretary of Henan province, arrived in Taiwan on … Mehr»
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Sun TV Signal Blocked in Mainland China

In its latest move in a campaign of media crackdown the Chinese Communist Party—or CCP—has blocked the broadcast signal of Hong Kong-based Sun TV. Starting December 5, Sun TV headquarters … Mehr»
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China: Eyewitness Exposes Live Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China

We’ve been covering the issue of organ harvesting in China. It’s when doctors at Chinese state-run hospitals remove organs from Falun Gong practitioners or other prisoners—so they can be sold... Mehr»
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Chinese Authorities Hindering Search of Missing Children

“Search for missing son. Selling assets to offer 100,000 yuan reward.” This sign outside a small cell phone store in Shenzhen, southern Guangdong Province is a plea from a desperate … Mehr»
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Tibetans-in-exile Remember Persecuted Buddhist Nun

33-year-old Tibetan nun Yankyi Dolma reportedly died on Sunday in a hospital in Chengdu in China’s Sichuan Province. Tibetans living-in-exile remembered the nun at a candlelight vigil in... Mehr»
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Australien: Schwarzhandel mit Organen in China nimmt zu

Am 25. November erhielt das Parlament in Canberra eine Nachricht. Sie bog um die Ecke, passierte eine Falun Gong-Demonstration und stieg aus dem Wagen. Der Überbringer: Ein kanadischer... Mehr»
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Czech Republic: Totalitarian Lesson for Czech Students

This morning is a bit unusual for students from Policka High School, who came to school thinking how this day would be. The students experience one day of totalitarian rule … Mehr»
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China: CCP’s “Corruption Hotline“ Overloaded but Fails to Impress

A Chinese website is inviting the public to report corrupt communist officials or organizations online. The Impeaching Center of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate began operating the website on... Mehr»
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Russian President Honors Victims of Communist Persecution

In Russia, Memorial Day for the victims of political persecution under the communist regime was commemorated last week, and President Dmitry Medvedev sent a clear message through his video blog... Mehr»
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Was hat sich in China nicht verändert?

Eine Analyse der chinesischen Einparteien-Diktatur Mehr»
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Hubertus Knabe über „Die Linke“ in der Politik

Unlängst stellte eine überregionale Zeitschrift in ihrer Beilage einem Politiker die persönliche Frage, wem er denn aus welchem Grund einen Preis verleihen würde. Die Antwort lautete kurz und... Mehr»
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Zwei Lebenswege – ein politisches System (Teil 2)

Zwei Männer, zwei Wege. Doch so unterschiedlich die nachfolgend geschilderten Lebenswege auch erscheinen mögen, eines haben sie gemeinsam: Beide Wege waren gekennzeichnet von Unterdrückung,... Mehr»
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Zwei Lebenswege – ein politisches System

Zwei Männer, zwei Wege. Doch so unterschiedlich die nach­folgend geschilderten Lebenswege auch erscheinen mögen, eines haben sie gemein­sam: Beide Wege waren gekenn­zeichnet von Unterdrückung,... Mehr»