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Two years into China’s ongoing anti-corruption campaign, a senior Chinese diplomat has claimed that the absence of extradition treaties
Reuters reports that the detained human rights activist who staged a two-month-sit-in to advocate for the public’s involvement in a national
March 2, 2014 8:47 PM
International NGO Human Rights Watch’s World Report 2014, released on Tuesday, devoted a chapter to China’s human rights record
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