China frees corruption journalist – BBC

From BBC:

 Awards01 Jiang WebA Chinese journalist imprisoned for subversion after writing articles about corruption has been freed a year early, according to a campaign group.

Jiang Weiping was reunited with his family after a court in Dalian, north-eastern China, commuted the final year of his six-year sentence.

The US-based Dui Hua Foundation said he was freed on good behaviour.

Read more about Jiang Weiping, including examples of his journalism, from the Committee to Protect Journalists. More on this topic, via Google News.

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