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Washington,DC,USA UPI China arrested two Christian leaders charging them with "revealing state secrets" because they did research on persecution, Human Rights in China ...
“The government uses terrorism as an excuse or an argument so that foreign countries don't look into what is happening in Xinjiang,” Nicolas Becquelin, a Hong Kong-based researcher for Human Rights in China , told Agence France-Presse (AFP). Full Text
“The government uses terrorism as an excuse or an argument so that foreign countries don't look into what is happening in Xinjiang,” Nicolas Becquelin, a Hong Kong-based researcher for Human Rights in China , told Agence France-Presse (AFP). Full Text
"...Such language could be used to persecute the faithful that it allegedly protects, contends Nicolas Becquelin, research director of the New York-based Human Rights in China ...." Full Article
Dow Jones International News "...Such language could be used to persecute the faithful that it allegedly protects, contends Nicolas Becquelin, research director of the New York-based Human Rights in China ...." Full Article
"...It can't be excluded that it is to please the European Union at a time when it is considering lifting the arms embargo," said Nicolas Becquelin, Hong Kong-based research director for Human Rights in China ...." Full Article
Steve Herman "... The research director of the Hong Kong-based private organization, Human Rights in China , Nicholas Becquelin is among those critical of China's policy. ..." Full Article
... a target. "You have to ask him," said Nicholas Becquelin, Hong Kong-based research director of Human Rights in China . "He probably ... Full Article
April 28, 2020, Xiaoyan Feng( 丰晓燕 ) , the deputy investigator of the Research Office of the People’s Congress of Linyi City, Shandong Province, distributed democracy leaflets in Wangfujing, Beijing, advocating for democratic reform and the reelection of the Chinese president, and opposing social...

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