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Press release issued by: RIPTIDE - Communications for Change CONTACT: DAVID LERNER 212.260.5000 CENTER FOR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHINA WIN DECISION TO PROCEED IN LI PENG CASE District Court Judge Upholds Service of Human Rights Lawsuit on Former Chinese Premier on Behalf of...
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Activists watched closely and warned against massacre protests Police continued to keep watch for signs of trouble yesterday and warned activists not to organise activities to mark today's 13th anniversary of the June 4 crackdown. Police in Guangzhou held dissident Li Wensheng for seven hours on...
New York At the invitation of Human Rights in China, Li Xiaoming, a former PLA officer who had taken part in the suppression of the student movement of June Fourth, 1989, will come to New York to participate in June 4 commemorative activities. Li Xiaoming will arrive at JFK Terminal 8 on American...
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY DOWNLOAD FULL REPORT FOR RELEASE ON MAY 7th, 2002 For further information contact: Nicolas Becquelin +(852) 2710 8021 (office) +(852) 9805 9120 (mobile)
In an open letter released today, 114 relatives of June 4th Massacre victims are demanding that Li Peng, widely believed to have ordered the massacre, be held legally accountable, and that the official verdict on June 4th be overturned. The letter is addressed to the National Peoples Congress (NPC...
On February 13, 2002, Zhang Hong, wife of prominent dissident Jiang Qisheng, appealed to U.S. President George Bush to seek medical parole for her imprisoned husband during his upcoming visit to Beijing. In addition, Zhang asked President Bush to pressure Chinese officials to deliver a thesis Jiang...

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