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David Cameron must ensure human rights are as high on the agenda as trade in his meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in London, says Amnesty International.
The mass sentencing of 55 people at a stadium in China’s Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region is a charade which will only exacerbate tensions in the region, says Amnesty.
China’s abolition of the 'Re-education Through Labour' (RTL) system risks being no more than a cosmetic change, says Amnesty.
A new briefing from Amnesty reveals that the Chinese authorities are still illegally holding detainees in custody and refusing them access to their lawyers and families.
Campaigners have demanded action from governments and companies to end the use of sandblasting and other unsafe processes in the manufacture of denim jeans.
The reported death of a celebrated Uighur writer in a Chinese prison is an indictment of freedom of expression, Amnesty International says.
The reported death of a celebrated Uighur writer in a Chinese prison is a shameful indictment of the Chinese government’s notion of justice, says Amnesty.
Bishop K. H. Ting, a pioneer of the official post-denominational Protestant Church in China, has died on 22 November 2012, at the age of 97.
A prominent Chinese women’s rights activist, Mao Hengfeng, has been sentenced to one-and-a-half years in a labour camp, amid protests.
Violent, forced evictions in China are on the rise as local authorities seek to offset huge debts by seizing and then selling off land in suspect deals.