Countdown for China | Archive 2010 September | Amnesty International UK
September 2010 (5)
Sep 23 2010 8:47AM
China Human Rights Briefing Weekly   September 14-21, 2010
Highlights Young AIDS Activist Goes on Trial: AIDS activist Tian Xi (田喜) was tried for “intentional destruction of property” in Henan Province on September 21. About a hundred netizens and activists arrived to show their support, prote...
Sep 15 2010 10:31AM
China Human Rights Briefing Weekly  September 7-13, 2010
Highlights Fujian Village Chief Tried on Trumped-up Charges, Lawyer Harassed: In retaliation for his efforts to organize local villagers against unlawful land expropriation, officials in Fujian Province arrested village chief Lü Jiangb...
Sep 13 2010 10:12PM
AI: Blind Chinese human rights activist remains under surveillance
13 September 2010 Amnesty International has urged the Chinese authorities to end the continued surveillance and harassment of a blind human rights activist, who has been kept under unofficial house arrest since he was released from pri...
Sep 8 2010 8:56AM
China Human Rights Briefing Weekly   August 31-September 6, 2010
Highlights Beijing Lawyer Tried Again by Railway Courts: This past week, Beijing lawyer Wang Yu (王宇) was tried for a second time for “intentional injury” by the Tianjin Railway Court after spending over a year in detention. Wang, who w...
Sep 1 2010 9:15AM
China Human Rights Briefing Weekly  August 24-30, 2010
Highlights Villagers Detained over Election Protest: Nine residents of Raolefu Village, located on the outskirts of Beijing, have been detained for participating in a protest on July 27 over the alleged disruption of a village election...