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Prominent Chinese legal activist Xu Zhiyong was sentenced to four years` jail Sunday for his role in anti-graft protests, a court said, furthering a crackdown on a rights movement he championed.
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Arrest of one of China`s civil rights advocates underscores how unnerved country`s leaders are by political action, even if it is as mundane as gathering for a dinner party.
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The Chinese activist who fled to America after taking refuge in the US Embassy last year warned Beijing that their relentless efforts to crush opposition forces or suppress human rights will only backfire.
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Guangcheng caused a diplomatic row between the US and China after he escaped house arrest and sought refuge in the American embassy in Beijing.
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Chinese activist and columnist Michael Anti said that internet censorship in his country was hurting the young and added that China needed democracy.
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Chen`s nephew Chen Kegui, 32, has been detained in China since May, accused of attacking local officials.
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Chen received an offer from New York University to be a visiting scholar either in its campus here or at any of the institution`s global sites.
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Chinese activist said that Chinese authorities would have beaten his wife to death had he not left the American Embassy.
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China has demanded an apology from the US for taking a blind Chinese man "via abnormal means" into its embassy.
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It`s the third lengthy jail term handed down to a dissident in less than a month.
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Chen Guangcheng has been under house arrest for nearly 15 months for campaigning against forced abortions.
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Wang Lihong is known for pushing legal issues and backing a jailed Nobel peace laureate.
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