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Authorities in the Chinese capital have issued an eviction order to a Beijing artist released on bail after documenting a street protest by migrant workers against mass forced evictions, RFA has learned.
Human Rights Without Frontiers (Brussels) is urging the authorities of France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland and other European countries to urgently grant political asylum to Chinese citizens who have been persecuted because of their religious beliefs in China.
Hundreds of migrant workers took to the streets of the Chinese capital on Human Rights Day in protest at recent mass forced evictions targeting low-income worke
Since the Chinese Communist Party came into power, it has been oppressing religious beliefs and frantically arresting and persecuting Christians. In recent years, some Chinese Christians have been forced to flee overseas because of their faith.
Authorities in the Chinese capital have stepped up mass evictions of low-income migrant workers and small traders in the wake of a second fire in Beijing’s Chaoyang district, residents said.
As Beijing clears thousands of low-income migrant workers from the city following fatal dormitory fires, authorities in the northern Chinese province of Shaanxi have stepped up requirements for school enrollments in Yulin city, prompting protests from parents, local residents said.
The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned about the disappearance of the wife of a critical American-Chinese journalist and today called on police in China to disclose whether they have her in custody.