F.B.I. raids over the weekend in Minneapolis and Chicago aimed to “quiet activists”.
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Amnesty International documented 714 executions were committed in 2009 onto those formally sentenced to death. The report is clear that China’s secrecy forces them to exclude its numbers, but something else is missing.
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Amnesty Int’l researcher’s findings on civilian conditions in the middle of Colomibian inner-conflict. (more…)