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Thailand AP-NGO Forum Film Festival (Photos)

More than 700 human rights activists from over 35 countries gathered together in Thailand to raise the awareness of the violation of women’s rights and to look for joint effort to achieve a solution for human rights improvement, particularly in the Asia Pacific region.

A Global Pattern of Harrasment: China’s Attack on Falun Gong

While the Chinese government claims that international expression of concern over its policies that violate human rights constitute an imposition on its state sovereignty, the regime has no misgivings about sending agents around the world not only to apply pressure and interfere in local events, but also to commit crimes in foreign countries.

Torture Lawsuit Filed against China’s Minister of Information During U.S. Visit

A Chinese minister was served with legal papers Friday charging him with torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. The papers were served upon a guard outside Wang Xudong’s hotel room within hours after the Minister of the Information Industry delivered a speech at an internet technology trade summit in Chicago.

“Persecution Meets Principles” Torture Enactment Exhibit

Falun Gong practitioners held “Persecution Meets Principles” torture enactment and picture exhibit at the Federal Plaza in downtown Chicago last month to demonstrate the cruel torture methods used on Falun Gong practitioners in China.