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Release Yao Fuxin on Medical Parole!
Wu Aiying,Minister of Justice10 Nandajie, Chaoyangmen, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100020, People . . .
Civil rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng arrested on subversion charge
Prominent Beijing-based civil rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, who has defended the rights of labour activists and human rights activists, was arrested on 21 September "on suspicion of inciting sub . . .
China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 20 (2006-08-30)
Labour News Multinationals iPod maker sues two Chinese journalists over labour rights violations report
Two rural migrant workers in Nanjing detained for organising protest
Two workers in Nanjing were detained by police after allegedly illegally organising workers to protest, according to a local newspaper.On 26 August, a group of 33 rural migrant workers from . . .
Local governments initiate reform of taxi operations for personal gain (II)
[Broadcast on 6 April 2006]
Two government officials resign in mine scandal
Two government leaders in Shanxi, where a coal mine flooding has left 56 miners trapped and presumed dead after more than two weeks, have resigned, the local legislature said on 3 June. T . . .
China Labour Bulletin E-Bulletin No. 32 (2006-06-04)
In this issue: 1) Focused only on building workers' rights 2) A Message to Beijing: Don't Push Chinese Workers Too Far 3) A List of Imprisoned Labour Rights Activists in China
China Labour Bulletin Weekly Roundup No. 10 (2006-05-26)
Labour NewsIndustrial Accident Shanxi mine managers detained after 57 feared trapped in flooded mine
Shanxi mine managers detained after 57 feared trapped in flooded mine
Nine managers of a coal mine in Shanxi province have been detained for trying to conceal the scale of a flood in the mine and the number of miners trapped underground, in what the top work safety o . . .
Thirty-one miners killed in coal mine blast
A gas explosion at a coal mine in Shaanxi Province has killed 31 miners and another miner is still missing, according to Xinhua.The mine blast occurred on 29 April at the Wayaobao Township C . . .
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