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China Frees Gao Zhisheng, Christian lawyer

August 7, 2014

China has released renowned human rights activist Gao Zhisheng, according to Western journalists who spoke to Gao's brother in China today. The BBC reported: Gao Zhiyu said his brother left prison on Thursday morning and is now at his father-in-law's home in Urumqi.

 



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