Persecución en el Extranjero


2003/03/02

UK Falun Gong Woman Faces Deportation Back to China

After being denied asylum in the UK, Ms. Lin Lili, a citizen of the People’s Republic of China and Falun Gong practitioner, is awaiting deportation to China scheduled for 7 March 2003.

2003/01/29

U.S. Citizen Held in China for Practice of Falun Gong

American Tells U.S. Consulate Official: "I’ve done nothing wrong... they regard me as a political prisoner simply because I practice Falun Gong."

2003/01/24

National Security Bureau Agents of Jiang’s Regime Kidnap Australian Woman

Agents of China’s National Security Bureau kidnapped Nancy Chen, 34, in Chengdu city, Sichuan province, China, on January 22, 2003. Nancy is an Australian citizen who lives in Canterbury with her husband, Herbert Lu, and their 6-year-old daughter, Catherine.

2003/01/24

Myanmar: Elder Slapped with 7 Years for "Truthfulness-Compassion-Tolerance" Banner

71-year-old Mr. Chan stands quietly by the side of a Myanmar road. He unfolds a little yellow banner that reads "Truthfulness-Compassion-Tolerance" as he patiently waits for Jiang Zemin’s motorcade to drive by.

2003/01/20

Judge Rules Full Trial Warranted in Case Against Montreal Chinese Newspaper for Libel Against Falun Gong

Last week , Quebec Judge William Fraiberg dismissed the Montreal Chinese newspaper Les Presses Chinoises’ motion which attempted to terminate Falun Gong practitioner’s case against the paper. Justice Fraiberg found the case has sufficient merit to justify a full trial which was set to November 10-25, 2003.

2002/11/20

Chinese Immigrant Pleads Guilty to Attacking Falun Gong Practitioners in Chicago

Falun Gong practitioners conduct peaceful appeals and meditate outside Chinese embassies and consulates every day around the world. It’s not every day they get beaten up for it. On November 13, 2002, Mr. Jiming Zheng pled guilty to battery in the Circuit Court of Cook County in Chicago.

2002/08/29

Ukraine Judge Throws Out Case Against Falun Gong; Beijing Pressure Tactics Fail

Two days ago in Kiev, Ukraine, a local judge dismissed a case brought against practitioners of Falun Gong by Ukrainian police as "groundless." The police had detained 23 Falun Gong practitioners in Ukraine’s capital after receiving pressure from Beijing who "protested against the fact that Falun Gong is freely allowed in the country," according to one witness to the events

2002/08/20

UN Refugees in Cambodia Forced into Hiding after Chinese Embassy Instigates Deportation of Refugee Couple to China

Two Falun Gong practitioners living in Phnom Penh under UN protection have been forced into hiding eight days after the Chinese Embassy in Phnom Penh reportedly pressured Cambodian officials to violate the UN refugee status of two other Falun Gong practitioners by deporting them back to China.

2002/08/12

Cambodian Police Violate U.N. Refugee Laws; Deport Two Falun Gong Refugees to China

Cambodian police, under pressure from the Chinese Embassy in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, have deported a Chinese couple who were living and working in Phnom Penh with U.N. Refugee Certificates, sources in Phnom Penh say.

2002/07/08

China's Persecution of Falun Gong Breaches U.S. Border - Congressman Proclaims a Violation of "Homeland Security"

Evan Mantyk, a 19-year-old junior at the University of Michigan, lives a relatively quiet life in Lathrup Village - a suburb of Detroit. So it came as a surprise when he recently discovered that his name appeared on a blacklist reportedly assembled by the Chinese government; a blacklist used to screen out people who practice or are supportive of Falun Gong from traveling to cities during visits from Chinese leader Jiang Zemin.

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