By Martina Keller, Die ZEIT
March 13, 2013
[FOFG Editors's note: This is the translation of an article that appeared in the German periodical, Die ZEIT, which was posted on the website of Doctors's Against Forced Organ Harvesting.]
In China body organs are taken from executed prisoners, and for a fee, are then implanted in patients from the West.
When Beijing attorney Han Bing published his...
7:30 ABC News Australia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Reporter: Adam Harvey
An Australian university is under fire for honouring a Chinese professor linked to China’s controversial organ transplant program.
LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: Every year in China thousands of prisoners are executed and their deaths provide kidneys, lungs and livers for the...
By The Australia Network News
April 15, 2013
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A Chinese man has sought protection in Australia after escaping alleged torture in his homeland. But despite the United Nation’s pleas for clemency, he is hitting legal hurdles in...
April 11, 2013
Enver Tohti has performed scores of operations, but there is only one that he recounts as life-changing and horrific – the forced harvesting of organs from a prisoner in China.
Tohti is speaking about the horrors and crimes of the Chinese police as is part of a delegation visiting the Scottish Parliament to give evidence about organ harvesting by the Chinese...
By Sui-Lee Wee, April 11, 2013
BEIJING (Reuters) – A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer said on Friday he was badly beaten by police after he was denied the right to defend believers of banned spiritual group Falun Gong.
The beating is likely to renew focus on China’s human rights record and comes just as rights groups urge U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to...
By Connor Mulvaney, April 9, 2013
Point Park News Service
[Photo caption: Chunying Wang still suffers from injuries she endured while in a Chinese labor camp where prisoners are often tortured and robbed of their organs. Her hands are permanently swollen and scarred from torture.]
Prison guards horrified Chunying Wang when they forced her to have her blood tested in a Chinese labor camp...