The HRIC Daily Brief is a daily selection of news stories and commentary related to human rights in China, drawn from Chinese- and English-language news and online media sources that we monitor daily. In addition to headlines and source links, HRIC also provides English translation of Chinese headlines.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

September 29, 2010


河南治理工程领域揪出6个厅级贪官 (Henan Province Uncovers 6 Corrupt High-ranking Officials)
Dahe Daily, September 29, 2010

Death Penalty
Chinese Baby-snatchers Sentenced to Death
The Daily Telegraph, September 28, 2010

China to Keep Death Penalty for Corruption Crimes: Lawmaker
Xinhua News Agency, September 29, 2010

China Moving Heaven and Earth to Bring Water to Beijing
The Los Angeles Times, September 29, 2010,0,3195261.story

Freedom of Speech
網絡作家揭淫業黑幕被拘 (Internet Writer Detained for Disclosing Hidden Story of Sex Industry)
Ming Pao, September 29, 2010

Beijing Police Raid Gay Spot, Question Dozens
Associated Press, September 28, 2010

北大发布中国行政透明度报告 京津粤列前三 (Peking University Releases Report on Administrative Transparency)
Beijing Time, September 29, 2010

Farmers in Chongqing Say 'No Thanks' to Hukou
Global Times, September 29, 2010

Human Rights Defenders
China Sentences 10 Activists over Court Protest
Deutsche Presse Agentur, September 29, 2010
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Ten Petitioners and Rights Defenders Sentenced in Wake of Official Statistics on Decline of Petitions 中国宣布上访人数下降后10名上访维权人士被判刑
Human Rights in China, September 28, 2010
Cops Grill Mine Execs over Mine Collapse
Shanghai Daily, September 29, 2010

Land Policy
呼市警方:“子弹拆迁通知”系伪造 (Hohhot Police: Bullet Demolition Notice May Have Been Forged)
Southern Metropolis Daily, September 29, 2010

新闻出版总署:内部报刊资料出版需准印证 (GAPP: Printing Permit Required for Internal Circulars)
Beijing Daily, September 29, 2010

“只要交警想罚你肯定能找到理由” (Traffic Police Can Find Any Reason to Fine You Should They Wish)
Southern Metropolis Daily, September 29, 2010

Official Calls for Independent Christian Development
Xinhua News Agency, September 29, 2010