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China: Free ‘White Paper’ Protesters

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image Protesters hold up white pieces of paper during a demonstration in Beijing against China’s “zero Covid-19" measures, November 27, 2022.  © 2022 Kevin Frayer/Getty Images (New York) – Chinese authorities should immediately release and drop all charges against everyone detained for participating in the “white paper” protests against the government, Human Rights Watch said today. The authorities should also cease harassment of lawyers and friends of protesters and the censorship of protest-related information on social media. In November 2022, thousands of people across…

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