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Uyghur woman forced into abortion with one-child law
The Uyghur woman is expecting her third child, but the authorities say she can have only two, and have taken her to a hospital for an abortion. Her husband has denounced the case, and protests have erupted in the country and abroad.
China's one child policy also brings sexual slavery
The US State Department's report on human trafficking downgrades Beijing to 'Tier 3' status for failing to fully comply with minimum standards and not making significant efforts to limit human trafficking and sexual slavery. Forced abortions and sterilisations explain the trend in a country where millions of men cannot find a bride. Women's Rights Without Frontiers appeals to Obama and Xi Jinping.
Uyghur woman forced into hospital for an abortion goes home
On the basis of Chinaâ€™s one-child policy she was not entitled to another child. Now authorities say given her health conditions she cannot have an abortion more six months into her pregnancy. Others suggest that their change of heart is closely related to an international protest campaign.
Forced abortions in China killing children just like in Syria
Scandal and outrage over story and the photo of the woman forced to have abortions, pictured with the dying baby boy lying next to her in bed. Shaanxi population control authority have launched an investigation. The woman's husband wants to sue employees who forced his wife to abort. In China, forced abortions are prohibited by law, but papers are full of stories of forced abortions and sterilizations.
24/09/2011 CHINA - U.S.
One-child law: new cases of abortions, forced sterilizations and imprisonment
13 new cases reported by the "Women's Rights Without Frontiers." Abortions up to eight and a half months pregnant. Women abducted by the police to undergo sterilization. Husbands with their heads smashed; relatives punished with fines and the demolition of houses. The case of Chen Guangcheng, the blind activist under house arrest for exposing forced abortions and sterilizations in Henan.
Chinese woman forced to abort in the seventh month. One-child rule massacre continues
Reggie Littlejohn: An outrage that no government should allow. The body of the aborted boy-child was left bleeding beside the woman. Images of the murder. Threat of costly fines (equal to 3-5 years of wages) or forced abortion. In China there are 13 million abortions every year. Chai Ling: A Tiananmen massacre every hour.
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