Sep 26, 2015

US Criticizes China Ahead of UN Women's Equality Session - ABC News

The United States and human rights organizations sharply criticized China's repression and imprisonment of women's rights activists ahead of a high-level U.N. meeting Sunday to promote women's equality. The session will be co-chaired by China's President Xi Jinping. China hosted the last...

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