British human rights activist and journalist Benedict Rogers explains in The Wall Street Journal that China is accused of forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience: The stories are brutal. Dr. Enver Tohti, a former surgeon from Xinjiang, testified in the British, Irish and European parliaments to removing organs from a prisoner forcibly in 1995. […]
Dionne Searcey and Palko Karasz of The New York Times report that the International Criminal Court in The Hague (ICC) has acquitted the former president of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, and one of his aides of crimes against humanity. Amnesty International said the verdict “will be seen as a crushing disappointment to victims of post-election […]
Paul Mozur reporting for The New York Times: “If we give up Twitter, we are losing one of our last places to speak,” said Wang Aizhong, a human-rights activist who said the police had told him to delete messages criticizing the Chinese government. Has the West become too dependent on China?