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China keeps up pressure on Chen’s family

Pressure on blind Chinese rights activist Chen Guangcheng's family shows that his flight does not mean China will relax its grip on dissent.

Chinese activist Chen waiting at Beijing airport

Blind Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng said on Saturday he has left a hospital in Beijing and believes he will be headed on a flight to the US.

Chinese activist could find life in US tough

Blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng will escape Chinese persecution if he leaves for the US but will find life tough life abroad, current exiles say.

Chinese rights activist prepared for the long haul

Chen Guangcheng -- one of China's best-known human rights icons -- was prepared to spend years in the US embassy as he weighed his next move.

Activist leaves embassy amid China-US standoff

China is demanding an apology from the US over the standoff involving activist Chen Guangcheng, who has now left the US embassy in Beijing.

Escaped Chinese activist seeks refuge in the US

Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng is now under US protection in Beijing after fleeing from house arrest, a US-based rights group said on Saturday.

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