One More Life Claimed by Atrocities at Benxi Prison, Liaoning Province

In Liaoning Province, China, a provincial-level policy of financial incentives for prisons to force Falun Gong practitioners to renounce their belief has led to severe injury and deaths of practitioners in detention.

Minghui Report: 25 More Lives Lost in Persecution of Falun Gong in Second Half of 2017, Bringing Total for Year to 42

Seven practitioners died in custody while imprisoned or waiting to be indicted. The remaining 18 passed away after they were released. Their prison terms ranged from 1.5 to 10 years. One practitioner, Mr. Huang Guodong from Heilongjiang Province, was tortured for ten years during his imprisonment. Due to the suppression of information in China, the actual death toll is likely higher.

Australian Senator Urges Xi'an Mayor to Release Imprisoned Falun Gong Practitioners

Australian Greens Senator for Victoria Janet Rice sent a letter to the mayor of Xi'an, China in November, urging him to “immediately and unconditionally release Ye Jia and Chunxia Liu,” two unlawfully imprisoned Falun Gong practitioners. They are the husband and sister of an Australian citizen. The husband was released December 21, while the sister remains incarcerated.

Liaoning Woman Dies Days after Being Released on Medical Parole

Ms. Yang Shuwen, 65,  was persecuted for her belief for years before she became ill in prison.

Ye Baofu from Yunnan Province Hospitalized in Prison; Family Visits Denied

The Yunnan No. 1 Prison hid Mr. Ye's condition from his family and used a variety of excuses to prevent his family from visiting him.

Photos: 99-Year-Old Woman Practices Falun Gong in Snowy Park

Snow and arctic temperatures do not stop a 99-year-old from getting out and doing the Falun Gong exercises.

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