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Liu Xiaobo's ashes scattered at sea
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China's liberals quietly fight efforts to erase Liu Xiaobo legacy

SHENYANG, China (Reuters) - As the hospital treating Liu Xiaobo says his organs and breathing have begun to fail from cancer, few in China outside a small circle of dissidents know about the Nobel Peace Prize laureate and his lifetime pursuit of liberal ...
 Reuters2 months ago China's Liu Xiaobo cannot be moved elsewhere for treatment  First Post.com2 months ago China says Liu Xiaobo cannot be moved from China for treatment  First Post.com2 months ago

China says awarding Nobel Prize to Liu Xiaobo was 'blasphemy'

The Nobel Peace Prize laureate who spent his last eight years as a prisoner of conscience died at a hospital in Shenyang, China. Beijing: China said on Friday that awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to pro-democracy activist Liu Xiaobo amounted to "blasphemy" and ...
 Zee News2 months ago

Ailing China dissident Liu seriously ill, lawyer says Beijing hastening his death

SHENYANG, China (Reuters) - A Chinese hospital treating sick dissident Liu Xiaobo offered a bleak prognosis on Monday, saying he is seriously ill, as a U.S. attorney who represents Liu accused Beijing of hastening his death by refusing to allow his transfer ...
 Reuters2 months ago China allows foreign doctors to treat ailing dissident  Prokerala2 months ago China invites foreign cancer specialists to treat Liu Xiaobo  Business Standard2 months ago

Chinese censors scrub emoji tributes to Nobel winner

China's censors raced today to scrub social media networks of candles, RIP and other tributes to Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo as they seek to silence discussion about the prominent dissident's death. The 61-year-old democracy activist died yesterday from liver ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

China under pressure to free ailing Nobel laureate

China faced sustained international pressure today to let cancer-stricken Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo seek treatment abroad, as official hospital updates suggest the democracy champion is close to death. The United States and Germany voiced concerns over the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago China under pressure to free dissident's widow  Business Standard2 months ago

BMW opens largest R&D centre outside Germany

BMW motors on Thursday opened a new research and development (R&D) centre in China, the largest outside of Germany.The new R&D centre, covering an area of over 40,000 sq.metres, is located in Shenyang, capital of Liaoning province, reports Xinhua news ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Foreign doctors say sick Chinese dissident Liu can be taken overseas

SHENYANG, China (Reuters) - Ailing Chinese Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo can be moved abroad safely for treatment and he wants to go to either Germany or the United States, but it needs to happen soon, two foreign doctors who visited him said on ...
 Reuters2 months ago
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