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The family of a woman forced to undergo an abortion because she ran afoul of China's one-child policy has accepted a cash settlement, apparently ending a controversy that caused a public uproar and embarrassed the government.
NPR's All Things Considered on Friday night aired a shocking piece questioning China's one-child population policy and the forced abortions that result when people try to go around the prohibitions. Host Melissa Block said loud pleas inside China "
The father of a forcibly aborted baby wants the Chinese officials responsible to face criminal prosecution and plans to seek government compensation, his lawyer said Friday. Feng Jianmei, a villager from central China's Shaanxi
China's Ministry of Public Security says police have arrested 802 people on suspicion of child trafficking and rescued 181 children in a major operation spanning 15 provinces. The ministry says in a statement posted on its
June 29, 2012 The husband of a woman from China's Shaanxi Province who was forced by officials to abort a seven-month fetus this month said he will sue the local authorities, according to his lawyer. The harm [the family planning bureau] did to them