China: Fears growing over disappeared rights activist

Concern is growing over the fate of a Chinese artist who disappeared after posting videos and messages critical of China’s Communist Party.

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    Concern is growing over the fate of a Chinese artist who disappeared after posting videos and messages critical of China’s Communist Party.

    Hua Yong is thought to be in police custody after filming protests against forced evictions of migrant workers. Their mistreatment has become a very sensitive issue in China.

    Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Beijing.


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