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International Campaign Targets Organ Harvesting in Chinai
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December 18, 2013 12:06 AM
An international spotlight is focusing on the alleged practice by China of forcibly harvesting organs from prisoners of conscience and members of religious and ethnic minority groups. The European Parliament called on China on December 12th to halt the practice and the U.S. House of Representatives is considering a similar resolution. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles on the mounting campaign to stop China from harvesting the organs of prisoners.

International Campaign Targets Organ Harvesting in China

Published December 17, 2013

An international spotlight is focusing on the alleged practice by China of forcibly harvesting organs from prisoners of conscience and members of religious and ethnic minority groups. The European Parliament called on China on December 12th to halt the practice and the U.S. House of Representatives is considering a similar resolution. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles on the mounting campaign to stop China from harvesting the organs of prisoners.


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