NEWS STORY: Deng’s death unlikely to bring new freedoms, activists say

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c. 1997 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ The death of Chinese communist leader Deng Xiaoping, architect of the brutal 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators, is unlikely to open the way for immediate improvements in China’s record on human rights and religious freedom, according to U.S. human rights activists. China’s official news agency reported Deng died […]

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