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Chinese officials targeted by human rights groups over 2014 death of activist, under expanded Magnitsky Act

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 21:14
Police and spy chiefs from China to the Middle East, a Ukrainian oligarch and a former president of Panama are among the people a coalition of human rights groups wants targeted for sanctions under an expanded US law aimed at curbing rights abuses and corruption worldwide. The coalition, in documents to be made public on Wednesday, submitted 15 cases to the US State Department and US Treasury, urging them to investigate using the law, called the Global Magnitsky Act. The law, which then-... South China Morning Post - China feed

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