China: Uighar woman avoids forced abortion
Source:Radio Free Asia
An ethnic Uyghur woman in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region who was scheduled to undergo a second-term abortion against her will—and whose case drew international attention—has been released to her family and allowed to continue her pregnancy.
Submitted on Sun, 11/30/2008 - 01:00
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