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Striking the 'Heartland of Christianity' in China: Human Rights Watch Documents Arrests, Church Demolitions

The persecution of Chinese Christians at the hands of the ruling Communist Party continues to be documented by a number of human rights groups who noted that entire churches are being demolished in the heartland of Chinese Christian...
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