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CHINA-LAWYER/TRIAL
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April 10, 2012
A woman wearing a veil looks at diplomatic staff and foreign media gathered outside entrance to the courthouse...
Beijing, China
A women wearing a veil stands outside the entrance of the courthouse where disabled lawyer Ni and her...
A woman wearing a veil looks at diplomatic staff and foreign media gathered outside entrance to the courthouse where disabled lawyer Ni Yulan, and her husband Dong Jiqin were being sentenced, in central Beijing April 10, 2012. A Chinese court sentenced Ni, renowned for defending people evicted from their homes, to two years and eight months in prison on Tuesday for causing a disturbance and fraud, Beijing's latest use of a controversial law to stifle dissent. Ni and Dong, who was also given two years in prison for "causing a disturbance", were detained in April 2011. Rights activists contend the charges were trumped up in an effort to silence the couple. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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