Is forced abortion of her 7-month old baby the cause of the Hunan woman's mental disorder? Or does the answer matter anyway?
A Chinese woman from Hunan province suffers from mental disorder one month after local family planning officials conducted forced abortion of her 7-month old baby, but local officials deny there is relationship between the abortion and her disease.... Read More
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Photos: Teenage Abortions in China; Statistics show China has the largest number of abortions globally thanks to one child policy and lack of sex education to Chinese teenagers
Official statistics released in 2008 show that China has the largest number of abortions in the world thanks to the one child policy. But scholars are pointing to a new factor: teenagers and young women under the age of 25, who contribute six million abortions anually due to lack of adequate sex education Read More
According to a weibo report, local officials in Shaanxi Province held up banners describing Feng Jianmei's family as traitor of China for being interviewed by foreign media. In early June local officials forced Feng to abort baby at 7 months for not paying fine of RMB40000. Read More
Seven-month pregnant mother Feng Jianmei in China was recently beaten by family planning officials and forced to abort her unborn daughter when her family could not afford RMB40000 fine. A graphic image of the aborted baby lying next to the mother has been posted on the Web and aroused indignation from the public. Read More
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