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By Reuters

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BEIJING, CHINA (RECENT - MARCH 2014) (REUTERS) HOSPITAL WHERE CAO DIED SIGN OF HOSPITAL BEIJING, CHINA (MARCH 17, 2014) (REUTERS) CHINESE FOREIGN MINISTRY BUILDING CHINESE NATIONAL FLAG FLYING CHINESE FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESMAN HONG LEI WALKING INTO NEWS BRIEFING MEDIA SEATED (SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) CHINESE FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESMAN HONG LEI SAYING: "Cao Shunli died in hospital because pulmonary tuberculosis and acute pneumonia caused the failure of multiple organs and efforts to save her were unsuccessful. While Cao Shunli was ill, she received proactive, conscientious treatment, and her legal rights were protected." MEDIA SEATED SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) CHINESE FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESMAN HONG LEI SAYING: "We have noticed that some countries have made erroneous statements on Cao Shunli's death. We express our extreme dissatisfaction and firm opposition. We oppose relevant countries using the name of human rights to interfere in China's judicial sovereignty and independence." BRIEFING IN PROGRESS BEIJING, CHINA (MARCH 16, 2014) (REUTERS) HAND TYPING NUMBERS INTO TELEPHONE (SOUNDBITE) (Mandarin) ACTIVIST CAO SHUNLI'S BROTHER, CAO YUNLI, SAYING BY TELEPHONE: "What we feel is that they should give the family an explanation as to how this could happen to a person under supervision. For a big city like Beijing, tuberculosis isn't a new or special disease -- it ought to be able to be treated. A person should not be able to die from it." HONG KONG, CHINA (MARCH 17, 2014) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF ANU KULTALAHTI, RESEARCHER AT AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL'S EAST ASIA REGIONAL OFFICE, SPEAKING PART OF AMNESTY LOGO (SOUNDBITE) (English) ANU KULTALAHTI, RESEARCHER AT AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL'S EAST ASIA REGIONAL OFFICE, SAYING: "Cao Shunli is a courageous human rights activist who paid the ultimate price for human rights activism in China. In her death, the Chinese authorities have blood in their hands. They need to investigate the circumstances around her death and bring those responsible to justice." KULTALAHTI'S HANDS GESTICULATING (SOUNDBITE) (English) ANU KULTALAHTI, RESEARCHER AT AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL'S EAST ASIA REGIONAL OFFICE, SAYING: "Her death highlights how callous Chinese authorities are and how prepared they are to silence independent voices and critical voices. Her death also highlights the need for the UN to take robust measures to address reprisals against activists who seek to engage with UN human rights mechanisms." AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL LOGO
Dateline: 2014

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