China’s most famous dissident has passed away
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Liu Xiaobo, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, passed away on Thursday. He is the first peace prize winner to die while being detained by his government since Carl von Ossietzky in Germany in 1938.
Liu’s detention and death are a stark reminder that the Communist Party will brook no dissent.
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