Human rights group says China has more secret ‘police stations’ abroad than initially reported

Human rights group says China has more secret ‘police stations’ abroad than initially reported

2 months ago

China operates more than 100 so-called police stations worldwide to monitor, harass and repatriate its citizens in exile, according to a report from Madrid-based human rights campaign group Safeguard Defenders quoted by CNN - 48 more such stations than the 54 it first reported in September.

Many of these stations are set up through bilateral security agreements with host countries in Europe and Africa, the report alleged.

Safeguard Defenders tracked forced disappearances in China by looking through open-source, official Chinese documents for evidence of alleged human rights abuses.

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