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Dubbed as "China’s youngest prisoner of conscience," Zhang Anni and her sister Ruli have voiced their opposition to the government’s vicious treatment of their father, who resists the communist party.
The Chinese government's announced change in its one-child policy — which has been applauded in some quarters — is still garnering criticism for its links to human-rights violations, "gendercide" and forced abortions.
At a House hearing punctuated by the wails of a Chinese woman mourning a baby that was forcibly aborted 17 years ago, lawmakers said there were signs that increased domestic and international pressure on Chinese officials to end the country's one-child policy was beginning to have an effect.
Every 2.4 seconds, a woman in China undergoes a forced abortion because of the communist nation's one-child policy.