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The Killing of Falun Gong for Their Organs: What’s New

Falun Gong practitioners hold a banner in reference to organ harvesting of practitioners that is still happening today inside China. (Edward Dai/Epoch Times)
Falun Gong practitioners hold a banner in reference to organ harvesting of practitioners that is still happening today inside China. (Edward Dai/Epoch Times)

This article presents remarks by David Matas to a public forum at the University of South Australia, Adelaide, on June 28, 2015. I want to...


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