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(BEIJING) – A Chinese human rights activist detained by police during the Olympic Games has returned to Beijing, a human rights group said Tuesday.
Zeng Jinyan and her infant daughter, who were taken one day before the Aug. 8 start of the games to prevent her from speaking to journalists, were brought back to the city over the weekend, said Chinese Human Rights Defenders in a statement.
The spokesman’s office of the Public Security Bureau had no immediate comment on Zeng’s case.
In a brief telephone conversation, Zeng said she would be back at her apartment Tuesday afternoon but could not give any more details because she was being monitored.[continues…]