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Attention turns to freedom of Liu Xiaobo’s widow after Chinese dissident’s death

BEIJING (Reuters) – Friends of China's Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo, who died of liver cancer in custody, said on Friday they were unable to contact his widow, Liu Xia, and that ensuring her freedom was now a top priority. Original Article

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