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"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@nl3
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"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@cs1
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@da2
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@de9
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@el10
"Mr President, last month, the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jianmei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted child care. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@en4
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@es21
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@et5
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@fi7
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@fr8
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@hu11
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@it12
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@lt14
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@lv13
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@mt15
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@pl16
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@pt17
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@ro18
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@sk19
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@sl20
"Mr President, last month the world was informed through the Internet that Feng Jiamei was abducted and underwent a forced abortion when seven months pregnant. Local authorities did take action, but this was by no means an isolated incident. Infanticide, which is the killing of newborn babies, as well as the massive sex-selective abortions that take place in China, are happening in the context of the one-child policy. These sex-selective abortions have led to a deviation in expected demography by as much 40 million – I just want to repeat this – 40 million missing girls. People should be able to make their own choices about planning whether to have children or not and they should be able to do so in a safe way. Any form of coercion is wrong, first of all, and disproportionately targets women. It is important that all women have access to reproductive health care as a fundamental right, including family planning and assisted childcare. It is time that the UN, and UN Women, started investigating what is happening in China in a systematic manner. Lastly, let me highlight the fact that this case, which thankfully has sparked so much discussion in China and in Europe, came to our attention as a result of the Internet, which allowed this story to spread. So let us also focus on the importance of Internet freedom and fighting mass censorship, including in China."@sv22
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