Sunday, April 29, 2007



Kamila Telendibaeva, the wife of Huseyin Celil, listens during a news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa April 26, 2007. China jailed Celil, a Uighur-Canadian, for life last week for separatism and terrorism and warned Canada not to get involved even as Ottawa said it would send its foreign minister to discuss the case. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA)

Reuters via Yahoo! News - Apr 26 1:49 PM

Kamila Telendibaeva, wife of Huseyin Celil, a Canadian citizen being held in a prison and serving a life sentence in a Chinese prison holds a news conference on behalf her husband, Thursday April 26, 2007 in Ottawa, Canada. Canada has no right to interfere in the case of a Canadian Muslim activist sentenced this month to life in prison in China for alleged terror links, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said Thursday. (AP Photo/CP, Fred Chartrand)

AP via Yahoo! News - Apr 26 11:30 AM

A spokesman for Canadian Foreign Affairs Minster Peter MacKay, seen here in 2006, said it would closely scrutinize the case of Huseyin Celil, a Canadian national sentenced in China to life in prison on terrorism and separatism charges.(AFP/File/Karen Bleier)

AFP/File via Yahoo! News - Apr 19 8:40 AM

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