(Christian Today) The human rights situation in China three decades on from the Tiananmen Square massacre remains a “tragedy”, the head of Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has said.
Christians and human rights campaigners around the world are marking the 31st anniversary of the massacre on Thursday. In Hong Kong, officials banned the staging of vigils to commemorate the anniversary due to coronavirus.
In a statement, CSW Chief Executive Mervyn Thomas said: “CSW, together with organisations and individuals around the world, will be remembering this event and standing in solidarity with family members of victims who are still waiting for justice.
“Three decades on, the human rights situation in China continues to be a tragedy.