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Parents of Hugjiltu displayed the Notice for their state compensation at home on Februaruy 3 http://www.broncosfansshop.com/Broncos-Domata-Peko-Draft-Jersey/ , 2015.
The parents of a wrongfully convicted and executed young man received about 2 million yuan ($319,792) in compensation from the Chinese government Tuesday, nearly two months after a court cleared their son's name.


Li Sanren and Shang Aiyun, the parents of Huugjilt, who was wrongly convicted of murder and rape 19 years ago http://www.broncosfansshop.com/Broncos-Devontae-Booker-Draft-Jersey/ , said they would use the money to move their son's grave.


"We have visited a few places and we are planning to relocate our son's grave after the Chinese New Year," Shang said. They added that their main concern at the moment is that those who are to blame for wrongfully killing their son face punishment for their wrongdoings and that the related departments learn the lessons of this case, so that there are no more similar tragedies in the future.


Li and Shang received a call from the High People's Court of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on Monday asking them to go to the court to collect their compensation.


The high court told them that the sum included compensation for the wrongful death, funeral expenses, and compensation for Huugjilt's detention.


Huugjilt http://www.broncosfansshop.com/Broncos-Derek-Wolfe-Draft-Jersey/ , who was 18 at the time of his death, was given the death sentence in 1996, accused of raping and killing a young woman. He was executed 62 days later.


In 2005, a serial rapist and murderer named Zhao Zhihong confessed to the crime. In 2014, Huugjilt's case was reopened with the help of lawyers and social media.

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A WIN for either Japan or Australia when they meet at Saitama, north of Tokyo, today means a place at the 2018 World Cup, with both teams keen to seal their spot with a game to spare.


If Japan, a point clear at the top of Group B above Saudi Arabia and Australia http://www.broncosfansshop.com/Broncos-Demaryius-Thomas-Draft-Jersey/ , wins then it does not need any points from a tricky trip to Saudi Arabia in the final group game on September 5.


Despite sitting on top, the pressure has been building on Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic after a series of uncertain performances. Just last week the national association denied reports that the Bosnian would be dismissed if the hosts fail to defeat Australia.


“I hear the recent criticism directed my way and it puts pressure on me but this is the kind of situation I like,” Halilhodzic said. “The more I come under attack and the more criticism I face, the more determined I am to respond.”


Japan is concerned over the fitness of Inter Milan fullback Yuto Nagatomo, but will otherwise be at full strength.


Both Japan and Australia received a boost on Tuesday when Saudi Arabia missed a chance to go top of the group and lost 1-2 away to the United Arab Emirates.


That result means the Socceroos are able to qualify for Russia if they manage to win in Japan. A draw would leave them needing to defeat group struggler Thailand in Melbourne next week to be sure of a fourth successive World Cup appearance.


Australia coach Ange Postecoglou denies that there is any pressure.


“From the outside people look at it and see pressure http://www.broncosfansshop.com/Broncos-Demarcus-Ware-Draft-Jersey/ , but for anyone involved, be it a coach or a player, you look forward to these occasions,” Postecoglou said in Saitama.


In Group A, the only matter to be settled is whether South Korea or Uzbekistan takes the second remaining qualification spot after Iran sealed the first in June.


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South Korea, aiming for a ninth successive World Cup appearance, has lost its last four games to Iran and a 2-3 defeat to Qatar in June was a third defeat in four qualifiers. It cost Uli Stielike his job as head coach, with the German being replaced by Shin Tae-yong.


Uzbekistan can keep the pressure on South Korea with a win over last-place China in Wuhan http://www.broncosfansshop.com/Broncos-Darian-Stewart-Draft-Jersey/ , central Hubei Province. If the former Soviet republic can do so and then defeats South Korea in Tashkent on September 5, then the Central Asians will qualify for a first-ever World Cup.

Posters denouncing Chinese University Student Union in HK for its pro-independence remarks.

Following clashes triggered by posters advocating independence in several Hong Kong universities, Chinese media outlets have called for the criminalization of pro-independence actions in Hong Kong, adding that such behavior disturbs Hong Kong’s stability and goes against China’s unification.


“Hong Kong adopts a case law legal system and there hasn’t been any cases stipulating pro-independence remarks or behaviors as a crime to date. Even though, it’s still possible to criminalize such pro-independence incidences under current laws in Hong Kong http://www.broncosfansshop.com/Broncos-Daesean-Hamilton-Draft-Jersey/ ,” according to a commentary issued on Sept. 10 by Xiakedao, the WeChat account of the People’s Daily’s overseas edition.


The appeal comes after a Chinese mainland student confronted her Hong Kong peers over a pro-independence poster that appeared on the “democracy wall” at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on Sept. 5. The incident has infuriated the public and internet users in Chinese mainland, with over 6.4 million netizens following the case under the hashtag “MainlanderTearsProIndependencePoster” on Sina Weibo as of press time.


“The uprising of pro-independence incidents in Hong Kong indicates a lack of proper legal punishment against such despicable behaviors. Pro-independence behaviors should be prohibited and punished severely by laws,” wrote a netizen.


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