Friends of human right activist Cao Shunli stand in front of an intensive care unit where Cao is hospitalized as they are not allowed to go inside of the unit at a hospital in Beijing in this March 1, 2014 file picture. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Files
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Chinese human rights activist Cao Shunli died on Friday after falling critically ill in police detention where she was at first denied treatment, a rights group and prominent dissident said.Cao joined a rare protest outside China's foreign ministry in June last year to demand greater participation in the UN's review of human rights in China, according to the Amnesty International and other rights groups.European countries and the US regularly condemn China on human rights, citing cases including its jailing of dissidents.
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