“The CIA,” the Senate Intelligence Committee said yesterday, had “historical experience using coercive forms of interrogation.”
These are busy days for factories in China’s Yiwu city, south of Shanghai, where 60% of the world’s Christmas decorations are produced. This worker’s clothes bear the stains that have become an occupational hazard for those employed in the so-called “red factories”, of which there are now more than 600. In 2001, there were only 10 such factories in Yiwu.Launch Slideshow 5 PHOTOS
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