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A picture dated March 28, 2005 shows blind activist Chen Guangcheng (R) with his wife and son Chen Kerui outside the home in Dondshigu village, northeast China's Shandong province. Chen, who gained worldwide fame for exposing abuses in China's 'one child' population policy, was freed on September 9, 2010, after four years in prison for accusing family-planning officials in eastern China's Shandong province of forcing at least 7,000 women to be sterilised or undergo late-term abortions. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
A picture dated March 28, 2005 shows blind activist Chen Guangcheng (R) with his wife and son Chen Kerui outside the home in Dondshigu village, northeast China's Shandong province. Chen, who gained worldwide fame for exposing abuses in China's 'one child' population policy, was freed on September 9, 2010, after four years in prison for accusing family-planning officials in eastern China's Shandong province of forcing at least 7,000 women to be sterilised or undergo late-term abortions. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

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Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng and his family are on their way to New York. CNN's Stan Grant reports.

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Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng and his family are on their way to New York. CNN's Stan Grant reports.