A federal appeals court has given a Chinese political activist a second opportunity at asylum in the United States because of the chance he will be persecuted if forced to return to China.

Shi Jie Ge had been told by immigration judges that the mere possibility that Chinese authorities would learn of his work for an outlawed political party if he was forced to return to China was not enough to grant him relief.

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