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Xinjiang government news portal Tianshan Net reported [Chinese] that police shot and killed six “mobsters” who were attempting
January 6, 2015 2:59 PM
Reuters cites a report from London-based rights group Free Tibet, saying that police opened fire on a group of protesters in Sichuan: A monk was
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