China Takes Heavy Hand to Light Protests

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China deployed a SWAT team, attack dogs and scores of plainclothes security agents in central Beijing after anonymous online activists called for people to start a “Jasmine Revolution” for the second Sunday in a row, this time by “strolling” past…
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