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China - Massive censorship of Tiananmen Square “traffic incident”

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders condemns the government's censorship of yesterday's incident in Tiananmen Square in which five people, including two tourists, died when car a drove into pedestrians and then caught fire. “We deplore the way the authorities illegally detain journalists and confiscate their material,” Reporters Without Borders said. “In the era of new technologies and social networks, it is pointless using such methods to try to hush up such a major event. The authorities need to (...)

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