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Tiananmen’s ‘Most Wanted’: Four inspiring activists remember the crackdown - Part One

Headline Title:  Tiananmen’s ‘Most Wanted’ - Part One 02 June 2014 Twenty-five years ago the China People’s Liberation Army opened fire on unarmed protesters in Beijing’s iconic Tiananmen Square.Hundreds, if not thousands, were killed or injured on the night of 3 and 4 June 1989 as tanks rolled into the square to quash one of the biggest pro-democracy movements in history.In the aftermath of the bloody crackdown the authorities published the names of those “Most Wanted” for their role in the protests. Besides the student activists who led the movement, those singled out by the authorities…

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