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Posted on 05 November 2013. Tags: Beijing, crash, Tied, unrest, Xinjiang

Beijing Crash May Be Tied to Unrest in Xinjiang BEIJING — Five people were killed and 38 were injured on Monday when a speeding vehicle careered along a crowded sidewalk in the ceremonial heart of the Chinese capital and burst into flames at the entrance to the Forbidden City, billowing black smoke … Full News here […]

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Posted on 09 November 2012. Tags: Basically, Beijing, Everything, Fearing, Outlaws, Political, unrest

Fearing Political Unrest, Beijing Outlaws Basically Everything They wouldn’t like Beijing right about now. In the lead-up to today’s 18th Communist Party Congress, a once-every-decade transition of China’s leadership, the authorities are eliminating any and everything that could potentially cause unrest. For … Full News here – Read more on The Atlantic Cities

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Posted on 23 July 2012. Tags: change, China’s, economy, leader, Scandal, unrest

Scandal, economy, unrest mar China’s leader change BEIJING — China’s once-a-decade political transition coming this fall seems devoid of drama on the surface: It’s clear who will take over, and the fight for other top spots is invisible to the public. But beneath the veneer of calm, the Communist … Full News here – Read […]

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