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post 01 July 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Hong Kong protesters have 'Beijing's tentacles' in sight

In a mass demonstration in Hong Kong on Tuesday, protesters are hoping their Beijing-based masters get the "message" and leave them alone.

post 17 June 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog China's Premier Li - on EU reform and the Scottish question

In the UK for a three-day visit, Premier Li failed to kill off his ambassador's insult suggesting Britain was behind Germany and France in Beijing's estimation.

video 04 June 2014 UK, China

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Angry scenes as activists mark 25th Tiananmen anniversary

On the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, an activist who saw the horrific events unfold in 1989, speaks to Channel 4 News from China, where he is under house arrest.

video 04 June 2014 UK, China

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Tiananmen protest disrupted by China embassy staff - video

Chinese officials shove Amnesty International UK director off the steps of their London embassy as she attempts to leave a bouquet in memory of those who died in the Tiananmen Square massacre.

article 04 June 2014 World, China
'Tank man', the seminal image from the Tiananmen Square massacre, and a modern poster which references the original (Getty Images)
How Chinese people bypass Tiananmen silence - online

Search for "Tiananmen Square" on Chinese social media and you will usually draw a blank. But China's online community have adopted unconventional strategies to talk about the massacre 25 years ago.

video 03 June 2014 World, China

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Tiananmen: 'I will give my life for freedom' (1989)

Days before China's Tiananmen Square massacre on 4 June 1989, ITN's Bill Dunlop reported as anti-government protesters gathered in the heart of Beijing.

article 22 May 2014 World, China
Police in Xinjiang following explosion
'I'm scared': eyewitness to China's market bomb attack

An explosion in China's Xinjiang region kills 31 people, with 90 others injured. An eyewitness tells Channel 4 News she is "scared" of a repeat of violence that hit the city five years ago.

article 22 May 2014 World, China
Uighur unrest in 2009
Violence and repression: the roots of China's Uighur unrest

As China's security apparatus shifts into overdrive in the aftermath of deadly explosions in Xinjiang, an exiled ethnic Uighur leader says a "heavy-handed" Chinese response will make things worse.

post 20 May 2014
Read more from Geoff White on Technology Why US state spying is good - and Chinese state spying is bad

China has come out fighting following news that five of its army officers have been charged by the FBI. But with no real chance of arrest, what is behind the FBI's charges against individuals?

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