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2 Nov. 2012
A plain-clothes policeman (L) stands guard as a pedestrian... more
CHINA-CONGRESS/SECURITY
RTR39W5P
2 Nov. 2012
Beijing, China
A plain-clothes policeman (L) stands guard as a pedestrian walks past an entrance to Beijing's Tiananmen Square that has been closed November 2, 2012. A week before the party's all-important congress opens, China's stability-obsessed rulers are taking no chances and have combed through a list all possible threats, avian or otherwise. Their list includes handles for rear windows in taxis - to stop subversive leaflets being scattered on the streets - balloons and remote control model planes. The goal is to ensure an image of harmony as President Hu Jintao prepares to transfer power as party leader to anointed successor Vice President Xi Jinping at the congress, which starts on Thursday. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
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