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CHINA-TIANANMEN/
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June 02, 2009 
Chinese paramilitary policemen stand under an umbrella in front of the giant portrait of Chairman Mao... 
Beijing, China 
Chinese paramilitary policemen stand under an umbrella in front of the giant portrait of Chairman Mao... 
Chinese paramilitary policemen stand under an umbrella in front of the giant portrait of Chairman Mao Zedong on Beijing's Tiananmen Square June 2, 2009. The Chinese government's refusal to release an official figure for the number killed on June 4, 1989, is symbolic of its larger silence about the crackdown on student protesters. China's economy is now the third-largest in the world, an achievement that would have been unthinkable during the impoverished 1980s. But political reform has stalled, with the Party quick to stamp out any perceived challenge. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA CONFLICT POLITICS) 
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