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China reportedly censoring Tiananmen Square photos after car crash kills five

29
Oct
2013

Chinas censors are blocking photos and reports of a car crash that killed five and injured 38 others in Tiananmen Square today, reports the Washington Post. Hundreds of posts have been pulled, it says, according to FreeWeibo, a site that presents an uncensored version of the popular Chinese social network Sina Weibo. Web searches for Tiananmen car accident and reports from media outlets are also reportedly blocked, with only a single report of the crash being broadcast on Chinas state-owned news agency.

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