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By Simina Mistreanu
China is set to stage its largest military parade ever to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Communist Party coming to power. But while President Xi Jinping will use the occasion to reassert his position, he faces headwinds on multiple fronts.
Beijing (dpa) – On Octo...
Pigeons caged, dogs banned and Internet slowed as China prepares to mark 70 years of Communist rule
Beijing, China (Al Jazeera) - Wu Xiaoliang gushes about the tanks and missiles that are set to roll through the streets of central Beijing on October 1 to mark 70 years o...
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