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Clinton Hopes To Soon Welcome Chinese Activist Chen To The U.S.

The secretary of state isn't putting a timetable on when he will be allowed to leave China, but says progress is being made on the high-profile case.

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Secretary Clinton: Visiting Cairo's Tahrir Square Is 'Exciting And Very Moving'

"To see where this revolution happened and all that it has meant to the world is extraordinary for me," the U.S. secretary of state added.

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