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China Says Quiet Goodbye to Zhao

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China Says Quiet Goodbye to Zhao

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China Says Quiet Goodbye to Zhao

China Says Quiet Goodbye to Zhao

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A government-approved list of mourners attends the belated funeral of Zhao Ziyang, the Chinese Communist Party official who spent the past 15 years under house arrest for sympathizing with the Tiananmen Square protesters. Police kept a close watch on the service to limit protests.

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