Taiwanese Protest Chinese Anti-Secession Law

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Taiwan Protester Places Flower on Cardboard Tank

A protester places a flower on a cardboard tank during a "carnival of democracy" in Taiwan. Reuters hide caption

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Hundreds of thousands of people take part in a "democratic carnival" in Taiwan. They're protesting a Chinese law that threatens military action if Taiwan officially declares independence. The U.S. and European Union have reacted negatively to the law.

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