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Zhou Xiaoxuan speaks to journalists and supporters on Sept. 14 outside the Haidian District People's Court in Beijing before a hearing in her case. She alleged that she was groped and forcibly kissed by prominent TV anchor Zhu Jun, who denies the allegations and has countersued for defamation. The court ruled there was not sufficient evidence of sexual harassment. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Court Ruling Deals A Blow To China's Faltering #MeToo Movement

An intern accused a well-known TV anchor of forcibly kissing her. In a ruling this week, a Beijing court found that it could not determine whether sexual harassment had occurred.

Zhou Xiaoxuan speaks to journalists and supporters on Sept. 14 outside the Haidian District People's Court in Beijing before a hearing in her case. She alleged that she was groped and forcibly kissed by prominent TV anchor Zhu Jun, who denies the allegations and has countersued for defamation. The court ruled there was not sufficient evidence of sexual harassment. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Court Ruling Deals A Blow To China's Faltering #MeToo Movement

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