Chinese Riot over Birth Control Policies Villagers in the Guangxi region of China set fires and smashed cars after a government crackdown on people who violate the country's birth control policies.
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Chinese Riot over Birth Control Policies

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Chinese Riot over Birth Control Policies

Chinese Riot over Birth Control Policies

Chinese Riot over Birth Control Policies

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There has been rioting in the Guangxi region of China because of a government crackdown on people who violate China's birth control policies.

The government claims the pregnant women were violating laws limiting how many children they are permitted to have.

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