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China: Media censorship

A message on the front page of alternative news website Zheteng says the site was forced to close on March 31 due to “illegal” content, but was allowed to reopen the next day once the content concerned had been erased. Zheteng was the only mainland media outlet in attendance at a news conference held last month by Zeng Jinyan, wife of the recently-released AIDS activist Hu Jia. [zh]

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