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China protests paused as police flood streets and temperatures drop below freezing

Sky News Tuesday, 29 November 2022
China protests paused as police flood streets and temperatures drop below freezingProtests against China's strict anti-lockdown measures have been paused as police were out in force on Beijing's streets and temperatures dropped well below freezing.
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