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University students sent home as China tries to end protests

The Post-Star 29 Nov 2022
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese universities sent students home and police fanned out in Beijing and Shanghai to prevent more protests Tuesday after crowds angered by severe anti-virus restrictions called for leader Xi Jinping to resign in the biggest show of public dissent in decades ... Man shot in parking lot of Route 9 Walmart in Queensbury Police.
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Students sent home, police on patrol as China curbs protests

The Post-Star 29 Nov 2022
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese universities sent students home and police fanned out in Beijing and Shanghai to prevent more protests Tuesday after crowds angered by severe anti-virus restrictions called for leader Xi Jinping to resign in the biggest show of public dissent in decades ... Man shot in parking lot of Route 9 Walmart in Queensbury Police.
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Virus Outbreask China

Citrus County Chronicle 29 Nov 2022
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Chinese universities send students home after anti-Covid protests

ITV 29 Nov 2022
The government responded by sending police out in force and by Tuesday there were no reported protests in Beijing, Shanghai or other major cities ... A woman rides past police vehicles parked along a road monitoring near the site of last weekend's protest in Beijing, Credit.
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China's security apparatus swings into action to smother Covid protests

Henry Herald 29 Nov 2022
In Beijing, police vehicles, many parked with their lights flashing, lined eerily quiet streets on Monday morning throughout parts of the capital, including near Liangmaqiao in the city's central Chaoyang district, where a large crowd of protesters had gathered Sunday night.
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China to increase nuclear warheads to 1,500, Pentagon warns

Rapid City Journal 29 Nov 2022
officials had predicted, highlighting a broad and accelerating buildup of military muscle designed to enable Beijing to match or surpass U.S ... 25 Kelsey Grammer explains why David Hyde Pierce won't be in the 'Frasier' revival Inmate dies in Springfield prison Lopez sculpture installed in patriotic park near nation's capital.
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Why are China's COVID rules so strict?

Independent Tribune 29 Nov 2022
BEIJING (AP) — At the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, China set out its "zero-COVID" measures that were harsh, but not out of line with what many other countries were doing to try and contain the virus ... A man wearing a face mask flies a kite at a park in Beijing, Sunday, Nov ... A passerby tries to pass through a protest in Beijing, Sunday, Nov.
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AP News in Brief at 6:04 a.m. EST

The Post-Star 29 Nov 2022
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese universities sent students home and police fanned out in Beijing and Shanghai to prevent more protests Tuesday after crowds angered by severe anti-virus restrictions called for leader Xi Jinping to resign in the biggest show of public dissent in decades ... Man shot in parking lot of Route 9 Walmart in Queensbury Police.
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Coronavirus: UAE reports 131 Covid-19 cases, 229 recoveries, no deaths

Khaleejtimes 29 Nov 2022
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention on Tuesday reported 131 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, along with 229 recoveries and no deaths ... ALSO READ. Covid-19. Fauci pleads with Americans to get shots in final White House briefing Beijing shuts shopping malls, parks as China's Covid cases rise .
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Rare protests are spreading across China. Here's what you need to know

The Post-Star 28 Nov 2022
From Shanghai to Beijing, protests have erupted across China in a rare show of dissent against the ruling Communist Party sparked by anger over the country's increasingly costly zero-COVID policy ... Man shot in parking lot of Route 9 Walmart in Queensbury Police ... A man wearing a face mask flies a kite at a park in Beijing, Sunday, Nov.
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Crowd calls for China's Xi to step down

The Post-Star 28 Nov 2022
Man shot in parking lot of Route 9 Walmart in Queensbury Police ... In Beijing, a group of about 200 people gathered in a park on the capital’s east side and held up blank sheets of paper, a symbol of defiance against the ruling party’s pervasive censorship.
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China eases COVID rules after protests, keeps wider strategy

The Post-Star 28 Nov 2022
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese authorities eased some anti-virus rules but affirmed their severe “zero COVID” strategy Monday after protesters demanded President Xi Jinping resign in the biggest show of opposition to the ruling Communist Party in decades ... Man shot in parking lot of Route 9 Walmart in Queensbury Police.
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China eases COVID rules after wide protests of lockdowns

The Post-Star 28 Nov 2022
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese authorities eased some anti-virus rules but affirmed their severe “zero COVID” strategy Monday after protesters demanded President Xi Jinping resign in the biggest show of opposition to the ruling Communist Party in decades ... Man shot in parking lot of Route 9 Walmart in Queensbury Police.
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China's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'

The Post-Star 28 Nov 2022
Demonstrators poured into the streets over the weekend in cities including Shanghai and Beijing, criticizing the policy, confronting police — and even calling for Xi to step down ... Widespread demonstrations are unprecedented since the army crushed the 1989 student-led pro-democracy movement centered on Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.
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Crowds angered by lockdowns call for China's Xi to step down

TDT News 28 Nov 2022
In Beijing, a group of about 200 people gathered in a park on the capital’s east side and held up blank sheets of paper, a symbol of defiance against the ruling party’s pervasive censorship ... About 2,000 students at Xi’s alma mater, Tsinghua University in Beijing, gathered to demand an easing of anti-virus controls, according to social media posts.

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