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Security agents stop briefing in Beijing

Chinese security agents broke up a news conference being held by four visiting South Korean legislators Wednesday, pushing some reporters out of a hotel conference room and attempting to forcibly evict the four lawmakers, who wanted to talk about the plight of North Korean refugees in China.The agents, who apparently did not identify themselves but were believed to be members of the state security apparatus, raided the room, declaring, “Everyone out, you can’t do this,” according to several accounts. They turned off the lights and cut the microphones, roughly ejected some of the 40 foreign reporters in attendance and then locked the doors, shutting other reporters and the legislators inside.Full Story

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