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China blocks reporting in Tibetan areas

It was just after nightfall when three journalists were stopped at a police checkpoint on a winding, rutted road in China’s western Sichuan province — territory that had become out of bounds for the foreigners. Police officers took them to a nearby town and locked them in a hotel overnight. They then escorted the journalists more than 250 miles back to the provincial capital, Chengdu, and left them with a warning. “If you come back, we will send you back again,” one official said. Full Story

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