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A pro-government protester (L) shouts as he confronts another protester (R) calling for greater media freedom, outside the headquarters of Nanfang Media Group in Guangzhou, on January 9, 2013. A Chinese weekly newspaper at the centre of rare public protests about government censorship will publish as usual on January 10, a senior reporter said, following reports of a deal to end the row. The row at the popular liberal paper, which had an article urging greater rights protection replaced with one praising the ruling communist party, has seen demonstrators mass outside its headquarters in the southern city of Guangzhou. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
09 Jan 2013
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