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Human rights in China after Tiananmen

This file photo taken on June 4, 1989 shows an armoured personnel carrier in flames as students set it on fire near Tiananmen Square in Beijing. Hundreds, possibly thousands, of protesters were killed by China's military on June 3 and 4, 1989, as communist leaders ordered an end to six weeks of unprecedented democracy protests in the heart of the Chinese capital. Dissidents and human rights advocates around the world will mark on June 4, 2009 the twentieth anniversary of China's bloody crackdown on the pro-democracy protests. AFP PHOTO / FILES / TOMMY CHENG

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    Human rights in China after Tiananmen

Andrew Stevens talks to Amnesty International's Salil Shetty about human rights in China 25 years after Tiananmen Square.