A stack of the Southern Weekly are left on display at a newsstand in Beijing
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China paper censorship stand-off ends

A Chinese newspaper that saw a stand-off over censorship has published a new issue, as police removed a small number of demonstrators outside its offices.

The Southern Weekly went on sale two days after a reported agreement to end the dispute.

Staff had demanded a top propaganda chief step down after a New Year message calling for reform was changed.

Martin Patience reports.

  • 10 Jan 2013
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