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Chinese Christians fear crackdown

4 May 2014 Last updated at 18:03 BST

Christians in the south eastern city of Wenzhou are warning of a crackdown on their faith, following the destruction of one church and warnings to others.

Despite official atheism, there are more regular church goers in China than in the whole of Europe.

Wenzhou is often called the Jerusalem of China with over a thousand churches, but events of the past week have caused consternation among its Christian congregations.

Carrie Gracie reports.

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