Chinese Police Clamp Down On Protesters After Worker's Death
By: David Greene and Louisa Lim
May 9, 2013
Hundreds of police were deployed in southern Beijing Wednesday to quell a large protest after a migrant worker fell to her death at a clothing mall. Police say it was suicide, but there are reports the woman was gang-raped by security guards. Her family is asking for a proper investigation.
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