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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has left China, after a diplomatic roller coaster of a trip, revolving around the fate of activist Chen Guangcheng, who still remains in a Beijing hospital. NPR's Louisa Lim tells host Scott Simon that Friday night, China hinted it would let Chen apply for permission to study overseas.
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