The Guangdong journalists whose informal strike sparked the first of this week’s anti-censorship protest in China have reached a deal with authorities to return to work. But that has not stopped the protests. In Guangzhou province the protests continued – but have now been broken up by police. In this video from WSJ, plainclothes officers move in and haul away a disabled protester, who shouts that he is being kidnapped:
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