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China just blocked The Washington Post and The Guardian from the country's internet

6 days ago   |   By Business Insider

The Washington Post and The Guardian are now blocked on China's internet .
Other blocked outlets include Bloomberg, The New York Times, Reuters, and The Wall Street Journal.
China has ramped up censorship in the weeks surrounding the Tiananmen Massacre that occurred on June 4, 1989.
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China just blocked articles from The Washington Post and the Guardian from appearing on the country's internet.
The two newspapers were among the last major English news site still accessible to mainland Chinese residents, according to a report in The Post...
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