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The Guardian Jun 3
: hero of Tiananmen protest remembered across globe
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Birgit Schwarz Jun 4
29 years after the citizens around the world are remembering the lone man, armed with nothing more than two shopping bags, who stepped in front of a row of tanks moving down the streets of Beijing in 1989.
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滕彪 Jun 3
Teng Biao: Did we stand on the side of the ‘Tank Man,’ or on the side of the tank?”
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Brian Dooley Jun 4
To mark , a piece from 2011 about policeman Ali Al Ghanmi
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Victims of Communism Jun 4
On the 29th anniversary of the —when the Chinese army used tanks and machine guns to massacre pro-democracy protesters in —the US calls on China to make a full accounting of the those killed.
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Sophie Richardson Jun 5
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Natasha Mitchell🎧🎙 Jun 4
"... and WeChat users were barred from sending mobile money amounts of 89.64 or 64.89 yuan". "....The fate of Tank Man remains a mystery". Incredible that no one knows. ": hero of protest remembered across globe"
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Natasha Fatah Jun 4
Replying to @NatashaFatah
29 years ago. One man in Tiananmen Square confronting of a row of military tanks. A David to China's Goliath.
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grace pettigrew Jun 4
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Sophie Richardson Jun 4
Imagine what this is going to be like next year, on the 30th anniversary: : hero of protest remembered across globe
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紐西蘭六四紀念 Jun 3
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Seth Daniels Jun 6
Doesn’t this just remind you how petty our problems can be and how much we take our for granted. : hero of Tiananmen protest remembered across globe
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Hong Kong Free Press Jun 7
In Pictures: Performers across the world pose as iconic 'tank man' to commemorate China's Tiananmen Massacre
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DW News Jun 5
29 years after the Tiananmen Square massacre, artist has launched a campaign honoring , the protester who stood alone in front of tanks after the military brutally crushed the student protest.
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DW News Jun 5
In June 1989, thousands of students protested in Square for democracy and freedom - and died. 29 years later, artist is marking the massacre with a campaign honoring , the protester who stood alone in front of tanks the following day.
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Nick Nyhan Jun 4
While one man frets about football players not coming to his party, let us not forget who 29 years ago stood with his shopping bags in the way of tanks to try to stop a military attacking its own people in Tiananmen
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Time traveler Jun 4
Never forget the power we all have to change the world.
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Sophie Richardson Jun 4
Last but not least: this is what a feminist (tank woman) looks like.
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21Wilberforce Jun 4
Today is the 29th anniversary of Square atrocity committed by China's Communist Party. To all those who continue to stand for the Chinese people's freedom from oppression, we salute you.
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Ed Sander | ChinaTalk Jun 4
'The ghosts of June 4th have not yet been laid to rest' - Liu Xiaobo
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