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China’s blind dissident leaves U.S. Embassy in Beijing

He went there after a daring escape from house arrest, setting off a diplomatic crisis between the United States and China just ahead of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s scheduled visit to that nation. But now, Chen Guangcheng has left the U.S. Embassy in Beijing for a hospital facility for treatment and to be reunited [...]
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