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    Candlelight for Tiananmen
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    More than 100,000 people gathered by candlelight to mark the 29th anniversary of the bloody Tiananmen Square crackdown, say the organisers of the annual candlelight vigil.

    The vigil has been held annually since 1990, although in recent years attendance numbers have suffered as student groups have boycotted the protest, saying that the goal of a democratic China is unrealistic.

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