China struggles to censor high-speed rail crash coverageBBC
Jul. 29, 2011
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China's government has been the target of a barrage of public invective since a high-speed rail crash at the weekend claimed at least 39 lives and injured 200 people.
Relatives of the victims and internet users have been angered by the government's apparent unwillingness to answer questions about the fatal collision.