May 3, 2012

A Dramatic Episode in the U.S.-China Drama

Perlez & Jacobs, New York Times

AP Photo

Injuries suffered in the course of a daring nighttime escape. A covert appeal from underground activists to top State Department officials for humanitarian protection. A car chase through the streets of Beijing to spirit a dissident to safety inside the fortified American Embassy.

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