China allows no public discussion of the events of June 3 and 4 1989, when soldiers backed by tanks and armoured personnel carriers fought their way into the heart of the city, killing hundreds of unarmed protesters and onlookers.
The government has never issued a complete, formal accounting of the crackdown or the number of casualties.
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