China blocks all internet reports

Nervous leaders in China have blocked all internet reports of an alleged attempted coup. 

Online reports of tanks on the streets of the capital Beijing and shots fired within the secure leaders’ compound – which is located next door the top tourist attraction, the Forbidden City – are being closely monitored by the international intelligence communities, including the U.S. and UK.

Popular Chinese microblogging sites Sina Weibo, QQ Weibo and the bulletin board of the search engine Baidu, all reported ‘abnormalities’ in Beijing on the night of March 19.

by Robbo Green



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