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China’s Media Reports Uncover Inside Story of the Purging of Officials

Zhang Yue as security boss of Hebei province, China. (NTDTV)
Zhang Yue as security boss of Hebei province, China. (NTDTV)

Zhang Yue, security boss of Hebei province, has been arrested for “serious violation of Party discipline” and is currently being investigated, according to news from...




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