Burma begins three days of mourning over the death of three students during a protest on the outskirts of Sichuan

Burma begins three days of mourning over the death of three students during a protest on the outskirts of Sichuan.

Mourners gather on the main streets of Jinjiang province in southern China’s Sichuan province on Sept. 25 as they pay their respects on the spot at a Buddhist temple in Sichuan, where three young students disappeared a year ago, a day before.

Protests continue in Tiananmen Square on S우리카지노ept. 22 in central Beijing, where the funeral of Zhou Yongkang, former prime minister and founder of the People’s Republic of China, ends.

The head of China’s largest news media company an바카라d one of its few senior Communist Party officials has been placed on administrative leave over allegations of corruption, and the U.S. State Department has also accused him of using his position to extort millions of dollars from state corporations.

On Saturday, state media reported that Zhao Jiefu, a former top civil servant, had been removed from his post as chief executive of China’s top steel maker, the state-run China Daily newspaper reported.

The news reports did not cite his name바카라사이트 and the State Council declined to comment.

A spokesman for the government-controlled tabloid People’s Daily and the official People’s Daily website said they had not yet seen the reports.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.