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China blocks YouTube

The Chinese government blocked access to YouTube on Sunday after videos of the protests in Tibet were posted on the video sharing site. The whole website was blocked, not just specific videos as happened recently in Pakistan.

The site today, from London, has almost as many videos opposing the Tibetan demonstrators as it does opposing the Chinese government. One titled "Tibet WAS, IS and ALWAYS WILL BE a part of CHINA" is among the most viewed today.

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