A policeman points to a supporter of Southern Weekly newspaper in a wheelchair before taken him away during a protest near the headquarters of the newspaper in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013. Police attempted Thursday to prevent more of protests outside the compound housing the Southern Weekly and its parent company, the Nanfang Media Group, in Guangzhou, a city long at the forefront of reforms. About 30 police officers guarded the area and ordered reporters and any loiterers to move away, saying there had been complaints about obstructing traffic. (AP Photo/ Vincent Yu)
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