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  1. September 12, 1998, Saturday, Final Edition,  Part C; WORLD; Pg. C1,  636 words,  U.N. official asks about Tibetan cleric as China hints it may permit 2nd party,  Willis Witter; THE WASHINGTON TIMES,  TOKYO

  2. Central News Agency,  July 14, 1998, Tuesday,  419 words,  US CALLS FOR THE RELEASE OF MAINLAND DISSIDENTS,  By Jay Chen and Flor Wang,  Washington, June 12

  3. The New York Times,  July 12, 1998, Sunday, Late Edition - Final,  Section 1; Page 3; Column 1; Foreign Desk,  513 words,  China Detains 9 Dissidents Who Sought to Form a Party,  AP,  BEIJING, July 11

  4. Agence France Presse,  July 11, 1998,  International news,  390 words,  China arrests opposition party members in Zhejiang province,  (ADDS dissident reax, detail)

  5. Agence France Presse,  July 11, 1998,  International news,  431 words,  Eight more China dissidents behind bars, ninth on the run,  (UPDATES with names, details)

  6. The Associated Press,  July 11, 1998, Saturday, PM cycle,  International News,  529 words,  Chinese police detain nine dissidents,  By CHARLES HUTZLER, Associated Press Writer,  BEIJING

  7. The Washington Times,  July 10, 1998, Friday, Final Edition,  Part A; WORLD; Pg. A13,  404 words,  U.S. policy on China 'naive'; Tiananmen survivor calls for pressure to change approach,  Tom Carter; THE WASHINGTON TIMES

  8. The Washington Times,  July 3, 1998, Friday, Final Edition,  Part A; NATION; Pg. A3,  676 words,  Clinton vows economic help for Asia; Says nations must also help selves,  Warren P. Strobel; THE WASHINGTON TIMES,  HONG KONG

  9. The Associated Press,  July 2, 1998, Thursday, AM cycle,  Washington Dateline,  505 words,  U.S.-based Chinese dissidents say Clinton's trip is a failure,  By DONNA ABU-NASR, Associated Press Writer,  WASHINGTON

  10. The Associated Press,  June 24, 1998, Wednesday, PM cycle,  Washington Dateline,  951 words,  Despite Tiananmen, China's pro-democracy movement lives,  By LAURA MYERS, Associated Press Writer,  WASHINGTON

  11. Asian Political News,  June 8, 1998,  418 words,  Exiled Chinese dissidents form new coalition,  50189160 ND

  12. Central News Agency,  June 5, 1998, Friday,  593 words,  WASHINGTON COMMEMORATES JUNE 4TH WITH DECLARATION,  By Nelson Chung and Flor Wang,  Washington, June 4

  13. Japan Economic Newswire,  JUNE 5, 1998, FRIDAY,  400 words,  Exiled Chinese dissidents form new coalition,  WASHINGTON, June 4 Kyodo

  14. Copyright 1997 CHEMICAL BUSINESS NEWSBASE,  November 18, 1997,  Business,  59 words,  Eastman's copolyester used in plastic shields

  15. Chemical Market Reporter,  October 13, 1997,  Pg. 22; ISSN: 0090-0907,  111 words,  Eastman's Copolyester Used in Plastic Shields,  THIS IS THE FULL TEXT

  16. The New York Times,  July 7, 1997, Monday, Late Edition - Final,  Section B; Page 3; Column 2; Metropolitan Desk,  445 words,  A Parade Brings Pride and Protest,  By FRANK BRUNI

  17. Copyright 1997 SINGAPORE STRAITS TIMES,  July 2, 1997,  News,  400 words,  Parades, protests in US Pages 1, 4 to 11 & 36,  Lee Siew Hua, US Correspondent

  18. The Straits Times (Singapore),  July 2, 1997,  Pg. 11,  614 words,  Parades, protests in US,  Lee Siew Hua, US Correspondent

  19. The Associated Press,  June 28, 1997, Saturday, AM cycle,  International News,  413 words,  Celebrants, anti-communists face off in Washington With Hong Kong Roundup,  WASHINGTON

  20. Deutsche Presse-Agentur,  July 13, 1996, Saturday,  International News,  600 words,  China works to curb mining deaths,  Beijing

  21. Xinhua News Agency,  JULY 13, 1996, SATURDAY,  280 words,  inspection on unsafe mines,  beijing, july 13; ITEM NO: 0713056

  22. Reuters World Service,  May 22, 1996, Wednesday, BC cycle,  606 words,  China says U.S. attempting cultural infiltration,  By Jane Macartney,  BEIJING, May 22

  23. South China Morning Post,  October 29, 1992,  News; Pg. 1,  1414 words,  Meeting endorses new leadership for Army; Seal of approval for new militarlineup,  By WILLY WO-LAP LAM

  24. BBC Summary of World Broadcasts,  December 22, 1990, Saturday,  Part 3 The Far East; B. INTERNAL AFFAIRS; 2. CHINA; B. INTERNAL AFFAIRS; FE/0954/B2/ 1;,  303 words,  OTHER REPORTS; Non-communists appointed as special procurators,  Xinhua News Agency, Peking, in English 1434 gmt 19 Dec 900901 gmt

  25. Inter Press Service,  May 2, 1990, Wednesday,  808 words,  TIBET: BEIJING LIFTS MARTIAL LAW FOR ECONOMIC REASONS,  by Yojana Sharma,  HONG KONG, May 2

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