China to unveil new top leaders

China to unveil new top leaders

Beijing : China | Nov 14, 2012 at 3:49 AM PST
Source: CNN
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51 AM EST, Wed November 14, 2012 Thousands of members of China's Communist Party are meeting in the immense Great Hall of the People in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. Beijing (CNN) -- The small group of people who will set the agenda for China for the next decade is expected to be unveiled to the world on Thursday... FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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