CHINA-POLITICS-CORRUPTION-JUSTICE-BO : Nachrichtenfoto

CHINA-POLITICS-CORRUPTION-JUSTICE-BO

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TO GO WITH China-politics-corruption-justice-Bo,FOCUS by Neil Connor and Tom Hancock This photo taken on February 4, 2013 shows uniformed Chinese women walking through the downtown area of Chongqing after the recent announcement that the special female police squads set up by Bo Xilai would be disbanded. A year after Chongqing's police chief set off China's biggest scandal in decades, the megacity has seen revelations of torture, corruption and rights abuses, but little revolutionary change. On February 6, 2012 Wang Lijun fled to a US consulate seeking asylum after falling out with his patron Bo Xilai -- then a member of the ruling Communist Party's elite Politburo, now held at a secret location awaiting trial for crimes including abuse of power and bribery. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH China-politics-corruption-justice-Bo,FOCUS by Neil Connor and Tom Hancock This photo taken on February 4, 2013 shows uniformed Chinese women walking through the downtown area of Chongqing after the recent announcement that the special female police squads set up by Bo Xilai would be disbanded. A year after Chongqing's police chief set off China's biggest scandal in decades, the megacity has seen revelations of torture, corruption and rights abuses, but little revolutionary change. On February 6, 2012 Wang Lijun fled to a US consulate seeking asylum after falling out with his patron Bo Xilai -- then a member of the ruling Communist Party's elite Politburo, now held at a secret location awaiting trial for crimes including abuse of power and bribery. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
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ChinapoliticscorruptionjusticeBoFOCUS by Neil Connor and Tom Hancock... Nachrichtenfoto 160785601Am Telefon,Bo Xilai,Chinesisch,Chongqing,Erwachsene Person,Fotografie,Frauen,Gehen,Geographische Lage,Horizontal,Kind,Kommunikation,Lachen,Mädchen,Politik,Polizist,Set,Stadt,Stadtzentrum,Uniform,Vorbeigehen,Weiblich,Zeigen,Öffentliches BekanntmachenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTO GO WITH China-politics-corruption-justice-Bo,FOCUS by Neil Connor and Tom Hancock This photo taken on February 4, 2013 shows uniformed Chinese women walking through the downtown area of Chongqing after the recent announcement that the special female police squads set up by Bo Xilai would be disbanded. A year after Chongqing's police chief set off China's biggest scandal in decades, the megacity has seen revelations of torture, corruption and rights abuses, but little revolutionary change. On February 6, 2012 Wang Lijun fled to a US consulate seeking asylum after falling out with his patron Bo Xilai -- then a member of the ruling Communist Party's elite Politburo, now held at a secret location awaiting trial for crimes including abuse of power and bribery. AFP PHOTO/Mark RALSTON (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)