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China investigates suffocations of 5 teenage girls

March 24, 2005

Japan Today

"Last Friday, a forensic medical team of the Public Security Bureau went to Shijiazhuang, capital of Hebei Province, to examine the bodies and see if the girls had died from charcoal fume inhalation in their textile factory dormitory room or because of a lack of medical care later, according to a Tuesday statement from the New York-based Human Rights in China."

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