Former Chinese president Jiang Zemin dies aged 96

Former chinese president jiang zemin dies aged 96

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Former Chinese president Jiang Zemin dies aged 96: Former Chinese president Jiang Zemin has died aged 96, state TV reported. Jiang Zemin led his country out of isolation after the crushing of pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square in 1989 and supported economic reforms that led to a decade of explosive growth.

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