Live: President Xi Jinping pays tribute to fallen heroes on Martyrs’ Day

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    Chinese President Xi Jinping, other leaders of the Communist Party of China and the state, and representatives from all walks of life pay tribute to the country’s deceased national heroes at Tiananmen Square to commemorate China’s seventh Martyrs’ Day.

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