Migrants workers in Beijing are being evicted from their premises




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  • 2017-12-11 09:04:53Z
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Migrants workers in Beijing are being evicted from their premises since Nov. 11. The move came after a deadly fire in Beijing's outskirts that left 19 dead.

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