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美彭博社记者王府井遭便衣袭击(图)

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美彭博社记者王府井遭便衣袭击(图)

2011-02-27 13:22   读者评论 16 条

2011年2月27日(周日),北京。一名外媒记者在王府井商业街被一群身份不明的男子推倒在地。(图片:路透社)

【看中国记者欧阳光编译报道】据美国彭博社(Bloomberg)2月27日(周日)报道,彭博社一名记者周日下午在北京王府井商业街报道时遭一群便衣男子袭击。

当地时间下午2:45在王府井商业街,至少五名便衣男子,看上去似是安全人员,对该名记者拳打脚踢。他们还拿走了该名记者的摄像机,并把他扣押在路边的一个商店内。

之后身着制服的警察赶到,将这名记者带到附近一个警署,他在那里填写了一份遇袭报告,之后到当地一家医院处理伤势。当该名记者还在警署时,警察归还了他的摄像机,并称是被路人发现的。

北京和上海周日派出数百警力出现在网络呼吁的示威集会地点。在北京,由于现场出现大批警察,似乎没有示威者现身。在上海人民广场附近,至少有七人与警察发生冲突。

在海外的博讯网站出现了一封网络公开信,呼吁人们在中国至少27个城市的指定地点举行“茉莉花”集会。该信说:出来吧,每周日下午大约两点“散散步”,看一看。

在北京金鱼(Jinyu音译)胡同与王府井街的交界处,警察在检查那些看上去象是外国人的护照。外媒记者被要求出示记者证和身份证,并被登记在案,警察还提醒他们相关的采访规定。

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Bloomberg Journalist Assaulted as China Heightens Security

By Bloomberg News – Feb 27, 2011 11:07 AM ET Sun Feb 27 16:07:50 GMT 2011

A Bloomberg News journalist was assaulted yesterday in Beijing while covering the deployment of police in response to online calls for protests in the Chinese capital.

At least five men in plain clothes, who appeared to be security personnel, punched and kicked the reporter at Beijing’s Wangfujing shopping street at 2:45 p.m. local time yesterday. They also took the video camera he was carrying and detained him in a roadside store.

Uniformed police arrived after the attack and escorted the journalist to a nearby station where he filed a report of the attack before seeking treatment for his injuries at a local hospital. Police returned the video camera while the reporter was at the station, saying a passerby had found it.

Hundreds of police deployed in Beijing and Shanghai yesterday at the site of planned demonstrations called to protest corruption and misrule. In Beijing, few protesters were apparent amid the police presence. In Shanghai, at least seven people were bundled into police vans near Shanghai’s People’s Square

An open letter on the U.S.-based website Boxun.com called for people to gather in at least 27 sites around the country from Tibet to Manchuria for “jasmine” rallies, named after the uprising last month in Tunisia. “Come out and take a stroll at two o’clock on Sundays to look around,” the letter said.

In Beijing, on the corner of Jinyu Hutong and Wangfujing Street, police officers asked for passports of people who appeared foreign. Journalists were asked to show their press cards and their information was taken down in a notebook and they were reminded about the rules on interviews.

 
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