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Taiwan Parliament Occupied By Students Protesting Trade Deal With China-Thousands Back It
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Hundreds of Taiwanese students broke into the parliament to protest the secrecy and undemocratic vote on a trade deal with China called the Cross-Straight Trade Agreement. Thousands surrounded the parliament and the police on March 24, 2014 attacked the occupation injuring 150 students. Journalists and workers talk about the agreement and what it means to the people of Taiwan.

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