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Images from the funeral of Officer Liu, who was shot dead with his patrol partner as they sat in their car.
Coverage of the funeral of Officer Liu, who was shot dead with his patrol partner as they sat in their car.
Mr. Liu, who was convicted in 2009 of inciting subversion and sentenced to prison, was given medical parole recently to be treated for late-stage cancer.
The notes by the Nobel Peace Prize recipient, written before he died under police guard in China, are to accompany photographs by his wife, Liu Xia, who has been under house arrest.
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As China was opening up its centrally planned economy, Mr. Liu was party secretary of the Wuhan Grain Bureau, and he later helped establish Wuhan Business University.
Mr. Liu helped expand the country’s art beyond the traditionally dominant disciplines.
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