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In Beijing, Parents Of Ex-Player Are Stabbed; One Dies

June 24, 2018
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BEIJING, Aug. 9 — A Chinese man stabbed two relatives of a U.S. Olympic coach Saturday, killing a man and severely wounding his wife, as well as injuring their Chinese guide, at a popular tourist site in downtown Beijing, according to government and U.S. Olympic officials.

(Washington Post — 17 hours ago)
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Police investigating the stabbing death of the father of a former U.S. Olympian said Sunday the suspect was distraught over family problems. Chinese authorities unsettled by the attack during the Beijing Olympics tightened security at tourist spots around the city. (MSNBC — 1 hour ago)
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Police tightened security Sunday as they investigated the fatal stabbing of the father of a former U.S. Olympian, an attack that stunned the athletic community and embarrassed Chinese authorities determined to hold the most successful Summer Games ever. (MSNBC — 1 hour ago)
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The Americans, considered a medal contender, needed all five sets to beat Venezuela, making its Olympic volleyball debut. (New York Times — 11 hours ago)
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After attacking two relatives of a coach for the U.S. mens volleyball team, the man killed himself, officials said. (New York Times — 9 August, 2008)
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The Buzz:� The Drum Tower was eerily quiet on Sunday afternoon. Residents were sitting on benches and curbs, fanning themselves to keep cool. Two kids were playing badminton in the small square, swatting the shuttlecock underneath the tower that was the scene of a horrific murder the day before. (MSNBC — 8 hours ago)
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SUZHOU, China, Aug. 5 — China announced late last month that it would permit protests during the Olympics in specially designated zones, as long as demonstrators first secured permits. The process has not proved that simple.

(Washington Post — 6 August, 2008)
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