Chinese Red Cross
is implicated in the following disputes on Skeptive:
How many people were killed in China's Tiananmen Square crackdown of June 1989?
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On the day of the crackdown, Chinese Red Cross sources told reporters that 2,600 people died and 10,000 were injured, although the organization later denied it.
Some of the early estimates were based on reports of a figure of 2,600 from the Chinese Red Cross.
2,600 had officially died by the morning of 4 June (later denied) – the Chinese Red Cross.
Some of the early estimates were based on reports of a figure of 2, 600 from the Chinese Red Cross.
Some of the early estimates of thousands of deaths, including the American estimate, were based on reports that the Chinese Red Cross had counted 2,600 deaths.
On June 4, the Chinese Red Cross allegedly issued an estimate of 2,600 dead.
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