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2011/12/2-2012/2/6 [Politics/Foreign/Asia/China] UID:54247 Activity:nil
12/2    "Students Uncover China Nuke Tunnels"
        http://www.csua.org/u/uv7 (news.yahoo.com)
        ~3000 miles of tunnel network.
        \_ WaPo article on same:
           http://csua.org/u/uwn
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