The Chinese government has reportedly blocked Google and some other Internet services ahead of an important day in Chinese history.

Tomorrow marks 25 years since government forces killed hundreds of pro-democracy protesters in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.


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Lea Gabrielle told Shepard Smith that a Chinese site is reporting that users have not been able to access Google regularly over the past week.

Google says it has checked extensively, and there are no technical problems on its side.

Some users can reportedly access Google through mobile devices.


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