BEIJING — Despite protests from European countries and the victims' relatives, the Chinese government executed four men convicted in the stabbing death of a DaimlerChrysler AG executive and his family in Nanjing last April (see FOCUS ON CHINA — Aug.'00, p.1). The executions were carried out after the Jiangsu Province Higher People's Court dismissed appeals by the convicted men, apparently unmoved by pleas for clemency from both the victims' family members and European Union countries that ...
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