BEIJING — Retired auto workers in two northern cities held sit-down demonstrations in the streets recently in objection to unpaid pensions, a rights monitoring group reports. In Changchun in China's northeast, some 200 retired workers reportedly stopped traffic at an intersection two days in a row. Police diverted traffic around the protesters. No officials tried to talk to the group, reports say. Retirees, who are normally cared for by their children, are struggling because their children ...

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