A pedestrian walks past a real estate advertisement featuring a cartoon figure resembling U.S. President Donald Trump in Shenyang in northeastern China's Liaoning province Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. (Chinatopix via AP)
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Chinese authorities have blocked a prolific feminist social media account for allegedly breaking the law with posts critical of U.S. President Donald Trump, its editors said Thursday.Earlier this month, staffers of the Feminist Voices account on China's Twitter-like Weibo translated into Chinese parts of an article by American academics calling for a March 8 "general women's strike", and posted them.The post was deleted days later, and the account has been suspended for 30 days, editor Xiong Jing told AFP.Individual posts from Feminist Voices have been censored in the past, Xiong said, but this was the first time since the account was established in 2010 that it had been fully blocked.
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