This photo taken on February 27, 2017 shows a Chinese military policeman attending an anti-terrorist oath-taking rally in Hetian, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. / AFP / STR
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A care center director in southern China, where 21 people including a 15-year-old autistic boy died over winter, is now in police custody, local media reported Thursday, amid public outrage.The report did not mention the name of the center director, and said an investor, a legal representative and two care center staff have also been detained.The center was privately run, but financed by the local government, according to China Daily.Lei Wenfeng, the autistic teenager, had wandered away from home and got lost, then died in December after staying at the center for just over a month.
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