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German reporter in China says equipment sabotaged

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A German reporter investigating a case of five children killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in southwest China said Monday his computer and smart phone were sabotaged after his hotel room was broken into. 

A damaged room at a private orphanage after a fire swept through the home for orphans and abandoned children in Lankao, in central China's Henan province on January 4, 2013. A German reporter investigating a case of five children killed by carbon monoxide poisoning in southwest China said Monday his computer and smart phone were sabotaged after his hotel room was broken into.

Bernhard Zand, reporter for German weekly Der Spiegel, was investigating the accidental deaths in November of five street boys in Bijie, Guizhou province, in a case that had cast a negative light on the country's social safety net.

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