A look back the China's pro-democracy protests of 1989, presented by Getty Images. (Warning: graphic images.)
Hundreds, if not thousands, of students demanding democracy were killed by the People's Liberation Army of China on June 4, 1989.
The negatives sat undeveloped for 25 years.
On June 4, 1989, soldiers in Beijing killed hundreds of protesters who were advocating for democracy and an end to government corruption.
Wednesday is the 25th anniversary of the June 4, 1989, crackdown on pro-democracy protests that resulted in the deaths of hundreds.
Five suspects have been arrested in connection with a car that crashed into Tiananmen Square, killing at least five people. The incident is now being considered a terrorist attack.
Disturbing footage emerged Friday of an apparently unarmed protester holding his hands in the air displaying peace signs being shot by Egyptian security forces in front of military tanks. WARNING: Graphic footage.
This week is the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown. Xu Qinxian told his friends, "I'd rather be beheaded than become history's criminal."
Dumb. Dumber. Dumberer. Dumbest. Dumbester.