Another Ousted China Party Chief Challenges Case Against Him

BEIJING (Reuters) - The former Communist Party chief of Beijing who was at the heart of one of China's biggest political scandals before this year's upheaval over Bo Xilai has challenged charges that brought him prison and disgrace in a book likely to stir controversy.

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