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Chinas newest nuclear missiles will be included in the arsenal of weapons and equipment shown off in the parade according to state-run media.

Owen Fletcher IDG News Service Sep 25 2009 5:30 amSecurity forces with black masks and machine guns on the streets of Chinas capital are just the more visible side of a security clampdown in the country this month: there is also its secretive battle to control the Internet.The heightened security comes ahead of a massive military parade Beijing will hold in the heart of the city next week to celebrate Chinas 60th anniversary of communist rule an event the government hopes will showcase the countrys development and go untarnished by security threats or shows of dissent.

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