In this image made from video, blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng is seen on a video posted to YouTube by overseas Chinese news site Boxun.com. 

(AP Photo/Boxun.com)
In this image made from video, blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng is seen on a video posted to YouTube by overseas Chinese news site Boxun.com. (AP Photo/Boxun.com) Boxun.com
In this image made from video, blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng is seen on a video posted to YouTube by overseas Chinese news site Boxun.com. (AP Photo/Boxun.com) Boxun.com

Blind lawyer Chen Guangcheng can apply for visa to study abroad as U.S., China reach deal

May 04, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 25, 2013 12:11 PM

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