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Passenger number augment obviously at railway stations all over the country

(Xinhua)

10:10, October 06, 2011

Passengers wait to enter the subway near the Beijing Railway Station in Beijing, capital of China, Oct. 5, 2011. The number of passengers augmented obviously at the railway stations all over the country on Wednesday as many tourists returned home on the fifth day of the seven-day National Day holidays starting from Oct. 1. (Xinhua/Chen Xiaogen)
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WJLung at 2011-10-07114.76.49.*
Great site, great reporting. Keep on going.
ood at 2011-10-06120.166.81.*
There was never a country that can equal in terms of the load of transportation like in china.
Zhou Ji at 2011-10-0693.182.132.*
I don"t understand the caption. "Augment"? What "augment"? What kind of English is this? The caption is meaningless!
  

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