China suddenly blocks The Guardian website
For unknown reasons, the official website of British newspaper The Guardian was blocked in China. However, the newspaper has not published any material during the recent several days that the Communist Party of China could find "dangerous."
On January 6, the newspaper published a small article on riots in one of the districts in the country. Nevertheless, according to editors, the article could not serve a reason to block the website in the country.
Earlier, the Chinese Internet that has the largest audience in the world - more than 590 million users - blocked the websites of Bloomberg and The New York Times.
It is worthy of note that it was The Guardian and The Washington Post that Edward Snowden handed over most of his secret information.