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It seems the great Google blocking episode in China could be at an end.

The Register has received a couple of emails from readers in China saying they can now access the search engine after it disappeared from view almost two weeks ago.

A spokeswoman for Google told us: "We have also received a number of emails from people who said they are now able to access the site.

Google is still looking into the matter in a bid to seek confirmation and clarification. ®

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