Man falls to his death at Beijing airport in apparent suicide

By James Griffiths, May 26, 2014

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A man in his 30s fell to his death at Terminal 3 of Beijing Capital International Airport, in an apparent suicide

According to witnesses, the man jumped from a top level balcony. Police said they were treating the case as a suicide. 

A man and a woman reportedly came down from the area where the man had jumped and approached the body, their relationship with the deceased is unclear. 

In April, an unidentified foreign man fell to his death as he waited for his flight at Beijing airport, this followed a similar case in December when a Shanghai expat jumped to his death from an airport road

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