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Rush-Hour Blasts Kill at Least Two In South China

August 26, 2018
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KUNMING, China, July 22 — Two explosions on separate buses during Monday morning’s rush hour killed at least two people and injured 14 others in downtown Kunming, the capital of southwest China’s Yunnan province, according to the local public security bureau.

(Washington Post — 2 August, 2008)
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KUNMING, China, July 22 — Some residents of the city of Kunming awoke Monday morning to find they had received a cryptic text message on their cellphones: “The general mobilization of ants,” began the warning. “Hope citizens receiving this message will not take bus lines 54, 64 and 84 tomorrow…

(Washington Post — 4 August, 2008)
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BEIJING, July 26 — A group calling itself the Turkestan Islamic Party has released a video asserting responsibility for deadly bus bombings last week in China’s western Yunnan province and other recent incidents, and threatening attacks during the Olympic Games.

(Washington Post — 2 August, 2008)
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KASHGAR, China, Aug. 5 — Fear and caution pervaded the warren of mud-brick homes and shops of this northwestern city’s ethnic Uighur neighborhood Tuesday, a day after an attack on a paramilitary police unit that killed 16 officers.

(Washington Post — 10 hours ago)
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Chinas state news agency reported that an attack killed 16 in western China as officials have thrown a tight blanket of security across Beijing ahead of the Olympics. (New York Times — 4 August, 2008)
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BEIJING, June 29 — Thousands of people thronged a police station in southwestern China to protest the alleged coverup of a teenage girl’s rape and murder, witnesses and officials reported Sunday. The crowd set fire to a government complex and several police vehicles.

(Washington Post — 1 August, 2008)
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BEIJING, June 29 — Chinese officials will hold a second round of meetings early next month with envoys of the Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, state media reported Sunday.

(Washington Post — 1 August, 2008)
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