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China cracks terrorist ring in Xinjiang

06-24-2010 12:01 BJT

BEIJING, June 24 (Xinhua) -- China has recently broken up a terrorist ring headed by members of "East Turkistan" separatists, a spokesman with the Ministry of Public Security said Thursday.

China has recently broken up a terrorist ring headed by members of "East Turkistan" separatists, spokesman with the Ministry of Public Security said on June 24. Chinese police caught more than ten members of the terrorist group, including the ringleader, ministry spokesman Wu Heping told the press conference.(Photo: china.org.cn)
China has recently broken up a terrorist ring headed by members of "East Turkistan" 
separatists, spokesman with the Ministry of Public Security said on June 24. Chinese 
police caught more than ten members of the terrorist group, including the ringleader, 
ministry spokesman Wu Heping told the press conference.(Photo: china.org.cn)

Chinese police caught more than ten members of the terrorist group, including the ringleader, ministry spokesman Wu Heping told a press conference.

The terrorist group was involved in the violent attacks targetting border police in China's westernmost city of Kashi in Xinjiang and engineered explosions in Kuqa County of Xinjiang in 2008, Wu said.

Editor:Du Xiaodan |Source: Xinhua

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