Monday, December 30, 2013

Terror Attack Twarted In China's Xinjiang Province

Eight Killed in Attack on Chinese Police Station -- Voice of America

Police in China's restive far western region of Xinjiang say eight attackers were shot dead during in assault on a police station, raising the death toll from violent clashes in the province to at least 35 since November.

Authorities also said one of the nine attackers was captured in Monday's pre-dawn attack. There was no mention of any police casualties.

“At around 6:30 am, nine thugs carrying knives attacked a police station in Kashgar's Yarkand county, throwing explosive devices and setting police cars on fire,” the regional government said in a statement.

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More News On Today's Terror Attack Thwarted In China's Xinjiang Province

Chinese police kill eight in Xinjiang 'terrorist attack' -- Reuters
China police kill eight in Xinjiang clash -- BBC
8 people killed in violence in China's Xinjiang region -- CNN
Chinese police shoot eight 'terrorists' dead in ethnically tense western region -- The Independent
Police gun down 8 'terrorists' in Xinjiang -- Al Jazeera
8 dead in Xinjiang terror attack -- Global Times
Chinese police shoot 8 Muslim Uighur ‘terrorists’ in Xinjiang -- The National
China Kills Eight Muslims, Calls Them 'Terrorists'; What's the Truth? -- Johnlee Varghese, International Business Times

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