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China Explosions

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January 14, 2014 Explosion in Guizhou Kills 14 The DiplomatA deadly explosion in Guizhou’s Kaili city is being  investigated as a criminal case. By Shannon Tiezzi  explosion in Guizhou province has killed 14 and injured seven. The explosion took place in Laoshan village in Kaili city in southeastern Guizhou. Xinhua noted that the explosion occurred at around 2:30 pm...  Global Times reported that the explosion was “a man-made criminal case,” hinting that the explosion was purposeful... growing number of cities that have suffered from a violent bombing.  The exact location of the explosion in Kaili in unverified, although the Global Times reported that it was rumored to have taken place in a gambling den. Once the site of the explosion is made public, it could imply a motive for the alleged attack.


Bombings in China near Communist Party office in Taiyuan ...
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Nov 5, 2013 - BEIJING - In one of the most sophisticated bombing attacks in China in recent years, seven improvised explosive devices detonated almost ...
2013 Taiyuan attack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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WikipediaA series of suspected bombs exploded outside the office of the Communist Party of China in Taiyuan, Shanxi, on November 6, 2013. The blast killed at least 1 ...
 bombings in Taiyuan, the capital of Shanxi province  The Taiyuan bombing, which killed one and injured eight, was described as the work of a previously convicted thief, Feng Zhijun, who wanted to “get revenged on society

Beijing’s international airport. lone wolf  The Beijing airport bomb was set off by a long-time petitioner, Ji Zhongxing, who was trying to draw attention to his grievance. The explosion resulted in slight injuries to Ji and one policeman.


2013 Beijing Capital International Airport bombing - Wikipedia
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2013 Beijing Capital International Airport bombing occurred at 6:24 pm on Saturday, July 20, 2013, near the Exit B at the second floor of Terminal 3 in Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, China. The blast only injured the bomber Ji Zhongxing (Chinese: 冀中星) himself.[3] No flights were affected, according to airport officials.[1]The bomb exploded near the Exit B at the second floor of Terminal 3 in Beijing Capital Airport. Ji was distributing flyers and was then stopped from doing so by the police; after, he detonated the device. Witness exclaimed to have seen a man in wheelchair warning them to step back before the explosion.[2] The man then took the bomb out of a bag with him and set it off, although the police were trying to stop him.[5]

The explosion only injured the bomber himself, who was taken to a hospital soon after, but shocked travelers and sent authorities scrambling.[2] The exit was then closed temporarily. Less than two hours after the explosion, airport officials said operations are back to normal and no flights were affected.[1]At the hospital, doctors amputated his left hand and has since been formally charged.

Investigation[edit]
The bomber was later identified as Ji Zhongxing (Chinese: 冀中星) by the police, was born in 1979 and from the city of Heze in Shandong province.[2] Police said Zhongxing is a petitioner, a citizen with a grievance against government officials or police.[1] He exclaimed that he was beaten by the security officers in Dongguan, Guangdong in 2005, breaking his back and paralyzing him from waist down. He began his petition after losing the lawsuits against local government while confined to his home with his father.[2] Officials in Dongguan claimed that he was compensated with 100,000 RMB but has been contradicted by Ji's personal blog. The Department of Public Security of Guangdong has already required the government of Dongguan to investigate the concerning case.[6]
Images for Ji Zhongxing airport bombingReport images



Ji Zhongxing: From petitioner to bomber - BBC News
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British Broadcasting CorporationOct 16, 2013 - China's blogs have been full of sympathy for Ji Zhongxing, who has been jailed for detonating a bomb at Beijing International Airport.

Beiing airport bomber Ji Zhongxing blew himself up | Daily ...
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Daily MailJul 22, 2013 - A man in a wheelchair who blew himself up at Beijing Airport claims he ... Beijing bomber Ji Zhongxing claims to have left heavily in debt and ...

Wheelchair-bound Beijing airport bomber Ji Zhongxing ...
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South China Morning PostOct 15, 2013 - A Beijing court has sentenced Ji Zhongxing, the frustrated petitioner who set off a home-made bomb at the Beijing International Airport in July, ...



November 1, 2011:  China schools closed after Guizhou truck explosion...
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6,000 Chinese schoolchildren have been sent home amid fears for the safety of buildings near the site of an explosion on Tuesday, state media says.
Two trucks packed with explosives blew up while they were in a repair garage, killing eight people and leaving more than 200 wounded. Nov 01, 2011 · China schools closed after Guizhou truck explosion. 2 November 2011. From the section Asia; Image caption The explosion in Fuquan flattened several buildings

BBC News - China schools closed after Guizhou truck explosion
www.bbc.co.uk/news/15550272Nov 2, 2011 – Chinese authorities send 6000 schoolchildren home a day after twotrucks exploded, damaging buildings and killing eight people, state media ...

Dynamite trucks cause fatal explosion in China | World news | The ...
www.guardian.co.uk/world/.../dynamite-trucks-fatal-explosion-chinaNov 1, 2011 – Chinese firefighters at the scene of an explosion caused by trucks ...following the blast near a highway in Fuquan, Guizhou province, the ...

72 tons of delivering dynamite explode in Guizhou, 8 killed 300 ...
www.chinahush.com/.../72-tons-of-delivering-dynamite-explode-in-...Nov 2, 2011 – (From ifeng) About 11:30 on Nov 1st, two trucks carrying 72 tons of dynamite suddenly exploded when ... Chinahush - Sotries of China ... Tags: car accident, casualty, dynamite, explosion, Guizhou, taliban, terrorism, toll gate ...

Truck explosion in Guizhou kills 8, injures 300 | Hao Hao Report
www.haohaoreport.com/ChinaPics/Truck-explosion-in-Guizhou-kills...The explosion occurred at 11:30 am when the trucks carrying 70 tons of explosives were being ... Truck explosion in Guizhou kills 8, injures 300 – China Pics ...

Classes suspended at six schools after truck blast - China News ...
english.sina.com › ChinaMainlandNov 3, 2011 – FUQUAN, Guizhou - Eight people have been confirmed dead and 218 are being treated in hospital following the explosion of two trucks ...

Two Trucks Loaded with Dynamite Explode in Guizhou Province ...
www.echinacities.com › Around ChinaChina In PulseNov 2, 2011 – At least four people were killed and 200 injured on November 1st when twotrucks carrying explosives blew up near a gas station in China's ...

CHINA GUIZHOU TRUCK DYNAMITE EXPLOSION - AP :: Images

www.apimages.com/Search.aspx?...Nov 1, 2011 – CHINA GUIZHOU TRUCK DYNAMITE EXPLOSION: Details for event "CHINA GUIZHOU TRUCK DYNAMITE EXPLOSION".

China schools closed after Guizhou truck explosion – BBC News

www.qwtnews.com/?p=402281Nov 2, 2011 – The GuardianChina schools closed after Guizhou truck explosionBBC NewsAbout 6000 Chinese schoolchildren have been sent home amid fears for ...


Eight Dead After Dynamite Explosion in China -- NTDTV.com




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The death toll from a truck explosion in China's Guizhou Provi

Kashgar: coordinated terrorist attacks,

2011 Kashgar attacks - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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WikipediaThe 2011 Kashgar attacks were a series of knife and bomb attacks in Kashgar, Xinjiang, China on July 30 and 31, 2011. On July 30, two Uyghur men hijacked a ...

2008 Kashgar attack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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WikipediaKashgar is located in the northeast part of Kashgar Prefecture. ... According to Chinese government sources, it was a terrorist attack perpetrated by two men with ...