According to the Chinese government, five suicide bombers were behind the attacks in Urumqi in the region of Xinjiang on Thursday that killed 31 people and wounded 94, most of them elderly shoppers. So far in 2014, 180 people have been killed in attacks across China, and the government blames Islamists and separatists in the Xinjiang region. In what will sound familiar to many Western victims of terrorist attacks, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement: “Judging from the many terrorist attacks that have taken place and the relevant perpetrators, they have received support from terrorist groups outside China’s borders as well as religious extremist propaganda spread via the Internet.” However, no group has taken responsibility yet for Thursday’s attack.
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