Chinese leaders vow severe punishment for terrorists
Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to severely punish terrorists and spare no efforts in maintaining stability in response to Thursday morning's fatal explosions in Urumqi.
23 terror, religious extremism groups busted in Xinjiang
Police in northwest China's Xinjiang have busted 23 terror and religious extremism groups and caught over 200 suspects in May.
Xinjiang calls for terror suspects to surrender
Legal, procuratorate and public security authorities in northwest China's Xinjiang issued a joint statement on Saturday, calling for law-breakers who are involved in terrorist activities to surrender to get lenient punishments.
China vows to combat terrorist attacks
Beijing police stepped up security controls on Friday morning after Thursday's terrorist attack in Xinjiang.
Beijing city tightens subway security check
Subway passengers in Beijing will have to face security check at three more stations starting Saturday as a new measure was launched to beef up subway security.
China briefs foreign security attaches on Xinjiang attack
China's Ministry of Public Security (MPS) on Friday briefed 33 foreign security attaches from 29 countries on the attack in Xinjiang that left 31 dead and more than 90 injured.
Xinjiang starts campaign against terror
A one-year campaign against terrorist violence in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region got underway on Friday, local authorities said.
Urumqi customs tighten checks on weapons smuggling
Urumqi has tightened security checks at entry ports to curb weapons smuggling, the city's customs authorities told Xinhua on Friday.
China's Minister of Public Security calls for severe punishment of Urumqi terrorist attack
China's minister of Public Security Guo Shengkun has called for severe punishment of the terrorists involved in the attack which killed over 31 people at a Urumqi market.
 
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