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Beijing Campus Bomber Arrested in Cyber Cafe

The farm worker who police say confessed to planting bombs on two elite university campuses in a bid for fame was arrested while surfing in an Internet cafe in south-eastern China, news reports said yesterday. Huang Minxiang, 27, was arrested in his hometown of Fuzhou in Fujian province early on Saturday and flown back to Beijing where the bombings occurred. The official China Youth Daily yesterday reported that Huang was picked up at Hunter’s Cyber Cafe in Fuzhou while trawling the Internet. Police confiscated the computer he was using, the report said. Beijing and Fuzhou police, reached by telephone yesterday, refused to comment. Huang told investigators he hoped to achieve fame by planting the two bombs that exploded 90 minutes apart on Feb 25 at the elite Beijing and Qinghua universities in Beijing, the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday. Nine people were injured. Full Story

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