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China Issues Wanted List of Muslim Separatists

China released a wanted list of Muslim separatist groups and individuals Monday, accusing them of acts of terror and appealing to foreign governments to ban the groups and track down and hand over their members. One day after the United States announced the capture of toppled Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, China’s Ministry of Public Security named four groups campaigning for self-rule in the tense northwest and 11 ethnic Uighur suspects — all of whom are at large. “They have planned, organized and carried out a series of violent terrorist activities such as bombings, assassinations, arsons, poisonings and attacks,” Zhao Yongchen, deputy chief of the ministry’s anti-terror bureau, said in a statement. Full Story

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