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US withdraws terror threat warning in China

The United States has withdrawn a warning about possible terror threats in China just one week after issuing the alert, following discussions with the Chinese government, the embassy said on Friday. “After further investigation and coordination with the Chinese authorities, the United States Government has determined that the information provided on June 9, 2006 no longer warrants a heightened level of concern,” it said in an emailed statement. “Our warden notice of June 9, 2006 is therefore retracted,” it added, giving no further details. The U.S. had warned of a possible threat to its interests in China, especially in the three major cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, as well as clubs, restaurants and other places that are popular with U.S. citizens. Full Story

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