China vowed Sunday to step up security for the Beijing Olympics, warning of an unprecedented threat to the Games amid reports that two “terrorists” were executed in the mainly Muslim far northwest. With up to 80 heads of state expected to attend the August 8 opening ceremony, China said it was faced with a “huge responsibility” to defend its own people, Olympic athletes and visiting dignitaries. Full Story
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