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Chinese-American Leaders Condemn Riots, Urge China to Get Tougher

World Journal, Posted: Jul 09, 2009

NEW YORK More than 30 Chinese American leaders gathered in New Yorks
Chinatown July 7 to condemn the violence in Xin Jiang, riots have led to the deaths of more than 150 people, the World Journal reports.

Emphasizing that overseas Chinese would not condone separatists, the leaders from various community organizations urged the Chinese government to be stricter in combating what they said were terrorist groups inciting conflicts and riots for the purpose of slowing down Chinas rapid development. The leaders also sent their condolences to the people who died in the riots and their families.



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