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China condemns terrorist attacks in London
Updated: 2005-07-08 09:12

China on Thursday said it was shocked at the terrorist explosions in London and strongly condemned the terrorist attacks.

A wave of explosions rocked at least three London subway trains and ripped apart a double decker bus during the morning rush hour in London, leaving 37 dead and more than 70 injured.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao said China opposes terrorism of any form. "Anyone who launches terrorist attacks and causes casualties of civilians should be resolutely condemned, regardless of his or her purpose."

The tragedy also shows that the global fight against terrorism "remains an arduous task and the international community still has a long way to go," the spokesman said.

"China will continue to enhance cooperation with the international community in this field," he added.

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