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China denounces deadly terror blasts in Egypt
Updated: 2004-10-10 00:05

China expressed its deep condolences toward the victims of deadly terror blasts in Egypt, and extended its most cordial regards to their family members and other close relatives, Foreign Ministry spokesman said at a regular press conference on Saturday.

An unidentifed injured woman is helped from an ambulance outside the Joseftal hospital in Eilat, southern Israel October 7, 2004 in this frame grab taken from video footage.  [Reuters]
Kong Quan said China was shocked by the tragedy and vehemently condemned this barbarous act targeted against civilians.

The Chinese government condemned terrorism of all forms and stood ready to work with the international community including Egypt to combat terrorism and safeguard world peace and stability, Kong noted.

On Thursday night, a deadly blast rocked Hilton Taba in Egypt's Sinai Peninsular, which was popular with Israeli tourists. Shortly after that, two other blasts were heard at holiday camps in Ras al- Sultan and Nuwaiba, not far away from Hilton Taba.

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