China sends team to Pakistan to investigate ‘terrorist’ bus attack

China has sent criminal investigation specialists to Pakistan to look into last week’s fatal bus blast that killed 13 people, including nine Chinese citizens. In an emergency phone call on Saturday, Chinese Public Security Minister Zhao Kezhi told Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad that the two countries should work together to identify the perpetrators of the “terrorist attack”. Zhao also demanded Pakistan conduct an assessment of the risks to all Chinese citizens, companies…

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