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UPDATED: 19:19, April 27, 2006
China condemns bomb attack in Sri Lanka
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The Chinese government has condemned the bomb attack that killed nine people in Sri Lanka.

"China condemns all forms of violence," Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said.

The Chinese government hoped Sri Lanka could realize national peace and stability soon, Qin said.

A suicide bomb attack aimed at Army Commander Sarath Fonseka killed nine people in the capital Colombo on Tuesday afternoon, including the woman bomber, and injured Fonseka and 26 others.

Sri Lankan police said the bomber was believed to be a member of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).

Qin said China had been watching developments in Sri Lanka and supporting its government's efforts to promote national stability, reconciliation of ethnic groups and economic growth.

Source: Xinhua


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