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UPDATED: 08:05, April 19, 2007
President Hu sends condolences over U.S. mass shooting
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President Hu Jintao yesterday extended his condolences to US President George W. Bush over Monday's mass shooting at a university in the state of Virginia.

In a message to Bush, Hu said he was shocked to learn about the tragedy.

"At this sorrowful moment, on behalf of the Chinese government and the people, I would like to express deep sympathy and sincere consolation to your excellency, the US government and people," Hu said in the message made public by the Foreign Ministry.

Hu also offered condolences to families of the victims and wished the injured a speedy recovery.

Source: Xinhua


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