China warns citizens in Algeria for safety

Latest News: China has warned its citizens in Algeria about possible attacks from al Qaeda in retribution for a Chinese government crackdown in the Muslim region of Xinjiang, and security has been tightened around Beijing's missions in the Philippines, attracting the eyesight all over the world. President Hu has ordered all of the polite and secures focus their energy on protecting the located Chinese there.
The Chinese embassy in Algeria on its web site urged all Chinese and organisations to be more aware of safety precautions and to strengthen security measures.
The warning came after London risk consultancy Stirling Assynt said in a report to clients that al Qaeda might target Chinese workers in northwest Africa, citing "chatter" after the July 5 ethnic riots in Urumqi, capital of Xinjiang.
In the Philippines, which are battling a Muslim insurgency in the south, the government has ordered security to be tightened around the Chinese embassy and consulates.
Chinese workers have been kidnapped, and Chinese convoys attacked, over the past few years in many parts of the world with heavy Chinese investment, including Pakistan and Niger.
Good luck with the Chinese in Algeria.
To be continued!
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