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Fearful of an Attack, Namibian Police Increase Protection of Chinese Nationals and Businesses

Chinese and Namibian authorities are sufficiently concerned about the possibility of a “terrorist attack” that regional Namibian police have been ordered to tighten security for Chinese nationals and businesses operating in the country.

Namibia’s police Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga said the move was in response to a warning by China’s Defense Attaché in Windhoek, Colonel Gao Peng, who warned of a “potential terrorist attack on Chinese nationals in the country,” according to a report in the Namibian newspaper.

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