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U.S. and India Could Be Behind Anti-Chinese Terrorist Attack in Pakistan: Chinese Expert

Dr. Liu Zongyi, the Secretary-General of the South Asia and China Center at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, photo via the Discourse Power newsletter

A prominent Chinese expert on South Asia said the United States and India may have been involved in the suicide bombing that killed three Chinese employees of the Confucius Center in Karachi, Pakistan. 

Liu Zongyi, the Secretary-General of the South Asia and China Center at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, a high-level research institute, made the comments in an interview with the state-owned publication Guancha (The Observer.) A partial translation was provided on the researcher Tuvia Gering’s newsletter Discourse Power:

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