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US urged not to adopt double standards on striking terrorism
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China on Tuesday again urged the United States to repatriate the suspected Chinese terrorists being held in Guantanamo Bay and asked the US side not to adopt double standards on striking terrorism.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang made the remarks in reply to a journalist's question on reports saying the US Appeals Court has barred the immediate release of 17 suspected Chinese Uygur terrorists being held at Guantanamo Bay.

Qin said China has repeatedly asked the US side to repatriate these suspected Chinese terrorists back to China for the justice of law.

"We hold that on the issue of striking terrorism, no double standards should be adopted. We should shoulder the international anti-terrorism obligations and make joint efforts to resolutely fight against terrorism," Qin said.

(Xinhua News Agency October 22, 2008)

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