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E. China Internet Cafe Blasts Ascertained as Criminal Case
    2006-05-07 04:36:23      Xinhua

(A rescuer was to offer first aid to an injured man in an internet cafe in east China's Hefei city, where a blast occured Friday night. Photo:

Investigation has ascertained the fatal Internet cafe blasts that occurred Friday night in Hefei, capital city of east China's Anhui Province, as a criminal case, with the two killed identified, local police said Saturday.

According to a press conference held Saturday by the city's public security bureau, the explosions took place at 9:36 p.m. and 9:54 p.m. Friday inside Haoyu and Juxing Internet cafes on the Meiling Avenue in Hefei, killing two people and injured four others.

The bureau said the dead were two young men aged 25 and 23 respectively. The former was a local worker, and the latter was from Bengbu City, Anhui, and worked for Juxing Internet cafe.

The case is being further investigated.


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