U.S. Embassy Beijing Explosion
July 26, 2018 | Brainwave Science
A 26-year-old attacker detonated a bomb at the US embassy in Beijing on Thursday, rattling a diplomatically sensitive zone in the Chinese capital.
The blast took place around 1 p.m. and was audible from blocks away. Chinese police said a man from China’s Inner Mongolia region with last name Jiang, who had been trying to call attention to a human rights issue, set off a device made from fireworks that injured his hand. The report claimed there were no other injuries on the scene near the visa applicants line up to enter the US embassy for interviews.
“Other than the bomber, no other people were injured and there was no damage to embassy property,” the embassy said in a security notice
Smoke clogged the street causing disarray among visa applicants just after the blast.
“We heard a loud explosion around 1:00 pm (local time) so we ran out on the street to have a glimpse, but shortly the police cordoned off the whole area,” said a witness.
Earlier in the day, a woman who had also been protesting was detained after soaking herself in gasoline, the agent said. Chinese police said It was not clear whether the two incidents were linked. The street in front of the embassy, Tianze Road, which is also near the embassies of India and Israel, was closed for about an hour after the blast. After the street reopened, a fresh line formed outside the US embassy compound.
China has a strong stable system that provides citizens to appeal the government over injustices. But many petitioners revealed that they never received justice and were discouraged and tormented by Chinese security officials. Some such incidents resulted after years of ineffective petitioning where victims turn toward violence as a last resort.
Regular incidents are recorded where disgruntled individuals lashing out at society over various grievances or perceived injustices, often harming themselves or others. An identical incident happened in 2013 where a man set off an explosive device at Beijing Capital International Airport, injuring only himself.
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