Thursday, 17 November 2011


Chinese legislature adopted a legal definition of terrorism in a Decision on Certain Questions on Strengthening the Anti-Terrorism Work. According to the new legislation, terrorism is defined as "activities that use violence, sabotage and threats to cause social panic, intimidation or coercion of state organs and international organisations, resulting in the injury and death of a large number of people, huge financial loss, damage to public facilities and serious damage to society."


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