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Pakistan bombing puts spotlight on security at China’s flagship belt and road project

A suicide bombing in southwest Pakistan may not have been aimed at China but it highlights security risks with Beijing’s flagship Belt and Road Initiative project in the region, observers said.

At least five people died and a dozen were wounded on Wednesday when a bomber attacked a hotel in Quetta where Chinese ambassador Nong Rong was staying.

Nong had been attending a meeting in another part of the city and was due to return to the hotel when the attack occurred, Pakistani officials said.
No Chinese casualties were reported.

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