CHINA STRESSES TERRORISTS ARE TO BLAME 中国 車炎上で国際テロを強調 （2013年11月2日のニュース）
CHINA STRESSES TERRORISTS ARE TO BLAME stress は emphasize と同じ 強調する be to blame 責任がある、そいつのせいだ
China's government is emphasizing its claim that a deadly car crash in Beijing's Tiananmen Square this week was the work of an international terrorist group. deadly car crash 死者が出た衝突 Beijing's Tiananmen Square 天安門広場
Three people who died in the car after it caught fire and five suspects arrested by the authorities are believed to be members of the Uyghur ethnic minority.
A chinese Communist Party security official blamed a separatist group, the East Turkistan Islamic Movement.
The group's members want independence for the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying also said on Friday that the organization is considered to be a terrorist group by the United Nations.
China has offered cooperation in countering the group's activities as it poses a threat to the security of China and other countries.
In a related development, NHK's international TV service in China was temporarily blocked on Friday during a news item about a Uyghur analyst who pointed to lack of sufficient evidence to determine whether the incident was a terrorist act.
The broadcast was not censore while the top Communist Party official was commenting.
Uyghur 新疆省（現在の新彊ウイグル自治区） A chinese Communist Party 中国共産党 East Turkistan Islamic Movement 東トルキスタンのイスラム運動 Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region