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|City in China bombing divided by ethnic tension|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
URUMQI, China — Yang Bin and Chen Li stand out in their neighborhood in the capital of China’s Muslim northwest. The couple from the country’s Han ethnic majority live surrounded by minority Uighurs, but have little to do with their neighbors.
“We don’t speak their language, so we don’t interact with them at all,” Yang, a laborer, said of the Turkish-speaking Muslims. His wife added: “They are basically foreigners, and they behave like foreigners.”
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