China has released such images before, notably during anti Chinese riots in Tibet in 2008, as it addresses a foreign audience and tries to win over critics of its human rights record to show the country faces a real public security problem. (Reporting by Ben Blanchard and Benjamin Kang Lim; Editing by Ron Popeski)
The images, shown on CCTV's English language channel as part of a programme on the threat China says it faces in Xinjiang, include surveillance camera footage of an attack at the north end of Beijing's Tiananmen Square last October.
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Later on, its shows what it says is a video made by the militants before the attack, wearing black bandanas, praying, burning a Chinese flag and spitting on an American flag. An elderly woman shouts "God is Great".
Other footage included people setting fire to a police station and a man being hacked at with a long knife.
Five people were killed and 40 hurt when a car ploughed into a crowd and burst into flames.
said the group spreads its message in China via the Internet, with much of its material, including manuals on making bombs, uploaded in Turkey.
CCTV said that one of the videos it showed was of ETIM members training in the Gobi Desert in China, and pointed to similarities between ETIM videos and those made by al Qaeda.
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China shows graphic footage of Xinjiang militant attacks
The footage was also provided to Reuters by China's State Council Information Office, the Cabinet's news arm.
BEIJING, June 24 (Reuters) Chinese state television on Tuesday showed dramatic footage of what the government calls terror attacks by Islamist militants from the far western region of Xinjiang, as it steps up its propaganda campaign Nike Air Max 95 Fire Pink to counter an upsurge in violence.
car speeds through the crowd, smashing into pedestrians, as a black flag with what looks like Arabic lettering flies out the left hand side. The back of the vehicle is then shown on fire.
chance," the narrator says.
Xinjiang is the home of Muslim Uighurs who speak a Turkic language.
"The group pledged to launch a holy war. Inspired by their misreading of Islam, they filmed themselves calling for Jihad," the CCTV narrator says. China sentenced three people to death last week for their role in planning the attack.
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