Westerners warned of Beijing threat

An armed policeman (R) of a Snow Leopard Commando Unit stands ensure nearby a military outpost during a Sanlitun area, a select plcae for selling and dining, in Beijing, China, Dec 24, 2015Image copyright

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Security has been tightened in Beijing

The UK and US governments have released a warning about probable threats opposite Westerners in a Chinese collateral Beijing on or around Christmas Day.

British and US officials contend they have perceived information of probable threats in Sanlitun, that is a bustling bar and selling district.

The Australian and French governments have also urged their adults to sojourn vigilant.

Beijing military have released a yellow confidence warning in a city.

A yellow warning is a second lowest turn in China’s four-level confidence warning system.

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Armed military have been deployed outward selling centres

The warning means there will be increasing confidence checks in selling areas, and balderdash bins in open areas will be checked each 30 minutes, state news group Xinhua reports.

There was an increasing military participation in Sanlitun on Thursday, with armed military deployed outward selling malls.

There were no serve sum from French, Australian, US and UK officials.

Beijing military pronounced in a microblog post (in Chinese) that they had implemented a yellow warning in Beijing’s vast and middle sized selling areas to “maintain amicable order”.

The Sanlitun area, in Beijing’s Chaoyang district, contains many bars and restaurants renouned with foreigners.

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Sanlintun area includes many renouned bars and clubs

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